I just want the points. I'd appreciate if you find it helpful to get even more points :D…
- Fernando, 11/30/10
This shoe really changes the way that running and all other active pursuits are accomplished. It is an experience, to say the least, and an amazing one at that. The only pro…
- Zach, 01/31/11
I have been a runner for a long time and recently had some knee issues. once i switched to these i have had no issues at all. They take some getting used to and you really n…
- keith, 11/08/11
I have the KSO and the Bikila LS and they are amazing. I didn't realize it at the time, but there was just something off about the fit of both, nothing bad but it only became…
- Corey, 08/20/11
I'm pretty sure Michael Jordan wore these when he won his Championships in Chicago, but then he switched to Nike and played for dc and totally sucked.
The moral of the stor…
- Henry, 05/23/11
Being a proud owner of the Velcro KSO, I was astounded as to how little effort was required to slide these on compared to the difficult but still awesome predecessor. While I…
- Corey, 04/02/11
I am a big dude, 6'3" and a biscuit over 340lbs so I am always looking for shoes that can handle my bulk and still be comfortable. The Komodo Sport, size 47 for my size 13 fe…
- Larry, 12/08/11
Love the shoe! I have worn this shoe around town while running errands for the past month. Just wore it today for the first time at the gym. 2 things stood out for me. Fir…
- Barrett, 07/25/11
from my home to the road to the back woods and back, good for the whole circuit. comfortable for a trail runner and glad that i sprang for the nicer pair.…
- david, 05/11/12
These shoes are so comfortable and VERY versatile. The have great grip and tread, the Kevlar lined sole does a great job of absorbing impact points so it doesn't hurt to step…
- Jamie, 06/01/12
I have always been interested in Barefoot Running, HOWEVER, I despise the five finger vibram shoe look.
These shoes are a perfect alternative. They don't show off my toes a…
- Shaun, 04/17/13
I love these shoes. I do run in them for a few miles occasionally, but not any super long or frequent runs so I don't know how that goes. I do however love these for hiking.…
- Luke, 08/31/13
I've put about 250 (mostly trail) miles since February. I've worn them through a Tough Mudder and other obstacle races.
First of all, I'm never going back to "normal" runni…
- John, 05/04/12
I caution any potential buyers to double or triple check your foot measurements, but beyond that, these shoes are great. From the moment I put them on and went of a walk, I co…
- jacob, 07/02/11
I previously bought a pair of KSOs. Those shoes really helped my foot pain. My ankle, knee and lower back pain went away and I run around 10-15K per week.
My normal stree…
- Joel, 09/02/11
I love these shoes. they are very good for many uses, running, walking, and much more. they hold up nicely and wick out moisture great! i like how they look like tennis shoes…
- charley, 08/18/11
Been using these shoes a good deal lately. Mostly for running around my neighborhood, but I have taken them on a couple of multi day hikes in fairly rocky areas where I use th…
- taylor, 03/01/11
I got the brown KSO Treks after I decided that traditional shoes are overrated. I owned a pair of the fivefinger classics but they just aren't up to the stress of hiking for m…
- Caleb, 03/29/11
I bought these for the sole purpose of power lifting. however, these are not true barefoot shoes. there is a slight arch which isn't mentioned in the product description (thou…
- ibsen, 10/23/13
I own nothing but 5 fingers for over a year now. Scrapped all my other shoes and bought nothing but vibrams. Living in Washington as u can guess gets more then a little rain…
- Cody, 11/25/12
If you want to run in 24-degree weather and count how many toe prints you make in the snow… BUY. THESE. SHOES. There is nothing like feeling nearly barefoot in the snow whi…
- Eric, 01/31/13
About Men's Barefoot and Minimalist Shoes:
If you're checking out the men's barefoot shoes on this page, then you probably already know how popular minimalist running has become. You probably also know there's all sorts of science and what not that shows how great barefoot running can be for you. All I know is that I always catch the girls on my co-ed, beer league, track team starring at my shoes. The ones I have are bright blue color, and really bring out my eyes. And the most important thing recreational track and field is to match your shoes to your eyes.
I own quite a few pairs of barefoot shoes, and absolutely love them. I have a really sweet pair of minimalist shoes that look like gloves on, but on my feet. These things have individual pockets for each of my toes to slide into. Not gonna lie though, they felt a little weird at first, but once I got used to them, I feel like they're the most comfy things my feet have ever worn. I mainly wear them for kayaking, and running. The best thing is that they dry super quick, so when I get them wet while kayaking, they dry fast.
Not all barefoot shoes need to have the separated toe thing going on. I have a couple other pairs that look exactly like normal shoes. I have a more normal looking pair of minimalist shoes that I use for my crossfit training. They're great because they have just a little bit of cushioning in the soles, so that my feet don't hurt when I do jumping exercises and what not.
Another pair that I have isn't really designed for any athletic activities. They're just great barefoot shoes that look like any other semi-dress casual shoes. You know, the type of shoe you would wear out to the bar. They're sort of like the mullet of shoes, saying, "I'm formal, but I like to party."
Before you scroll back up the page and check out our selection of barefoot shoes from the best brands in the industry, I want to note that if you are just getting into the barefoot shoe game, take it easy at first. Although minimalist shoes will be a more natural feel, spending years in more "traditional" shoes have probably taught you to walk and run in an unnaturally. Wearing barefoot shoes will pretty much correct that issue automatically. The thing is, it takes a little while for your body to get used to the feeling, so take it easy at first. For example, for your first few times out running, only run in your minimalist shoes for about half the distance you would normally run. That's probably all you'll really be able to run anyway, because you'll for sure feel the burn in your calf muscles.
The guy that sits next to me always wears barefoot shoes. His calf muscles are HUGE. Like, has to wear shorts all day, every day, huge. I want to ask him about it, but nobody knows his name.