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Comment from: Alan Harris [Visitor]  
5 stars
Alan Harris

What type of Five Fingers did you buy and when?

KSO and KSO Trek. Purchased the KSO's in January '10 and the Treks in March '10.

How was the buying process?

Great as always. Had them ship to my local store for free and it arrived with no problems on the date they said it would.

Would you buy from this retailer again?

Of course. Look forward to the member dividend each year!

Any other feedback you would like to share.

I'm just glad REI keeps on top of products like VFF's when other outdoor retailers seem to lag behind.

Also, can't go wrong with REI's return policy. Return any product, any time, no questions asked.

03/12/10 @ 02:13
Comment from: David Pollitt [Visitor]  
5 stars
David Pollitt

What type of Five Fingers did you buy and when?
KSO Black/Grey/Camo 2010 model - 45M. Purchased 03/14/10

How was the buying process?
I had a pretty good idea what I wanted when I stepped into the store, but the salesmen was very helpful. He shared his own experience owning VFF, and gave me suggestions on socks and the model to choose.

Would you buy from this retailer again?
Certainly. They are very knowledgeable and have a friendly staff. Most of the staff are avid outdoor types, which you won't find with most retailers.

Any other feedback you would like to share.
The salesmen pointed out they are having quite a bit of trouble keeping the VFF of all models in stock. He stated that the website REI.com has more styles/colors/combinations available then they have ever had at that particular store. So you might be better off going to the website to order exactly what you want.

03/15/10 @ 14:40
Comment from: Minimal-Chris [Visitor]  
5 stars
Minimal-Chris

What type of Five Fingers did you buy and when?
Sprints on 05/27/10. Gray/Palm.
How was the buying process?
Had previously bought KSO's. Returned for sizing twice and a flaw once (great return policy). Finally found a location that carried them in-store. Tried on Sprints and found my new running shoe.
Would you buy from this retailer again?
Always and forever.
Any other feedback you would like to share.
Joining the REI Co-op is wise, easy and cheap. $20 I believe. Witht the purchase of my Sprints and a few other small things I received a $18 dividend check and a 20% discount. So when I exchanges my last pair of VFFs I got a nice price reduction.

03/30/10 @ 06:20