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Vibram Fivefingers "Alitza" Womens

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Vibram Five Fingers Alitza Shoe

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Brand:
Vibram FiveFingers
Model:
Alitza
MSRP ($):
85.00

Giving great feedback from the ground and a barefootlike experience you would expect from Vibram, the womans Fivefingers "Alitza" shoes add a fashionable look with flexible straps perfect for causal everyday use.

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My goto footwear

I love these shoes. I should first mention that I love Vibrams. The first time I saw them I was just as skeptical as the next person. It did take some initial getting use to but I fell in love. I prefer them over traditional footwear. That said, this model is great for casual wear. It is as comfortable as a sock with added protection. The only word of caution I would give is that I would go with a different Vibram model with a thicker bottom if you find yourself in an area with lots of sand spurs. The rubber isn't as thick as other models and sometimes you may get a prick should a spur make its way between your toes. I should add that when my feet swelled during pregnancy and they remained comfortable. If you suffer from edema in your feet, you don't have to worry that these shoes will start to feel confining or uncomfortable.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Salwater Flats
Used:
30+ times

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Comfortable
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