Comment from: EdH [Visitor]
EdH

Thanks for this comparison. My KSO Treks' tread is getting thin and I need to replace them. I thought the KSO Trek would be the obvious choice, but I think the Spyridon is the way to go.

01/31/12 @ 12:18
Comment from: Red Foot Rob [Visitor]
Red Foot Rob

On the Spyridon tread: How flexibe is it? Can you flex the toes downward at all or is it pretty rigid? I try out different types of VFF's, but always go back to my red KSO's for the flexibility.

Thanks!!

01/31/12 @ 12:58
Comment from: mikez [Visitor]
mikez

Why does Vibram insist on using the paint on the top of the shoes?! It never holds up and is an eyesore. With a little rubbing alcohol and a lot of patience, I removed the paint on my Komodos and they actually look better without it. I think this would be the case for the Spys as well.

01/31/12 @ 13:07
Comment from: Steve Holt! [Visitor]
Steve Holt!

I ordered a pair of Spyridons for Tough Mudder Georgia and I'm concerned they won't arrive in time. Regardless, I'm looking forward to them.

01/31/12 @ 13:37
Comment from: Dat Le [Visitor]
Dat Le

The paint cracking so soon is going to defeat the whole purpose of the shoe's slick design, and will be a major turnoff for many people. Hope it get's addressed in the production models.

01/31/12 @ 14:29
Comment from: EdH [Visitor]
EdH

Well, both the Spydiron LS and SeeYa are on the Vibram site now, complete with Add to Cart button, but no sizes are listed as available, but it seems that should change in a few days. Or hours maybe?? :-)

01/31/12 @ 21:19
Comment from: qcassidy352 [Visitor]
qcassidy352

Love the simple, classy look of the treks. The Spyridons... not so much. I don't get why so many manufacturers, including vibram, think minimal needs to be synonymous with loud.

01/31/12 @ 22:28
Comment from: Asa Valen [Visitor]
Asa Valen

Like tires. One would not put "Slicks" on for mudding the same as one would not put "Lugs" for Tracking.=0)

12/24/12 @ 20:12