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VivoBarefoot Vivobarefoot Neo Minimalist Cross Training Shoes (For Men)

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About VivoBarefoot Vivobarefoot Neo Minimalist Cross Training Shoes (For Men)

Closeouts. Lace up Vivobarefoot's Neo Minimalist cross-training shoes for a whole new workout experience! Designed with a "barefoot" design, Neo has an ultra-thin outsole that allows the foot to hit the ground naturally.


Specs about VivoBarefoot Vivobarefoot Neo Minimalist Cross Training Shoes (For Men)

  • Non-Waterproof
  • Upper: Air mesh and microfiber
  • Lining: Air mesh microfiber and airprene collar/panel and lining
  • Removable insole
  • Outsole: Latex and TPU
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 2 oz.
  • Made in China
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4.400000 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 20 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dragonfly from Desert in Washington on Friday, May 11, 2012
Thes are top of the line minimal shoes and once you get used to them you can't go back to "heavy" shoes!
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by kristininseattle from seattle, wa on Monday, November 26, 2012
    LOVE these shoes! I had been running in Vibram 5-fingers for about 2 years and finally broke through the soles, so I decided to try replacing them with a less dorky and warmer minimalist running shoe this winter. Tried on lots of brands at my local outdoor retailer and settled on the no-frills Vivobarefoot, but unfortunately the store only carried women's sizes and the toe box just wasn't roomy enough for my wide forefoot. Sierra to the rescue with the men's version, which is super wide and allows my toes to splay out fully just like a true barefoot shoe.

    Right out of the box, I was able to wear them on an 8-mile run with no problems whatsoever - they work for a forefoot strike gait as well as the VFFs, but the sole is just tough enough that I found myself looking for excuses to go off-road. And wow is it nice to have warm feet (and socks!) for a change! My only caveat to this praise is that people just switching to minimalist running might be better off starting with something less protective like the VFFs to help force the issue of proper form.

    Construction seems pretty solid so far. They're not all that attractive, of course, but that's not really the point. And I wouldn't feel totally strange wearing them to the grocery store or something.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lee J from Fairfax, VA on Friday, September 7, 2012
    I like the barefoot feel in a full shoe that I can wear anywhere.
    • Cons: Cut Too High, Rubs Ankle Bone
    • Describe Yourself: Stylish
    • Pros: Comfortable, Very comfortable
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • View On Shoes: I'm Really Into Shoes
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Reviewed by Alice from MD on Thursday, August 16, 2012
    I've been wanting to buy these for a while. The great discount plus current coupon tipped the scale over for me this time. I was a little nervous ordering these though. I wear women 9.5 through 10.5 depending on the shoes. I went onto the Vivobarefoot web site which gives a fabulous evaluation of how their shoes will fit according to the running shoe you currently wear. I wear women's Brooks Pure Flow in a size 10.5. I like a little room for my toes to breathe when I run and really could have gone with a 10. When plugging that info in, the Vivobarefoot site told me that the best fit on the Neo would be a size 43 women's or 42 men's (it even let me know that I would be very tight in a men's 41). Seeing the reviews here and the availability of the shoe in 41 men's only, I decided to give it a shot. I am glad I did. These fit great, I have ample room for my toes (1/4 inch extra in the front) and the toe box is wide enough for my feet (I don't have paddles but for a woman, my feet are rather wide) I am glad I didn't have a choice to order the 42s because they would have been WAY too big for me. Can't tell how long these will last but I took them on the trails today and the ground feedback was great. They are light and I feel good in them. Room for socks in the winter as well.
    • Best Uses: Hiking light trail runs
    • Pros: Comfortable, Great ground feedback, Stylish
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • View On Shoes: Shoes are for Wearing
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old Swami from Kansa on Saturday, July 28, 2012
    Seems correct to length and width for size 12 medium -US.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Describe Yourself: Conservative
    • Pros: Comfortable
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • View On Shoes: Shoes are for Wearing
    • Width: Feels true to width
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rick from Austin, Texas on Wednesday, June 20, 2012
    Great for foot therapy, everyday and running.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Pros: Comfortable
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • View On Shoes: Shoes are for Wearing
    • Width: Feels true to width

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About VivoBarefoot

Having suffered from several foot injuries during his tennis career, Tim Brennan eventually decided that his conventional athletic shoes were to blame and set about creating his own. By the time he officially launched VivoBarefoot shoes in 2004, Brennan had already spent five years on research and development, which included input from sixth generation shoemaker Galahad Clark. At the time, VivoBarefoot running shoes and tennis shoes were the first minimalist athletic shoes engineered with ultra-thin, puncture-resistant soles designed to offer lightweight shock absorption and sensory feedback. The concept took off, and minimalist footwear has been gaining momentum ever since. Today, VivoBarefoot shoes are available in more than 50 different models, from trail running shoes to chukkas. Vivo the revolution.