Comment from: ShoeBoi [Visitor]

While running on the road, did the shoes make any "slapping" noises?

01/06/18 @ 11:16
Comment from: Paul [Visitor]

Odd question, but if you had these loosely laced up, would you be able to casually slip them off and back on again without sitting down? Like a pair of Vans slip ons for instance?

01/06/18 @ 16:58
Comment from: [Member]

They don't slap anymore than, say, the Vibram Bikila LS or some of my other favorites.
They do slap LESS than your typical huaraches though. No worries here!

01/07/18 @ 09:38
Comment from: [Member]


If I leave off the highest eyelet and keep the second eyelet loose, I can pretty easily slip my feet into the shoe! It really depends on how you want to enjoy the shoe. It does not require a untying of a ton of lacing to make it easy to go in and out.

01/07/18 @ 09:39
Comment from: WVC [Visitor]  

Have you (or anyone else) had a chance to try to Carson Footwear shoe? Like Soft Star it's another "made in USA" minimalist shoe, although I think the stack is considerably thicker than the Soft Star. Curious if anyone has had a chance to try it out and compare with Soft Star.

03/22/18 @ 11:59
Comment from: David Couzelis [Visitor]
David Couzelis

I'm trying to find the right size for me. How much space do you have between your toes and the front of the shoe? Thank you!

03/26/18 @ 21:16
Comment from: Colin [Visitor]

Finally picked up a pair of these and, while I'm still getting used to them, I'm optimistic. I tried Soft Star some years ago and, while I was impressed with the shoe on its own, it just didn't fit me properly. This style, however, yields the first pair of non-VFF closed-toe shoes where I don't feel myself being crushed by the toe-box. Now I just hope they end up being durable (USD 140 is a hefty price). If so, then I think I've found my new go-to shoe!

03/31/18 @ 18:02
Comment from: [Member]


Hope you love them!

04/02/18 @ 08:25

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