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I know, I was just wondering how good the grip is. wink.gif

It depends on what model you get. They have like 12 different versions. Mine are built more for running on pavement, so they aren't quite as grippy as some of the other ones.
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It depends on what model you get. They have like 12 different versions. Mine are built more for running on pavement, so they aren't quite as grippy as some of the other ones.
oh that's cool!
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It depends on what model you get. They have like 12 different versions. Mine are built more for running on pavement, so they aren't quite as grippy as some of the other ones.
oh that's cool!
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It depends on what model you get. They have like 12 different versions. Mine are built more for running on pavement, so they aren't quite as grippy as some of the other ones.
oh that's cool!
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My shoes from the past few years. As you can see, I love Adidas.
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I'm looking at the asics okatsuna tiger california 88s they look cleeeeeean.
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It makes me seem minimalist compared to some of you... But I've been enjoying the near flat sole releases from Element. I think their newest series is branded "Bowery" or somesuch thing. Problem is that the new soles wear through really fast. :/

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The KSO were my first five fingers, and they have the best grip on hard surfaces in wet conditions of any shoe I've worn; always my first choice for rock.

 

Below are my Spyridon LS, these are my first choice for country walking, they have a little more protection against very rough surfaces (for example flint or cobbles) but are still minimal enough for very good feel.

 

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First pair of Vans. Few months old, but I just discovered this thread.

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My all time favorite shoes...yeah, they're dirty but that's because I actually use them for their intended purpose...

 

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oh that's cool!

http://www.vibramfivefingers.it/products.aspx shows the complete range, there's also a guide to choose the best for your particular purpose...

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http://www.vibramfivefingers.it/products.aspx shows the complete range, there's also a guide to choose the best for your particular purpose...
haha I'm pretty happy with my brown hemp Sanuks! tongue.gif but if they do good in water and stuff I'll look into them for camping and the like!
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haha I'm pretty happy with my brown hemp Sanuks! tongue.gif but if they do good in water and stuff I'll look into them for camping and the like!

The great thing is that they weigh next to nothing...

 

Here are my Seeya, used for the gym only but weigh in at a mere 8oz (226g), no need for socks and machine washable...

 

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I can't say I'm much of a sneaker fan.  The closest I get to sneakers these days is Five Ten cycling shoes...   I'm a huge Doc Martens fan though.  I currently have four pairs, and I'd like to buy more.  Unfortunately, headphones, amps, music, bike stuff, and food are all more important!

 

The old brown ones

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The classic black boots

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Flying the flag!

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The new canvas shoes

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