This cross trainer offers one of the top options for modern multisport options. The Vibram FiveFingers KSO shoe replicate the feeling and freedom of bare feet, but still provide a strong grip with a ergonomic sole.
This multisport shoe features independent toe slots designed to enhance dexterity, stability and control. The Vibram FiveFingers delivers polyamide stretch fabric designed to be resistant against abrasion with the goal of keeping feet low to the ground to deliver natural walking motion. It also has the added bonus of being breathable, with quick-drying comfort unlike anything else on the market today.
Specifically, the thin webbing straps wrap around the instep and heel to provide a supportive fit that controls odor. Utilizing the patented AEGIS Microbe Shield which uses antibacterial-treated 2mm EVA midsoles, this multisport shoe fits a user’s natural contours.
To help make the shoe a better cross-trainer it uses Vibram TC1 performance rubber, designed to prevent marking on any surface, while still maintaining a strong grip good enough for climbing, canyoneering and general fitness sports.
The Vibram FiveFingers multisport shoe is machine washable in cold water, but must air dry.
Those interested need to remember to measure their heel wall to the longest toe to find the correct size.
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Roberta Montoya is a world-class rock climber who's faced countless challenges over the years. She was also on the 2000 Mexican Olympic volleyball team. Today, she works as a corrections officer while climbing during the weekends. Roberta lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.