Customer Reviews for VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra - Women's

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VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra - Women's

Read a performance review on Vivobarefoot Ultra shoes! The VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra is suitable for light trail crossing training, water sports, long runs or general beachside and urban exploration. Fully molded, anatomically neutral running shoe. Non-toxic, dual-density, high abrasion EVA. Elastic cord and lock-lacing system offers a quick, secure and personalized fit. Removable plug-in mesh tongue and/or sock adds puncture resistance and climate control. VB zer-pitch performance last is aligned to the axis of the foot for a perfect barefoot fit. Wt. 4.2 oz.
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2 out of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra - Women's
Review 1 for VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra - Women's
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Love my new shoes!

PostedMay 14, 2012
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CindiR
from Humboldt County, California
I'm a girl that loves going barefoot, although I love owning various styles of shoes. When it comes to exercise, I could never find a shoe I felt comfortable wearing. I would often go shoeless when going for walks; it just felt better.
With my new VIVOBAREFOOT Ultras I get the comfort of going barefoot and my feet are still protected. I would definitely recommend these shoes not only for their comfort, but for the benefits they provide. I will be buying more of this brand of shoe in the future.
Pros: comfort, style, price
Cons: none!
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Review 2 for VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra - Women's
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4 / 5

Lightweight campshoe

PostedFebruary 21, 2012
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Hopper
This appears to be a very light weight campshoe. I did have to remove the liner for a better fit. Even ordering a half size larger did not get the liner to fit my foot. But I'll save the 3 ounces that the liner weigh by leaving that at home. We'll see if they survive a trek up the Appalachain Trail.
Cons: liner reduces length
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