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  • Uppers made of synthetic and coconut fiber fit low on feet and offer great breathability and durable performance; stretch-mesh panels help keep debris and grit out
  • Individual toe slots enhance dexterity, control and stability to deliver a natural walking motion
  • Instep straps secure with rip-and-stick closures and are attached to thin webbing straps that wrap around heels to provide a secure, supportive fit
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield® antimicrobial treatment to help control odors
  • 4mm EVA midsoles help provide light cushioning underfoot
  • Lightly cleated 4mm Vibram outsoles made of nonmarking Vibram TC1 performance rubber offer enhanced traction on a variety of surfaces
  • Recommended for light trekking, trail and road running, cross training, CrossFit, walking and travel
  • 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
  • To determine size, stand with heels against a wall and measure from the wall to the tip of the longest toe; use the longest toe length in conjunction with the size chart


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Best Use Fitness
Running Shoe Support Neutral
Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm) 0
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Strap
Upper Nylon/coconut fiber/polyester mesh/spandex
Lining None
Midsole EVA
Outsole Vibram rubber
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 12.4 ounces
Gender Men's

Size chart

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Greatest Purchase Ever I could write pages and pages about why you should buy these shoes, but I won't. I've had them for about 2 years, and I use them on every 14er/hiking trip I go on. Dirt, mud, sharp rocks- they do it all. They battle through all the harsh conditions like a pro. They build up ankle strength. They have incredible grip. But most importantly, I FEEL the ground (sounds weird, I know). With these shoes, I'm not just stomping on some path, I'm experiencing it with every step as I notice the compression of the dirt below. After 2 years of use, the tread on the bottom is finally wearing away. The decision to re-invest in a new pair was simple.
Date published: 2012-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome shoes! I absolutely love these shoes! these shoes are very comfortable once your feet get get adjusted to them. I would have to say these are my favorite do everything shoes i own. I have used them for everyday use, hiking, running, and trekking and performed like a dream i would definitely buy another pair of vibrams. The only down fall is your feet can become cold in windy or colder weather of course but they do sell socks you can wear with this shoes, which I have not used. other than that, amazing shoes i highly recommend them for better posture, stronger legs, heather feet, and just to have some crazy looking shoes that WILL get you attention!
Date published: 2011-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My first 3-miler was fantastic !! [...]I love these things. I've been running bare foot and in just water booties for over a year. I finally splurged for a pair of treksports and they are fantastic.My first run was on 11/21/2010 in San Diego. It had been raining for two days, and my run was in fairly heavy rain. The run was on and off road with a lot of it in the mud and even in water that was ankle deep. The five fingers performed great.The sizing chart says I should be wearing a 40. My feet measure 10 1/4 inches. After some frustration, I ended up with a size 42, and they fit perfect.
Date published: 2010-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome shoes, but do need socks This is my second pair of these shoes, and I really love the fit and how stable I feel running on hills and climbing things. The fit is fantastic. The rubber grips a lot better than you would expect for how smooth it is. There are only 2 serious cons with this shoe. 1- The toes being separate causes water to ooze through and soak your foot. 2- The seam that runs on the inside of the shoe at the center of the foot rubs. I have never been able to wear these without socks unless I feel like getting a big blister right there. Both of these problems are easily mitigated with a good pair of wool toe socks. Injinji makes a good one for this.
Date published: 2013-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Shoe After buying a pair of 5 Fingers for my wife a few months ago I decided to give them a try for myself. I was a little skeptical at first thinking all the things I've heard are a bunch of hype so the only way to really decide was to give them a try. I hike, backpack, and run so I wanted something versatile and good looking. I went for the TrekSport because of the great tread and the black/gray looks good. They are lightweight and easy to pack so they work great as camp shoes. I've been using them all day and went on a short run to test them out and they performed exactly as advertised. I am very happy with these shoes and will most likely end up keeping a pair in my closet.
Date published: 2010-10-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great experience but not perfect I use these to hike, jog, and trail run. Overall I like the shoes and the experience of running and hiking with them. The only pain issues I've had since I started running with them are blisters under my big toes. It seems like there is too much built up rubber underneath. I've been using them for probably 2 months with socks and haven't gotten around the problem yet. On the plus side, chronic knee pain has been almost a non issue since I got these. The soles seem to be pretty hard, presumably so they wear longer, but that makes them very slippery on wet surfaces or after they get wet. I do wish they would make a water proof version.
Date published: 2011-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I would buy again I saw a passenger that rides my bus with a pair on and I thought I would give them a try because he said they were so comfortable. I did get a pair and I do love them, but I HIGHLY recommend that you go to the store and try them on!!!. They have different kinds of five fingers shoes and they all fit very differently. It took me a hour to find the right one for me. Also remember that everyone toes comes in all sizes and length. My biggest problem was my baby toe, finding the right shoe that would feel comfortable because its so short. but once you find the right one they are truly great!. I'm now looking into the one that is for running.
Date published: 2011-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Muey Bueno This was my first pair of 5 fingers and def wont be the last. I love the way they work out your legs, how comfortable they are, and have no need to get worried about them getting wet on the trail because they dry quick. So far i have ran in them and they were well cushioned and gave me a great pump in my calves. After I have had these for about 3 days, I had to take my wife to go get a pair herself. We took a 6 mile hike today and my feet dont hurt but were a little sandy when we got home. Im already think about getting a pair of the regular ksos to accompany these.
Date published: 2011-03-18
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How do you measure your feet?

Asked by: Rey
A foot length chart in inches can be found on the Vibram Fivefingers website.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-08

Are these found pairs of the old Trek Sport model which was discontinued now being offered at clearance prices or is this an REI exclusive version of the new model Vibram carries called the "Trek Pro?"

Asked by: SoCal Adventure
We have purchased remaining stock of the TrekSport Multisport Shoes from Vibram.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-27

I am looking for a pair of these for wearing in and out of water. Is there a pair of Five Fingers that are not slippery on rocks when wet?

Asked by: Coach Dante
The FiveFingers TrekSport Multisport Shoes are not slippery on rocks when wet, but none of the FiveFingers shoes we currently have in stock are intended to be used as a water shoe.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-07-22

So if I wear a size 13 shoe, is that what I'm looking for in a pair of these? Or is it more like a sock type fit? I notice their is no size 13 which is why I ask. Also how do these fit on a person with a wide foot?

Asked by: dconklin
The sizing for Vibram Fivefingers is based on your foot length in inches. To determine size, stand with heels against a wall and measure from the wall to the tip of the longest toe; use the longest toe length in conjunction with the size chart. Here is a link to the sizing chart for Vibram Fivefingers:
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-10
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