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Vibram FiveFingers SeeYa Running Shoes - Men's

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  • Single-layer polyester stretch uppers fit low on feet and offers quick-drying comfort
  • Individual toe slots enhance dexterity, control and stability to deliver a natural running motion
  • Instep straps secure with a rip-and-stick closure to provide a close fit
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield® antimicrobial treatment deters odors
  • Dri-lex® moisture-wicking nylon covers stitched-in polyurethane insoles to protect the skin and foot tissue on longer runs
  • Nonmarking outsoles feature anatomically contoured Vibram rubber traction pods that follow the contours of your feet and toes
  • 3M® reflective hits increase your visibility in low light
  • In order to allow your feet to adapt to using different muscles, gradually increase usage of these shoes
  • Machine washable in cold water; air dry only, away from sun or heat source
  • Vibram FiveFingers SeeYa shoes are recommended for running, fitness training and light trekking
  • To determine size, stand with heels against a wall and measure from the wall to the tip of the longest toe on each foot; use the longer of the 2 lengths with the size chart

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Vibram FiveFingers SeeYa Running Shoes - Men's Specs
Specification
Description
Best use
Running
Barefoot
Ankle
Rip-and-stick
No
Polyester stretch mesh
Dri-lex nylon
Thermoplastic urethane
Vibram rubber
Zero drop
Yes
9.6 ounces
Men's
Running shoe type
Footwear height
Footwear closure
Waterproof
Upper
Lining
Midsole
Outsole
Heel-to-toe drop
Vegan
Average footwear weight (pair)
Gender

Vibram FiveFingers SeeYa Running Shoes - Men's

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Rated 4.125/5 based on 16 reviews
Rated 3out of5
by fromBlisters I am an experienced runner. This was my fifth pair of Vibrams. In the past 2 years, I've done most of my running with Vibrams, having worn out 4 pairs so far (my first was the Vibram KSO, then a pair of Bikilas, and 2 pairs of Bikila LS's). The SeeYas look really niice and are amazingly light. The inside of the shoe is more crudely finished than the other models. During a 16 mile long run in these, I got huge blisters under the arches and insteps of both of my feet. Even though I am quite flatfooted, I've never had this problem with the other Vibrams. I tried using the Injinji socks (the socks with five fingers) - the socks dedinitely help. In future, I will only use these shoes with socks. My next pair of fivefinger shoes will be Bikila LS's - same price, better shoes.
Date published: 2013-04-27
Rated 3out of5
by fromNot Bad Kinda Expenseve The SeeYa is not bad. If you are looking to buy a pair they fit very similar to a pair of KSO. They do provide less structure and padding then the Bikila. This could be good or bad depnding on what you are looking for. The heel cup can feel loose at times. I would reccomend these for poeple who want as lightweight road running shoe. I feel like they should be priced about $20 cheaper.
Date published: 2012-02-22
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat pair of shoes I use this at the gym for leg days and running on the treadmill and on the road. Running never felt so liberating. Fits like a glove and feels next to nothing. As a newbie 5fingers runner, I experienced all the aches(my calves) which other runners warned about when switching from regular running shoes. But so far I have never experienced pain in my knees while running. yeah! I'm so sold on this that I'm thinking of getting another pair as a backup. The only thing is, I wonder how many miles can it last? Time will tell.
Date published: 2012-10-31
Rated 4out of5
by fromBikila feel but less there Similar to the Bikila in foot feel but with less there. Great for the gym and shorter runs, but if you're going to do longer runs on pavement or trail running, I think the Bikila is a better overall choice.
Date published: 2013-06-27
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat lightweight shoe I'm a road runner who put over 600 miles on my Bikilas and finally wore through the soles. I decided to try the See-Ya as it was a newer model even though I thought the Bikila was a perfect shoe. I wore a 40 in my Bikilas, so I followed the chart and got the 40. Sadly, they were a bit tight and rubbed some causing blisters. I swapped them out for 41 and they're perfect. Due to the low cut in the middle of the shoe they feel like they're about to slip off the heel, but they never move. Super light, super breatheable, great "road feel". I'm actually surprised, but I think these might be an improvement over the Bikilas. I've got about 20 miles on them so far, so we'll see how they hold up over time...
Date published: 2012-03-15
Rated 4out of5
by fromFits Differently I love the shoes but I purchased the same size I wear in the Bikila,KSO, and Komodo but since they are so thin I have to wear toe socks with them.
Date published: 2012-04-25
Rated 5out of5
by fromMy Favorite Vibram I purchased these shoes three months ago for summertime road running and they are great. They are so flexible, light and comfortable that I wear them as much as possible. I find them excellent for running, walking, cycling, doing errands etc. After 3 months of almost every day use they are showing minor wear. I have purchased three other Vibram styles in the past and these are the most comfortable. The only activity which I have avoided with these shoes is hiking since the soles don't have a heavy tread like the Vibram Trek shoes do.
Date published: 2012-10-02
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat! I've had the same pair for well over a year. I was skeptical about durability with the thin soles, but have no fear! I've worn these almost daily for that year, and the soles have plenty of wear left. Even through repeated, frequent washings (and soakings with denture tablets for odor removal), the design has held up well. Extremely durable. The fabric is very snug, yet so stretchy I often forget I'm wearing these. Took some getting used to, as the lack of over support and cushion from typical shoes causes one's muscles to weaken. Within the first week or two, I was fine. Wearing Chuck Taylors previously helped. My almost constant knee pain and psiatica was gone, and has stayed away. I also have much better balance. So far, these are the only model I can fit which saddens me. I have extremely high volume feet, length puts me at a US 8.5 mens, width a 13. These at size 41 fit perfectly. The only other I've come close to fitting were the Bikila and KMD Sport. I will be buying more of these, they are a great fitness and all-around shoe. I did wear them on a rough trail, and they handled it ok, though I did get some bruising from very large sharp rocks. I would also recommend getting them big enough to wear with Injinji socks in colder weather.
Date published: 2013-05-20

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