Comment from: Alexander Millar [Visitor]  
Alexander Millar

Great stuff Courtney! I get the same reactions all the time. I bet your friend will be ordering his first pair before he even gets halfway through Born to Run.

01/20/10 @ 16:46
Comment from: Patrick [Visitor]
Patrick

Great photos! Best part of this, for me, was her mentioning "Born to Run." I just added it to my Amazon wish list. I hadn't heard of the book till now but I'm gonna have to get it soon. (Along with the Bikilas - can't wait for those.)

01/20/10 @ 16:47
Comment from: John [Visitor]
John

That's awesome! I wish I had discovered FiveFingers when I was running cross country! Probably would have enjoyed it even more than I already did! Either way, Way to go Courtney! Keep on runnin' girl!!!

01/21/10 @ 10:24
Comment from: Barefoot Barefeet [Visitor]
Barefoot Barefeet

Way to go Courtney! I love to see that high school runners are competing in competition in these shoes. I have found through searching that there are other girls,besides yourself,that have competed in high school events in FiveFingers shoes,as well as some guys this season.Here's a short list:
Sarah Glass(Albuquerque HS,NV)
Chloe Emerson(Mt.Ararat HS,ME)
Emily Simons(Onalaska HS,WA)
Julianne Bandy,Mackenzie Sayre,and
Warren Smith(all from West
Jessamine HS,KY)
Patrick Ousamaner(WY)
Dallas Beal(GA)
Jacob Wilkinson(Anzar HS,CA)
There may be more to come next season,but this does go to show you what a new trend can do. Ilike to go casual running in my FiveFingers shoes myself and I love them!Keep it going Courtney!You rock!

01/30/10 @ 02:43
Comment from: Barefoot Barefeet [Visitor]
Barefoot Barefeet

We have a young man here in Wisconsin who is now competing in races 5k and beyond and winning his age division while running in his VFF KSO's at the age of 14 (8th grade). His name is Logan Polfuss and he is the fastest 8th grader in his city.He trains by running 120 miles a week,all in his FiveFingers KSO's' and he is expected to be on his high school cross country team this fall as a freshman(Yes, in his VFF's!). He is someone to watch the next few years.

03/25/10 @ 01:28
Comment from: John L. [Visitor]  
John L.

XC in VFF looks awsome. The last two years I have been unable to finish the XC season due to injury. Unfortunatly, I'm not doing XC this year but I want to use them for track. Just ordered my first pair last week. Cant wait to try them out.

05/25/10 @ 23:08
Comment from: Brooke [Visitor]
Brooke

My 13 year old boys started running in KSO's a few months ago and will wear them when competing in Cross Country this fall in Central New York. They are fast with sub 6 min. mile times. I bought myself a pair as I run trails too and it's made running a far more sensual experience. It's nice to feel the ground under your feet! My turnover and stride have improved drastically!

07/24/10 @ 18:41
Comment from: ernie resillez [Visitor]
ernie resillez

Rock on Cortney
I am 52 and really dont care if people think im odd. I pay no attention
I just do!

09/17/10 @ 15:53