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- Polyester and Spandex
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 2.68" from arch
- Our latest version of the spyridon mr/elite running shoes. Upper Material- Polyester + Spandex
- Vibram 3d cocoon technology molded into the sole provides rock-stopping protection, now extended further into the ball area.
- Multi-directional lug design outsole for grip in all directions
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Vibram’s five-fingers v-trao; running shoes provide the perfect balance of proprioception (foot sensory impact) and protection on rugged surfaces. Our two-color 5mm vibram rubber sole provides impact protection from stones and debris, whilst allowing a more natural running style. The aggressive tread design and vibram 3d cocoon technology moulded into the sole delivers sure-footed grip and protection in all directions. All in all, the v-trail is the ideal choice for the barefoot runner who is looking to take their style to the tough terrain.NOTE:Wide foot may need to size up
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B079L4ZD3Q
- Item model number: V-Trail
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 27, 2016
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Only thing I didn't like about them is that they give off their dye - my feet are blue after use, and take a lot of scrubbing to get clean. :/
Some general background to give perspective on where I'm coming from when I review these ... I'm pretty new to Vibrams, so I've never worn any of their older models/styles. I'm also new to this kind of minimalist footwear, but I have been wearing wide, flat shoes for quite some time now ... usually Reebok Crossfits. Finally, I had been using 'toe spreaders' for a few weeks before I got my first pair of Vibrams. If you are switching from a super padded, super supportive shoe straight to ANY minimalist shoe, particularly Vibrams, your life is going to suck for a while, IMHO.
Awesome! Bought these for the gym ... great shoe for lifting and movement based workouts! Wanted the laces to be better able to modify the fit ... other than that, they're like a slipper with toes! Form fitting, grippy, comfy! I did have to order a size up ... many other reviews reflect this as well. The toes are a bit shorter compared to the V Train/V Trail. These are super basic and seem to keep to the original barefoot idea that started the company ... or so it has been explained to me.
The most like an actual shoe. Has much more structure than the other two. Heavier and more rigid with the least ground feel of the three. What you'll think of these depends on your starting point ... if you go from regular sneakers to these, they're super light and minimal! If you go from the KSO EVO or something similar to these, they feel overbuilt and heavy. I got them for an 'everyday' shoe ... I wear them to work in a warehouse as well. These have a break in period ... especially the top of the foot where the straps cross. Pretty uncomfortable at first! Now I don't even notice I'm wearing them. Really like this shoe for general use, but I would stick with the KSO EVO for the gym, unless you really need something heavier or need the rope grip feature on the instep.
I read a bunch of reviews that said these were uncomfortable, overbuilt and gave no ground feel. I feel EVERY rock, root and piece of debris. Definitely more ground feel than the V Train. Light and flexible, very slipper like. Not so sure about the 3D Cocoon technology. Doesn't feel much different to me except right on the ball of the foot. I use these for working out in the park and hiking. Not sure I would ever actually run with theses, at lease not with any speed. Nicely padded tongue, a little more cushion overall, and very comfortable right out of the box.
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They are light even covered in mud plus they kept the dirt and rocks out.Read more