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Looks horrible. What they for
Surely these would be very uncomfortable, unless your foot and toe size match perfectly.
I've often wondered how would these fit if you had a massive second toe? I don't but still, I wouldn't be seen dead in a pair of these.
They are horrible
A friend I know had these. He said they're the most comfortable things ever. They're like not wearing any shoes but they're completely safe at the same time. Hot from me
Stephen King could write a novel based on these terrifying monstrosities
I have a couple of pairs, very comfortable.
Wot if you have webbed toes? I don't personally but still these are minging.
Gloves for feet
B_en14/09/2019 23:03

A friend I know had these. He said they're the most comfortable things …A friend I know had these. He said they're the most comfortable things ever. They're like not wearing any shoes but they're completely safe at the same time. Hot from me


Do you see your friend wearing them all the time then?
I tend to find that when people, spend lots of money on a so called, revolutionary this will change footwear forever products. They will say they're fantastic, even if they're not. Just to save face.
Funny, I don't see many people wearing these. They don't seem to of taken off that well. And they've been out for years
budgiebridie14/09/2019 23:19

Wot if you have webbed toes? I don't personally but still these are …Wot if you have webbed toes? I don't personally but still these are minging.


Then these aren't for you, you need to look for the Nike Air Norfolks....
AJ9214/09/2019 22:48

Looks horrible. What they for


These are barefoot style shoes, ideally you wear them everywhere instead of ordinary shoes but yeah, in reality it's not that easy...there are barefoot style shoes that look more conventional for everyday use...I wear these sort of shoes, with minimal soles, the last 2-3 years and I ll never go back to normal shoes, feel so unnatural...

If you are interested for more, check this guy, was very inspirational for me:

Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these shoes?
no 12.5 = no sale

brrrr
lavafire15/09/2019 02:24

Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these …Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these shoes?


i think its called a 'shop' or something?
Why are they called 'five fingers' when they go on your tootsies?
He got toe jam football..........
DodgeySolenoid14/09/2019 23:23

Do you see your friend wearing them all the time then?I tend to find that …Do you see your friend wearing them all the time then?I tend to find that when people, spend lots of money on a so called, revolutionary this will change footwear forever products. They will say they're fantastic, even if they're not. Just to save face.Funny, I don't see many people wearing these. They don't seem to of taken off that well. And they've been out for years


Hubby uses them at gym and says they are a game changer. Been raving on about them for years. I dont think they are for everyday use out and about, i always assumed they were for sport?

Just my 2 pence!
lavafire15/09/2019 02:24

Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these …Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these shoes?


Ebay, amazon, good sport shops...
They may work for some but were terrible for me - I only ran in them once and it threw everything out - sore knees, hips and painful shins - they went straight onto ebay and I’ve used training shoes with the traditional supportive sole ever since.
I'm not doubting they work, and I realise people in other countries run barefoot for miles - but for me they didn’t suit the hard tarmac roads that I run on
I’ve got these and love them.
jimmythecat12315/09/2019 07:11

They may work for some but were terrible for me - I only ran in them once …They may work for some but were terrible for me - I only ran in them once and it threw everything out - sore knees, hips and painful shins - they went straight onto ebay and I’ve used training shoes with the traditional supportive sole ever since.I'm not doubting they work, and I realise people in other countries run barefoot for miles - but for me they didn’t suit the hard tarmac roads that I run on


Mine came with a note about getting used to them before you go on a full run because most people aren't trained in running barefoot and will likely experience these problems if they dive straight in without letting the boy get used to the difference.

As for the controversial nature of the look, sure there's that but I found mine (had them quite a few years) have always felt good on and to be fair in other countries l have seen them out and about. Mainly on gym goers and runners especially of course.
lavafire15/09/2019 02:24

Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these …Where do I get socks where each toe are separated in order to wear these shoes?


I think in general you don't wear socks with them. There are socks like them though in most online stores.
OK if you plan a walking holiday to Mount Doom
These are mainly suitable for gym use to allow for correct foot posture in exercises like the deadlift or squats for example and not for everyday wear.
It is a good price as these are normally around the £100 mark.
Why do we have fingertips but not toetips? After all, we tip toe around, We don't tip finger. Am i over thinking this?
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