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Review: Vibram FiveFingers V-Aqua

Review: Vibram FiveFingers V-Aqua
The Vibram FiveFingers V-Aqua is the company’s flagship product for water sports and water activities. Utilizing the same base sole from the V-Alpha, the V-Aqua adds drainage holes to clear out the interior of the shoe to maintain a smoother experience… more »

V-Alpha Vibram FiveFingers Review

V-Alpha Vibram FiveFingers Review
Vibram’s V-Alpha is a successor to the KSO EVO as their all-around five-toed "barefoot" shoe. Taking what was already a very capable shoe and improving upon its fit, materials, and sole, the V-Alpha aims to be the best all-around shoe in the Vibram… more »

Vibram FiveFingers Trek Ascent LR Review

Vibram FiveFingers Trek Ascent LR Review
The Vibram FiveFingers Trek Ascent LR is the latest premium all-terrain shoe from Vibram Five Fingers. It features a MEGAGRIP sole compound, a very aggressive tread design, and good protection from just about anything you can run into, onto, and over on the… more »

Vibram FiveFingers KMD EVO Review

Vibram FiveFingers KMD EVO Review
Vibram has expanded their "EVO-fication" of the FiveFingers line with the release of the FiveFingers KMD EVO, which is what we'll be reviewing today. Other "EVO" VFFs to date include the KSO EVO, the Bikila EVO, and the Bikila EVO WP (the waterproof… more »

Vibram FiveFingers CVT Hemp Review

Vibram FiveFingers CVT Hemp Review
Earlier this year Vibram released the CVT Hemp—a FiveFingers model that was an alternative to the 2013-introduced CVT LS. The whole CVT thing stands for "convertible" due to the original CVT LS allowing you to flip the heel of the CVT LS flat and make… more »

Review VI-B Vibram FiveFingers

Review VI-B Vibram FiveFingers
I stumbled across the VI-B this spring while looking for a new pair of trail paws – and instantly fell in love. Having said that, the VI-B is everything but a trail shoe! It is light and thin and delicate and sylphlike… more »