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What if your second toe is longer than your big toe?

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I keep hopeing that one day the ugliest colors won't be on sale, but I never get my wish.

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These shoes are amazing. Just picked up a pair a couple weeks ago and love them.

THe sizes for all the male models on this deal are HUGE, about 11.5+

As a tip, I highly recommend you find a shop near by to find a size that fits.
Have it fitted by someone who knows the shoe, if you get too large or too small, these will be massivly uncomfortable.

Personally, I found that a 42 fits me (10.5 US)

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@arhaeusler: I actually had to buy a size up for this reason. Ended up not being an issue.

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Do you have to get toe socks to wear them? Do they make them in flesh colors? Still think they look weird though...because they do.

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anyone know how these shoes fair with those of us that have sweaty feet.

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@sonovavondruke: you can machine wash them and I would recommend doing so at least once per week if you use them regularly. You can buy toe style socks that help cut down on the odor and stuff.

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@gudsine: You do not have to wear toe socks with them if you don't want. 2 models are designed for activity. One for running (Speed), and one for hiking (KSO Trek). I would recommend socks for those just to help with blisters.

@sonovavondruke: I have pretty swetty feet as well. Depending on the model you get depends on how well they ventalate. I'd stay away from the KSO Trek as they are leather. I have the TrekSport which has plenty of air flow and keeps my feet very dry.

I use mine for: Hiking, at the beach, on boats (amazing), swimming, hiking, light jogging, and all around shoe.

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Anyone else have experience with sizing? I would love to get a pair (without taking the time to try them on in-store)... I usually wear a women's 8.5 for "regular" shoes, but size up to 9.5 for running shoes. Do these run big/small?

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I am another sweaty footed vibram wearer, and a nice gentle machine wash has my Treksports looking brand new!

On a side note, I find it suprising how many people wear 42's that are 10.5, I am a 9.5 in most shoes and 42 is just a tiny bit big for me while 41 is just way too snug.

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I guess that would make sense. I actually normally bounce between a 10.5 or an 11 depending on brand. So I guess it's safe to say that they run just a little small?

With the 43, my little toe wasn't long enough to stay in the socket when walking around. Which leads me to think that it may have a little something to do with how your toes sit too. Whether they tuck under a little, or if they are dead straight (Growing up wearing shoes vs. sandals).

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I bought a pair of KSO trek's two weeks ago and wound up returning them because my feet are abnormally wide. The length of the shoes were great, but the width was standard size, and it was a bit painful. For reference, I wear 15 EEEE, and bought a size 46.

Wide sizes not available. Just FYI.

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@arismella

I wouldn't recommend buying without trying them on. You can really end up with an uncomfortable pair that way.

Also, the older models (like the original) have a slightly different sizing than the newer ones (bikila, kso's).

I am a 43 in my bikila's & kso's but 44 in the originals.

In case you want to try to buy wihtout sizing in store:

http://www.vibramfivefingers.com/size_fit/size_conversion_chart.htm

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@arhaeusler: My 2nd toe is longer than my big toe by about an 1/8" and I don't have any problem.

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I bought a pair and love the (Mod edit: profanity) out of them. i feel like I have super powers when I wear them and want to roundhouse kick everyone in the face. You have to get used to them for a day, but they're super awesome when you do.

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I totally love mine too (the traction and feeling of freedom is great), but be forewarned - there is a little bit of learning curve around putting them on.

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Haven't tried this myself yet, but the differences between the men's and women's is small, and I've noticed that whenever Vibram's go on sale there are always a good bit more women's models offered. It may be worth it to check their sizes/colours to see if anything suits you. Same advice to women as well if you find your

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Travelcounty rocks! awesome customer service and great deals on quality outdoor gear

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There's also a coupon code for an extra 15% off of the styles they have listed as 2011 spring/summer clearance.

I've been wanting another pair, I bought a pair of Sprints about 4 years ago and wear them almost exclusively when I'm not at work. I've been trying to decide between the Bikilia and the Treksport. I just ordered a pair of each for a total of $127 shipped... awesome deal.