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  1. ChenPengFi is offline
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    I have about a half mile of asphalt before i hit the hardpack trails.
    Depending how much rain we've been having, it starts getting slippery about a mile or two in;
    so asphalt, dirt roads, hard trails and slick clay.
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    Anyone know how these compare to these tight shoes called OneMoment?



    http://www.ecouterre.com/onemoment-b...n-in-6-months/
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     Style: MT, BJJ, BBT

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    Anyone know how these compare to these tight shoes called OneMoment?



    http://www.ecouterre.com/onemoment-b...n-in-6-months/
    I've never heard of these, but I'm definitely interested in hearing more. Never been as big as I probably should be into the "green" movement, but I am a fan of a $7 pricetag.
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    I've had my Five Finger KSOs for over six months now. I love them for hiking, off road running, lifting, and most general exercise. I don't like to wear them if I am running on a road or concrete personally, but I fucking hate roadwork anyway. For off road running they are amazing.
    I have worn the KSO's a few times for working on standup and wrestling but I've found the grip is actually to good when standing on mat. I felt it made pivoting my foot when throwing kicks quite difficult. But over all these shoes have done me well, lifting in them is fantastic!
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    Has anyone tried running in the FLO model during the winter? I have the bikila model and I run with them all the time down here in Hawaii (I love them).

    However I'm moving to frigid Minnesota soon for schooling and I wonder if these provide enough insulation. Their website claims you can use it in colder weather but I'm skeptical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twobits View Post
    Has anyone tried running in the FLO model during the winter? I have the bikila model and I run with them all the time down here in Hawaii (I love them).

    However I'm moving to frigid Minnesota soon for schooling and I wonder if these provide enough insulation. Their website claims you can use it in colder weather but I'm skeptical.
    The toe socks are pretty useful for cold weather, although they are a bit expensive.
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    However I'm moving to frigid Minnesota soon for schooling and I wonder if these provide enough insulation. Their website claims you can use it in colder weather but I'm skeptical.
    I've run in both the KSO's and Bikila LS's in the snow, slush and just all 'round frigid weather and honestly, they're all you need. Even the ice water I got in one wasn't so bad (and that was about 20% into my run). I recommend trying them out there before you go wasting money.

    ...then again, you could be one of those tropical types that wear heavy jackets if it's 60 out. If that's you then just stay inside, period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorldWarCheese View Post
    I've run in both the KSO's and Bikila LS's in the snow, slush and just all 'round frigid weather and honestly, they're all you need. Even the ice water I got in one wasn't so bad (and that was about 20% into my run). I recommend trying them out there before you go wasting money.

    ...then again, you could be one of those tropical types that wear heavy jackets if it's 60 out. If that's you then just stay inside, period.
    I'm not THAT bad when it comes to cold weather. At least I think. I guess I'll wait and see. Hopefully the most I'll need are those toe socks.

    Thanks guys.
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    VFF started to smell funky, I could smell them sitting at my desk at work. So I took the two best ideas I've gleaned from the interweb and decided to see what works best.

    This week I tried the efferdent trick. Put the VFF's in a bucket with 4 efferdent tabs for 15 minutes. Let air dry. No smell whatsover the next day.

    Will try the Vinegar one this weekend.
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     Style: kendo, FMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandinha View Post
    VFF started to smell funky, I could smell them sitting at my desk at work. So I took the two best ideas I've gleaned from the interweb and decided to see what works best.

    This week I tried the efferdent trick. Put the VFF's in a bucket with 4 efferdent tabs for 15 minutes. Let air dry. No smell whatsover the next day.

    Will try the Vinegar one this weekend.
    Aren't they machine washable? Why not just throw them (along with your other smelly gym stuff) into the washing machine with some febreeze-tide?
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