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Dino Guy [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Sat, 18 May 2013 17:49:25 +0000

I disagree with you. The KSO has the exact same sole as the Classic and the Sprint, and it has the exact same amount of "barefoot feel".




Justin [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Thu, 07 Mar 2013 02:40:24 +0000

Is it possible to get the KSO's in black/grey/camo colors? I don't want all black; that's boring.




McKay [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Tue, 03 Jan 2012 00:19:33 +0000

So im a size 46 in th kso, But i was wondering. I like to wear toe socks with my Skeletoes and was wondering if i should go to a size 47 to compinsate for the sock or if it will be fine as a 46. Please help me out! thanks




Rodney N. [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Thu, 14 Jul 2011 22:07:30 +0000

Just ordered my KSO grey/black/camo the other day, from my local REI. I can't wait for them to come in haha.




John [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Wed, 25 May 2011 20:03:09 +0000

Those with small fifth toes (pinkie toes) will not like these shoes. Impossible to fit.




Ernest P. Chock [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Tue, 26 Apr 2011 20:37:48 +0000

I bought the standard low cut 5-finger socks, and like them.
Am wondering if you also make some with open toes (for ventilation) and some with high cut, so that I can wear them as if it were a regular sock.




Linda F [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 02:40:24 +0000

Love my new KSO's! I'm a toe sock lover so I don't have a hard time getting them on. doesn't take me any longer to get them on and go than it does my running shoes.

I've been searching the site to find if there are any other people with a disability/injury that are using Vibram's and how it's going for them. Believe me I know how crazy it sounds, but the KSO's significantly reduce the pain in my dislocated knee. I dislocated it a week ago. Last Saturday night I was in tears from the pain. I hurt from my ankle to both hips and up into my back from compensating around the bum knee. I bought these Sunday afternoon at 4:00 pm and have worn them since (except for sleeping and showering)and the difference is amazing! I keep thinking I'm going to have pain the next morning from over wearing them, but it just hasn't happened. Of course I'm not running or doing jumping jacks, but I feel like I almost could. Which is just crazy. But can't wait until I get medical clearance to try!




John Gunter [Visitor] in response to: Vibram Five Fingers KSO [Keep Stuff Out] — the Definitive Guide

Sun, 02 Jan 2011 02:23:33 +0000

Injinji makes different length socks from micro to over-calf.

As with running, walking will require some break in time, not for the shoes but for your feet.