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Vibram FiveFingers KomodoSport LS

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Fitness is foremost in your mind, and a close second is a simpler life. The Vibram FiveFinger Men's KMD Sport LS Shoe supports your fit-centric view of the world while keeping the fuss to a minimum. This zero-drop shoe keeps your toes and heel on an even keel, with full-footed coverage for high-intensity cross-training regimens, whether you're flipping truck tires or popping squats with 90 pounds on your shoulders. The famous FiveFinger individual toe slots offers the ultimate natural feel; your feet are free to perform as they were designed to, splaying and gripping as you move through your workout. Breathable seamless polyester and mesh uppers offer light support and keep debris out. With a single pull, the speed-lacing system molds the upper to your foot for a custom fit without breaking a sweat. The stitch-free, 2mm footbed maintains a minimalist outlook, but give you a few milllimeters of friction-free stabilization and cushioning. Down below, the EVA arch construction follow the contours of your foot for a bit of instep support, and the 4mm-thick TC-1 rubber outsole offers excellent protection. Its circular tread pattern provides lateral stability as you do hop-lunges or high-step through rows of tires. Aegis antimicrobial protection is built in, but after a few workouts, just throw the shoes in the washing machine and let them air dry for a fresh start. Speaking of fresh starts, if you've spent the past decade in traditional running and fitness shoes, the switch to a minimalist shoe takes more than an instant. Just like acclimating to altitude, go slowly with this zero-drop shoe. As you find your minimalist footing, gently increase your work-out intensity and length until you're at 100%.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version