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Some have called FiveFingers Sprint the most versatile footwear they own. Adjustable hook-and-loop closures cross over the instep and surround the heel for a personalized, secure fit. A thin abrasion-resistant stretch polyamide fabric follows the contour of the foot for comfort. And a flexible, non-marking TC1 performance rubber sole is razor siped to enhance grip over a variety of terrain.
SPRINT IS BEST FOR: Light Trekking, Climbing, Canyoneering, Running, Fitness Training, Martial Arts, Yoga, Pilates, Sailing, Boating, Kayaking, Canoeing, Surfing, Flats Fishing, Travel
UPPER - abrasion-resistant stretch polyamide fabric
& Hypalon® straps
SOLE- Vibram TC-1 performance rubber
FOOTBED- Antimicrobial microfiber
*Machine washable. Air dry.
Men’s size 42 -
5.6 oz. each, 11.2 oz. a pair
Women’s size 37 -
4.4 oz. each, 8.8 oz.a pair
Size conversion chart and fit guide for:
Vibram FiveFingers Women's Sprint
Finding your proper size in Vibram FiveFingers® is absolutely essential to having a positive experience with our product. While we recommend trying them on in person when possible, we realize that isn't always an option. Here you'll find a tutorial on finding your size at home by measuring your foot, plus a Size Conversion chart to help you find the right size in the model of your choice.
awesome five fingers, 10th May 2010
The Vibram Sprint that I bought at Mountain Outfitters has already made a huge impact on the way I walk and run even though I just got them three days ago. They take a little getting used to and at first it was hard to get all my toes into each 'finger' - but after an hour of wearing them they felt more and more comfortable and I could feel my posture changing (for the better!) to accommodate the shoes. I also took them for a test run and so far the prognosis is good. I was afraid that my ankles would be unstable but, in fact, being able to feel every part of the trail just made it easier for my legs and feet to compensate for the uneven terrain.