Comment from: Mr. Leigh [Visitor]
Mr. Leigh

Thanks for the review. These are definitely not for me. The price point is nice, but the narrow toe box is a deal breaker. I am also not a fan of the aesthetics of these.

03/19/12 @ 11:00
Comment from: Benglian [Visitor]
Benglian

Can anyone say Jingas? Oh!...but without the colour options....

03/19/12 @ 13:10
Comment from: PB Junkie [Visitor]
PB Junkie

These remind me of the Asics Onitsuka Tigers, only with mesh uppers instead of leather.

03/19/12 @ 17:26
Comment from: Minimalist_Evan [Visitor]  
Minimalist_Evan

Yeah, the narrow toe box killed me too, cramped the hell outta my pinky toe.

03/19/12 @ 20:53
Comment from: SLL [Visitor]
SLL

Martial arts shoes are a good way to go for low budget options. most of them are naturally zero-drop simply due to the nature of the art.
the brand fei yue is a good example--the sole is somewhat "rounded", which makes balancing interesting, but it is zero-drop as far as i can tell.
wrestling shoes are great, too, except that i think the sole wouldn't last long outside the gym. never tried, though. any thoughts?

03/19/12 @ 23:45
Comment from: dirk verelst [Visitor]
dirk verelst

a similar pair of shoes were my first 'barefoot shoes' ever, back in 2002, long before there was anything avaiable. I loved them, and wore them out completely, but nowadays I might object to the narrwo toebox... good memories...

03/20/12 @ 10:32
Comment from: Claude Diamond [Visitor]
Claude Diamond

yea, I need EE most of the time and usually only the New Balance gives you that choice. So tempting, these shoes look great and the price point is excellent.

03/20/12 @ 20:22
Comment from: Solya [Visitor]
Solya

What is the sole made of? Is it some kind of rubber or is it a plastic like TPU?

03/20/12 @ 22:34
Comment from: John- Aguias Sports [Visitor]
John- Aguias Sports

The sole is made of rubber that is similar to a gym shoe, but allows for maximum flexibility. I do want to thank all of you guys for the comments on the shoes, and do not hesitate to contact us directly at customerservice@aguias-sports.com. In regards to the martial arts look, see http://www.aguias-sports.com/Origins.html

03/22/12 @ 18:26
Comment from: white swan [Visitor]
white swan

The shoes are very comfortable and I have what you say normal feet. I do not have narrow or wide feet. I always buy size 12 shoes and these shoes fit me perfect. Great side protection with the leather. Bravo!

03/27/12 @ 10:08
Comment from: OHST [Visitor]
OHST

I am a runner and am always looking for lightweight shoes to train in that are not spikes. I have used these shoes during training and they work AMAZING! They are lightweight enough and give me the support on the outside to run around curves. I have always worn Adidas shoes because i do have wide feet, but the toebox feels fine to me.

06/03/12 @ 15:57