Comment from: jonathan [Visitor]
jonathan

you forgot about the trek pro. It is also water resistance.
great article! keep it up!

09/27/13 @ 18:57
Comment from: Alec [Visitor]  
Alec

That golf model is absolutely amazing! Totally in love with these shoes!

http://www.alectorelli.com/blog/breaking-the-rules-of-style-vibram/

09/29/13 @ 07:44
Comment from: Chris [Visitor]
Chris

Wow! Those look great--really nice styling. Justin, you gotta get your hands on a pair of these to review!

09/30/13 @ 18:33
Comment from: Benglian [Visitor]
Benglian

I already wear the trek for golf. I live in a dry country so waterproofing is not an issue, and in a warm climate even if your feet do get wet, it's not uncomfortable to wear them.

10/02/13 @ 12:10
Comment from: Sat Ardas [Visitor]  
Sat Ardas

I would like to see a Vibram tennis shoe. I wonder what that would look like, and how you might combine the basic barefoot engineering/design concept with a sports shoe meant to be pounded on hard courts while providing full traction and support?

10/02/13 @ 20:44
Comment from: Randall [Visitor]  
Randall

I wear Vibrams or Merrells to golf in already. I've been eyeballing some of the new minimalist shoes like True Linkswear, Footjoy M-Project and Ecco BIOM Zero, but I haven't found anything that has wowed me enough to purchase yet. Interesting to see how this plays out.

10/03/13 @ 11:43
Comment from: JC [Visitor]  
JC

Hey, forget about golfing, those could be worn on formal occasions!

10/05/13 @ 16:46
Comment from: Tonya [Visitor]
Tonya

I would like order a pair of golf vibrams! I do not see a price for them

10/08/13 @ 20:18
Comment from: philip [Member]  

Randall, Have you tried on any of the True's? I'm curious if you haven't been wowed by the idea of them or the actual feel of them.

10/10/13 @ 13:39