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Promoted 03-20-2013 at 04:59 AM View Original Post
6pm.com has Vibram FiveFingers Multisport Shoes marked down from as low as $31.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Osupikapp1

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6PM.com has lowered the price on the Bikilas to under $40!
Shipped free!
Entire List of Vibrams on sale! [6pm.com]

Special notes:
Sprints 31.99 [6pm.com]
Classics $34.99 [6pm.com]
Bikilas for $39.99 $5 off last few weeks and my personal favorite [6pm.com]
Bikilas LS $44.99 amazing price with free shipping [6pm.com]

Please remember wash very often to fight the Vibram funk or wear Injinji's which REI has been blowing out lately! [rei.com]
Also these shoes are not for everyone, no matter what anyone tells you. You take it easy in these at the start, do not put em on and try to run a couple miles, you will regret it.
If you enjoy being barefoot at home or in the yard, then these may be a great option for you to relearn how to run/walk.
You will want to get a foam roller if you plan on running in these it will help you tremendously... I swear by it.

Reps to the last poster who had the more expensive deal!

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#106
So I ordered a smaller size and of course have issues with them. I actually went to a few stores, but they didn't seem willing to let me try them on - at least none of them offered when I was talking to them about it.

These fit fine everywhere except my big toe, it is way too tight. Is it worth trying to stretch these out?
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Quote from darkadious View Post :
anyone else choose USPS and get their package shipped through UPS?

Yeah, mine got two day shipping.
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Quote from veekay View Post :
So I ordered a smaller size and of course have issues with them. I actually went to a few stores, but they didn't seem willing to let me try them on - at least none of them offered when I was talking to them about it.

These fit fine everywhere except my big toe, it is way too tight. Is it worth trying to stretch these out?
this might sound funny, but are you sure all of your toes are going into the correct holes?

it took me a solid 10 minutes to put these things on. at first i thought they didn't fit, then i realized two of my toes were attempting to go into one hole, and then again when i thought i fixed it. same problem happened with the other shoe and i was already aware of the potential problem. most of the toes seemed like they were all very long in comparison to my big toe (the only one that fit). after the adjustments, only two of my inner toes have play (very small, but expected). they feel much better than when i thought they were on.

it was a work out itself, but i'm fairly confident they will go on easier as i learn.

i went by the size chart, first pair worked for me.
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#109
I ordered these on Tues 3/26 at 11:20am. I chose slow free shipping and actually emailed them back to request USPS shipping (so it ends up in a locked box instead of on my doorstep). Yet they shipped them via UPS by 6:56pm that evening, and I received them less than 48 hours later... Thurs 3/28 early afternoon.

That's amazingly fast, via UPS ground.
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#110
These are some great deals. If you want a good all-arounder get the KMDs. I prefer the LS style, but my feet are wide.

I highly suggest trying a pair on at a local store before buying because as with other shoe brands different styles of the same size tend to fit differently. I'm a 42 in the Bikila LS, but I'm a 43 in the KMDs.
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Quote from darkadious View Post :
this might sound funny, but are you sure all of your toes are going into the correct holes?

it took me a solid 10 minutes to put these things on. at first i thought they didn't fit, then i realized two of my toes were attempting to go into one hole, and then again when i thought i fixed it. same problem happened with the other shoe and i was already aware of the potential problem. most of the toes seemed like they were all very long in comparison to my big toe (the only one that fit). after the adjustments, only two of my inner toes have play (very small, but expected). they feel much better than when i thought they were on.

it was a work out itself, but i'm fairly confident they will go on easier as i learn.

i went by the size chart, first pair worked for me.
LOL. I got mine too. It does take a little to get the toes into each hole but not ten minutes worth. Maybe two or three minutes for me total. I usually started with the big toe and worked my way to the little ones. But I don't put the toes fully inside otherwise i'd be harder to put on since your toes don't bend backwards. Hope this makes sense.
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Quote from veekay View Post :
So I received mine today and while not huge, they certainly are a little "large". My problem is I don't think going with a smaller size will help much since the issue is with the toe slots.

My first two toes fit fine, but the others barely even reach the pockets. So do smaller sizes have shorter toe pockets or just length?

I wouldn't go smaller in size if the first two toes fit fine. You're supposed to buy the size based on the longest length of your toe so you're good.
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