Better get those feet on the pedals!
Is that a bit of leafy toe-jam there? No clue how this photo was taken!
A lot easier to surmount boulders with your mountain bike without hard-soled MTB shoes (or just regular sneakers)!
Nothing like the varied feel of rocky terrain under your VFFed feet!
And in the event you need to cross a creek, just go right in ...
... Soggy Vibrams still work fine!
Lou continues to put his KSOs (and photography skills!) to good use: this time with a friend along to help snap some great fivefinger KSO action shots! Here's Lou describing the ride:
I went mountain biking through the Austin bike trails again. This time around I brought a buddy with me who had just purchased some black KSO's. He was eager to wear them and try them out on the trails. At one point we found a nice area to take the bikes off the trail and down to the creek. I took that opportunity to take a few shots of our little excursion. He loved the shoes and how they performed on the bike and when walking through the creek and trails. We had no problems carrying the bikes on our backs and climbing the rocks with our wet KSOs. I took the bike off the path and through some brush. My toes snagged some leaves from my little off road fun. One picture is of my buddy showing off his new KSO's as he rode past me. We all had a great time. I look forward to more bike trails and hiking in my KSO's.
Great photos, Lou, and thanks for proving that KSOs can be used for mountain biking (just watch out for stumps or small boulders!).