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    I ordered from their website, measured like instructed, they fit perfectly, little toes needed guiding at first.
    I chose Jaya LR in copper and they're gorgeous, have gotten dozens of compliments even from strangers.

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    Almond/copper.. Wow, they're on sale now, $20. cheaper than when I bought in Apr.

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    A running store up north a bit is having a 50% off sale. I'll be going back before the 24th to snag my 4th pair
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    Quote Originally Posted by TorMag View Post
    Hey, just found this in another thread under the PrimalCon seciont.
    Thanks for that. I'll give it a go.
    Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    I have toes like that and wear Vibrams quite happily. I simply buy them to fit the longest toe and then use the heel adjustment to snug them in if necessary.
    Points to note! Thanks.
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    Yehaaa, have managed to find some in New Zealand. I am super excited !!!!!!
    Can't wait to go for my first jog/walk

    small steps......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TorMag View Post
    It takes practice getting into them at first. But the key is to have them on the floor, stick your foot in and then seperate your toes.
    Thanks for that pointer. I have been wanting a pair for a while but when I finally went to try on a pair, I couldn't even get my foot into them.

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    OMG these 'barefoot shoes' are fantastic..... I love the way I feel free walking/jogging in them. Only negetive is, its a very cold winter here in New Zealand, so I need to go out a little later in the day.
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Or you could just adapt to the cold.
    HOW TO EAT POST LEPTIN RX FOR OPTIMAL LIFE? - Jack Kruse
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    Read all the Cold Thermogenesis posts....actually I recommend reading all of Jack's blogs but for the purpose of pointing out CT since you talked about being cold :P anyway.

    Supposed to be a ton of benefits that go along with it. Mark even has a few blog posts about the cold being good.
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    Try a different style of FiveFingers. I could easily get my toes into one style but not another. Not sure why... the Komodo Sport fit me best.

    (My second toe is longer than my big toe but I love my Komodo Sport. I have narrow heels so not all styles fit the same; need straps around heel)
    Last edited by PHaselow; 07-28-2012 at 12:30 PM. Reason: add info

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