Comment from: Dan [Visitor]
Dan

The product looks awesome but I keep thinking, for $80 instead of $85 I could get the Merrell Vapor Glove which would probably last a bit longer and give more toe splay.

Again, it looks like an awesome product, but I probably won't get it at that price point. At half that, I would consider it.

03/27/13 @ 17:45
Comment from: Nick [Visitor]
Nick

Any word on pricing? If they're cheap, they'd definitely be worth a grab.

03/27/13 @ 18:45
Comment from: John [Visitor]
John

What Greg fails to point out is that hitting your foot with a speed rope will hurt even if you are wearing shoes...but to get another double under, I will swallow the pain and continue!!!

03/27/13 @ 20:30
Comment from: Jasher [Visitor]
Jasher

for casual, everyday wear, would you recommend this shoe, or the Moc3?

03/27/13 @ 22:48
Comment from: buki [Visitor]
buki

these look a little too delicate to me...
For indoor only activities- go for it but
For running on gravle and such it'll wear out
Really quick and whoops... there goes your money. Instead try merrells vapor gloves.
It is also 'sock-like' but it has a thin sole thawas made for PERFORMANCE.
Only my suggestion. Discover foryourself what's
Good for you.simple.

03/28/13 @ 04:46
Comment from: pedalpavementpounder [Visitor]
pedalpavementpounder

I think if I wanted a shoe like this, I'd head over to target or Wal-Mart and pick up a pair of water shoes and rip out the insole. The price point seems high considering the fact that they come with a means of repairing them - as if you should be planning on them to rip/tear. I don't think I'll ever be one to reach for something like this - if I was going to spend that much money - I'd head over to the Soft Star website.

03/28/13 @ 08:41
Comment from: Mr. Leigh [Visitor]
Mr. Leigh

I found a very similar product recently. I bought a pair, but have not had the opportunity to wear them since I live in MN and we are still in winter weather conditions.

http://nufoot.com/men/black-with-gray-stripes.html

03/28/13 @ 09:45
Comment from: Mr. Leigh [Visitor]
Mr. Leigh

I should point out, the Nufoot shoes are $14.99 on their website and I believe I paid $9.99 at my local Menards for the pair I bought. At that price point, one could afford them to be somewhat disposable. They are marketed as an indoor only shoe, as I could see abrasion being an issue for them. I am planning on using them as pool shoes.

03/28/13 @ 10:37
Comment from: Dan [Visitor]
Dan

Those nufoots at $15 are a good deal. I am going to get some.

03/28/13 @ 11:15
Comment from: Jay Enef [Visitor]
Jay Enef

Eee! $85? I'm just not seeing the cost-point on these. Maybe their marketing of "anti-tech" and honestly stating they will wear sooner than other shoes is working against them.

I picked up and have been casually wearing $10 aqua shoes for a week and they have me covered for indoor cross training. I'll try running in them if it ever gets nice and dry out.

03/28/13 @ 12:42
Comment from: Garrett [Visitor]
Garrett

You can get a pair of G3 Sockwa's for that and the shipping. Still save a little then buying what is basically the same thing.

03/31/13 @ 22:05
Comment from: Matt [Visitor]
Matt

I'm very interested in these, but like the others I'm a little leery on the price. Through a Google image search I found this site:
https://buyluongofootwear.com/

They have them for $50 plus free shipping. My question is whether the site is legit. It seems a little suspect, so I'm not sure I want to give them my payment info. Anyone know more about this?

05/19/13 @ 10:48