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Vibram Five Fingers Men's V-Train Fitness Shoe (50 EU/14-15, Black/Green)

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Description

  • Our latest version of the kmd sport
  • Provides flexibility of a barefoot shoe with a little more structure
  • Special rope traction lugs in arch for rope climbing
  • Circular lug pattern for grip during lateral movement
  • Anti-microbial poly fabric sock liner

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Customer Reviews

Triple Vibram Review!This will be a 'triple' review, just to save myself some time. I have three pairs of Vibrams ... the KSO EVO, the V Train and the V Trail. I'll just cut and paste this review to all three.Some general background to give perspective on where I'm coming from when I review these ... I'm pretty new to Vibrams, so I've never worn any of their older models/styles. I'm also new to this kind of minimalist footwear, but I have been wearing wide, flat shoes for quite some time now ... usually Reebok Crossfits. Finally, I had been using 'toe spreaders' for a few weeks before I got my first pair of Vibrams. If you are switching from a super padded, super supportive shoe straight to ANY minimalist shoe, particularly Vibrams, your life is going to suck for a while, IMHO.KSO EVO!!Awesome! Bought these for the gym ... great shoe for lifting and movement based workouts! Wanted the laces to be better able to modify the fit ... other than that, they're like a slipper with toes! Form fitting, grippy, comfy! I did have to order a size up ... many other reviews reflect this as well. The toes are a bit shorter compared to the V Train/V Trail. These are super basic and seem to keep to the original barefoot idea that started the company ... or so it has been explained to me.V Train!!The most like an actual shoe. Has much more structure than the other two. Heavier and more rigid with the least ground feel of the three. What you'll think of these depends on your starting point ... if you go from regular sneakers to these, they're super light and minimal! If you go from the KSO EVO or something similar to these, they feel overbuilt and heavy. I got them for an 'everyday' shoe ... I wear them to work in a warehouse as well. These have a break in period ... especially the top of the foot where the straps cross. Pretty uncomfortable at first! Now I don't even notice I'm wearing them. Really like this shoe for general use, but I would stick with the KSO EVO for the gym, unless you really need something heavier or need the rope grip feature on the instep.V Trail!!I read a bunch of reviews that said these were uncomfortable, overbuilt and gave no ground feel. I feel EVERY rock, root and piece of debris. Definitely more ground feel than the V Train. Light and flexible, very slipper like. Not so sure about the 3D Cocoon technology. Doesn't feel much different to me except right on the ball of the foot. I use these for working out in the park and hiking. Not sure I would ever actually run with theses, at lease not with any speed. Nicely padded tongue, a little more cushion overall, and very comfortable right out of the box. 4Yes.I love these shoes. I've been wearing vibrams for years, and these feel like cloud-lined ninja booties after they've been broken in and warmed up. I lift, run, and walk in these. They honestly have made me hate all my other non-fivefingers shoes. *important note- when I first got these the plastic shield on top that houses the laceholes was digging into my instep wicked bad and I thought I'd have to return them. But, I was kinda stuck with them as I ordered them for a trip and they were the only exercise shoes I brought. So after wearing them in for a bit that plastic digging went totally away and they are really like a glove now. Great temperature and moisture control, excellent grip and stability (as it's allowing your foot to behave naturally which sets up your movements for proper body alignment and form, in my opinion) and has a bit more structure then other vffs. I say get em. If you're looking for a hiking or trial running shoe though, vibram makes more specialized ones. For overall gym and urban adventures tho these are the ones. The only reason they get 4 stars is because that break-in period sucked, tho it was very quick. 4Uncomfortable and stiffI have been wearing vibram shoes for a while and these were the hands down worst shoes from them I've ever worn.Why?The sides of the shoes have plastic which makes them very stiff and cause alot of rubbing. The material inside feels nice at first but if your feet sweat it becomes cligny and makes the rubbing of the shoe worse.They are the most shoe like vibrams I've ever worn. If you're looking for a much closer to shoe five finger shoe maybe this is for you but if you desire a more minamalistic shoe I can't recommend this.I have returned mine in exchange for the KSO EVO. 1Tries to fit you into a generic foot mold - like a regular shoe. Not MinimialistThe shoe fits ok, but the edges are high and rubbed against my ankles and the plastic everywhere makes it overly stable - more like a regular shoe with toes. That kind of defeats the whole purpose of a minimalist shoe. The old trek sandals were great. Had the same tread, better breathability and no strange plastic trying to lock your foot into a mold that someone else designed (and not for your foot) 2Shoes ripped apart third time wearingI've had a few FiveFinger shoes in the past and generally had good experiences. These shoes ripped apart the THIRD time I wore them. With less than five miles on the shoes, they tore apart and are now unusable. Unfortunately I did not wear them for the first time until over a month after purchase and it seems I'm not able to return them. I would pass on these shoes. 1Nice TRAINING Shoe with a Few 'Controversial' Design Elements (from a VFF wearer of 6 - 7 years now)I won't try to make this a long review but there's the long story short - these are a training shoe first, minimalist shoe second. As someone who's been wearing VFFs for 6 - 7 years now, I have come to appreciate the various shoe models and their intended purpose.Trying to use a trail runner for road running is a no go as the sole on a trail runner isn't designed for road surfaces and impacts.As is the case with these, these shoes were designed for sport and training use and therefore have design elements reflective of such. Case and point: the rubber feeling molding that goes across the top of the foot (and the source of MUCH controversy among VFF loyalists). While I can see the point of contention regarding this design element (it does SLIGHTLY interfere with the flexibility of the shoe); I can also see why it was included (for gripping various objects with your feet while providing the necessary protection to prevent sore spots for those areas). As someone who does weighted hanging leg raises, hanging knee raises, and lying leg raises, this mold has proven to be more than worth the loss of flexibility (which isn't that much BTW).Vibram COULD HAVE DONE WITHOUT THE VELCRO STRAP AS IT IS REDUNDANT WITH THE LACES (another common point of contention and one that I totally agree with).These are a good arsenal to add to your collection and for use as a training shoe. I wouldn't run in these at all and probably wouldn't dare go on a hike with them either. But for all things training related - these are a solid pair of trainers. 4Best Vibram FiveFinger's yet!I've been wearing Vibram FiveFingers for 6 years and these are the best so far! MANY lingering problems and issues were solved with the V-Train Cross-Trainer. The sizing discrepancies seem to have been solved (Some versions were sz 43 and some were sz 42 to fit me) which caused many issues with ordering different Vibrams online. They thankfully got that right a couple of years ago. To find your correct EU size, go to a shoe store and have them measure you for EU sizing. One of the biggest issues I've had on past Vibrams have been the upper shoe material itself. It was either too rubbery or a cloth material that would tear or wear away quickly, especially around and between the big toe. I would have holes there before the soles were worn out. The material on this version is MUCH stronger but a cloth polyester mix thats just right on your foot. The sole is a little harder than previous models but I assume that to allow the "Rope Climb" instep to hold up. I'd prefer a little softer so they didn't wear out so fast since I use them for road running but I'll live with it! I just burned thru the first pair of these (about 850 road miles on them) and while they aren't clean as new, they are 100% intact except for the worn out soles. Just switched to my second pair and I just purchased the third pair to make sure I had another! Will continue to buy them as long as they are available! 5Strange fit for someone coming from a KSOI've been a big fan of VIbram FiveFingers for years, and generally have bought the standard, simple KSOs. This is my first time with the cross trainer type, and while I do like the added tread and thickness in the sole -- can't feel rocks under my feet when on trails, the trade off seems to be that they run a little narrow in the mid foot area and I have a rub spot on the left shoe where the laces start, which I had to address with moleskin. Because there's more padding, they're also a little more difficult to slip into than a KSO, and the velcro for the laces keeper doesn't go up very far, so you do end up having to ratchet the shoe pretty tight to get it all to fit.Aside from the rub spot though, I like them a lot. The other complaints are minor, and more differences to the KSO than anything. The toes seem longer in these (or I have short toes), because I don't fill out the space fully in the toe pockets, but it's not so drastic that it affects anything. Overall, I'm pretty happy with these, and since I'll be using them primarily as a workout shoe for HEMA practice, the rubbing won't really get in the way because I won't be walking or running long distances with them. 3Cool looking, way over engineered shoe.I previously had the Bikila LS something like 7 years ago for cross training and they were amazing since most other training shoes had huge squishy soles which I hated. A few years of use wore them down and after shoes like the Reebok Nano and then Nike Metcon came out I gave those a try. When these came out I thought Vibram finally could compete again. While it definitely looks really cool, functionally it is way over engineered with useless "features".First, having both regular laces and a strap is redundant. I guess it looks cool and maybe if you're kicking a bag or something it might be better than the quick lace system which has a hard plastic pull tab, but I just can't get used to this. Second, the hard plastic on the sides look really cool and Vibram probably put these in to help with rope climbs and jump ropes, but they dig into the big toe when doing lunges and when the toes are bent. Third, there is no separate tongue. Instead, the arch side of the shoe extends to become the tongue. This also seems innovative at first... until it starts digging into inside/front part of the ankle. I tried taking the laces down a hole and while it helps somewhat, it's still not ideal. Taking the laces out completely leave the hard plastic sides sticking up and looking out of place.Really wanted to add a pair of Vibrams back into my training rotation as the minimalist basic shoe. But now with a good selection of low drop, wide toe box shoes like the Nanos, Minimus and Metcon, there just isn't any need for Vibrams in cross training anymore. I would totally return them if I could. 1Battle Tested. Love it.Right now I love it. I will update this review in a few weeks to see how these hold up under various conditions i.e. hiking, lifting etc. I don't write long reviews: Scale of 1-5Grip Interior 5Grip Exterior 5Possible Strength of Quality 4Comfortability: 5 (I usually wear 8.5-9, that's the size that I got. It is a toe nail size bigger)Foot mechanic and lower extremity benefit: 10 (3 years in profession coach & certified)Day 1 7/22/17 Park (paved concrete & grass) weather was hot and humid. Feet felt great. I could feel some of the tiny pebbles that I stepped on, felt great on grass and the concrete. Sticks to your feet really well but still easy to remove.Day 1 7/23/17 Gym Tested, Dog Tested, Walk Tested, KB Tested, Deadlift TestedAs you can see I wear various shoes. Tested these Vibram today at the gym. On a scale of 1-10Open treadmill and Woodway: walk and running on full gait under 10 minutes 10Lifting Stability: 10 (depending on the persons level)Movement: 10Open Chain: movement like hanging leg raises (these were so light and gave me so much more control of my foot mechanics) 10I'll update you more in about a week or 2 5
Vibram Five Fingers Men's V-Train Fitness Shoe (50 EU/14-15, Black/Green)

Vibram Five Fingers Men's V-Train Fitness Shoe (50 EU/14-15, Black/Green)

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
£142.00
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£234.00
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