Vibram FiveFingers CVT Hemp Trail Shoes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

When it comes to replicating the barefoot running experience, no brand has built a cult following quite like the team at Vibram. Now their beloved FiveFingers get the trail shoe treatment in the Vibram FiveFingers CVT Hemp.

Vibrams are great for running, and now they look to continue to grow their presence with the introduction of a hemp constructed, casual lifestyle shoe. Rather than sporting those vibrant colors that have been all the rage on the gym scene, these shoes are sporting an upper constructed from a hemp/polyester blend that is both comfortable and breathable, while still being extremely durable at the same time. The bottom is constructed from the same Vibram material you know and love. The brand is looking to release these minimalist trail shoes in August with a price tag of $100.

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