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No arch support I'm afraid as they're barefoot. "This barefoot shoe has a sock-like feel for a locked-down fit, plus a Vibram® sole with nearly zero ground-to-foot separation." I have very high arches and have not had issues, if anything they have strengthened my arch, however that's a different debate. Hope that helps.
JP
· 19 February 2021
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The sole is black
areader
· 30 November 2020
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Mmm...not sure why...maybe 7.5 not stocked...???
Robert M
· 14 May 2021
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They are black
Robert Duncan
· 17 September 2018
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These are supposed to be flat barefoot shoes, but as a seasoned Vibram's Five Finger user they came a bit too thick (sole) and tight (arc) to my liking... you might say they have something like arc support by design. If you are looking to get into the minimal footwear world, this might be a good first step. If you are … see more These are supposed to be flat barefoot shoes, but as a seasoned Vibram's Five Finger user they came a bit too thick (sole) and tight (arc) to my liking... you might say they have something like arc support by design. If you are looking to get into the minimal footwear world, this might be a good first step. If you are looking for the pure barefoot experience these are not for you. see less These are supposed to be flat barefoot shoes, but as a seasoned Vibram's Five Finger user they came a bit too thick (sole) and tight (arc) to my liking... you might say they have something like arc support by design. If you are looking to get into the minimal footwear world, this might be a good first step. If you are looking for the pure barefoot experience these are not for you.
Stani Milev
· 19 February 2021
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I’m usually an 11 - i order 10.5 in these - think hey run half a size smaller all round
martin jones
· 07 December 2019
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Yes . True to size . I got a size 10 for someone who takes a 10 and they fit perfectly.
anne little
· 14 May 2021
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They are too low to keep water off them if you find yourself in puddle or step into brook, however I believe they can sustain shower or heavy rain 'cause they made of thick material. I hope it helps! :-)
Diakiese
· 20 May 2021
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Well it's about feedback.. the thinner the sole the more "sense" you have of the ground. To me (seasoned minimal footwear user) there is a big difference between even 1mm of difference. So, if you are just starting in minimal footware or you plan to do rocky terrain - go for the ticker sole... if you want to have more … see more Well it's about feedback.. the thinner the sole the more "sense" you have of the ground. To me (seasoned minimal footwear user) there is a big difference between even 1mm of difference. So, if you are just starting in minimal footware or you plan to do rocky terrain - go for the ticker sole... if you want to have more feedback in your feet - go for the thinner. Both of these will be strong enough to protect your feet from cuts and sharp objects. see less Well it's about feedback.. the thinner the sole the more "sense" you have of the ground. To me (seasoned minimal footwear user) there is a big difference between even 1mm of difference. So, if you are just starting in minimal footware or you plan to do rocky terrain - go for the ticker sole... if you want to have more feedback in your feet - go for the thinner. Both of these will be strong enough to protect your feet from cuts and sharp objects.
Stani Milev
· 19 February 2021