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Re: Vibram "FiveFingers" shoes

There seem to be myriad Keen sandals, which ones do you have?
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Re: Vibram "FiveFingers" shoes

I have the Keen McKenzie and love them .. they are my everyday shoe easily tack thin socks thick socks or no socks and mesh sides so get rid of water when it gets in ..

I also have both the Bikila running shoe(i dont run good sale) and the KSO's in Vibram five fingers .. I have been wearing the KSO's for about 5 years now .. and love them too.

the sole on the 'water' versions of the Vibrams is a softer rubber so grabs great on deck but I worry about marking the decks so I havent picked any up.

I can walk all day in my keens the vibrams get a little sore after 2+ miles I use both for Disk golf. ususally the keens more in winter the Vibrams more in summer
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Re: Vibram "FiveFingers" shoes

I have Keens Newport H2 sandals. Great shoe for jumping in and out of the warm waters here in Florida.
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Re: Vibram "FiveFingers" shoes

Anyone tried invisible shoes?

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