Vibram FiveFingers KSO Multisport Shoes - Kids'

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Kids can wander free and without worry in the Vibram FiveFingers KSO multisport shoes, which offer the freedom of bare feet with the grip and protection of a Vibram sole.

  • Features

    • Individual toe slots enhance dexterity, control and stability to deliver a natural walking motion
    • Thin, abrasion-resistant polyamide stretch fabric fits low on feet and offers quick-drying comfort; breathable stretch-mesh panels keep debris and grit out
    • 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
    • Footbeds feature AEGIS Microbe Shield® antibacterial treatment to help control odors
    • EVA midsoles help provide light cushioning underfoot
    • Vibram outsoles are designed to follow the contours of feet and toes; made of nonmarking Vibram TC1 performance rubber
    • Razor siping on soles provides sure grip on wet and slippery surfaces
    • Recommended for light trekking, climbing, canyoneering, running, fitness training, travel and most water sports
    • FiveFingers KSO multisport shoes may help kids feel an increased sense of balance, expanded range of motion and improved posture
    • In order to allow kids' 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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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Multisport

    Footwear Height

    Ankle

    Footwear Closure

    Strap

    Upper

    Stretch polyester/polyamide fabric

    Lining

    None

    Midsole

    EVA

    Outsole

    Vibram rubber

    Weight (Pair)

    5.4 ounces

    Gender

    Kids'

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