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Thursday, February 15, 2007

FiveFingers Log Board Workout - video

I use the environs of Hansen Dam and the Verdugo Mountains (both are one mile away from my front door, one North the other South) as my testing grounds. I have learned to run barefoot on all the surfaces that nature provides in this area, and that ends up being a lot of different surfaces.

The log board workout is one of my favorites. It can be done barefoot, but it is not nearly as much fun when you have to worry about splinters. With my FiveFingers on, I can surf the logs, i.e., log-boarding!



PS. I hope to soon get some video footage of another throwback to early skateboarding. Remember skateboarding in washes? Stay tuned.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

when do these new fivefingers come out, home, much do, they cost, and do they make size 7 and a half?

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which size do you would recommend for the new sprint style, like the fivefingers classic (you have sneaker size 43 and take a pair of fivefingers in 42)?

One size down from regular shoes?

tom from germany

Friday, February 16, 2007

Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

Hi Ted,

The Sprints will be available by 23 FEB on line with a suggested retail is
$80. We will be shipping new styles to selected dealers in the US next week
For the size, I would refer to the size conversion chart on line.

For Tom in Germany, I would order the same size in the Sprints as the

Thanks Ted, the log board looks interesting!!

Have a great day!

Kind regards,
Cary, Vibram USA

Friday, February 16, 2007

Blogger Jamil said...

I love these videos! Keep em coming!

Friday, February 16, 2007

Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

I can't help myself.

The area I run in is so beautiful, and I am so lucky to be able to run here, I just love trying to capture some of these amazing-moments in one way or another.

They may only inspire me, but they do inspire me. Odd, perhaps, but true.

In the end, it is always fun to try and capture the perfect moment...visually.

Movement seems to be able to say something more fundamental than words.


Friday, February 16, 2007


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