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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

FiveFingers Tight-Rope

You ask, "what can I do in those FiveFingers that I can't do in my regular running shoes?"

My answer: "This!"

The FiveFingers let your feet do what feet do, i.e., really flex, really feel, and still get the bonus of a little protection which goes a long way in some jumping down onto rocks, or if you go the wrong way, onto yucca and cactus!


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Blogger Michael said...

I've finally found someone who will ship me FiveFingers to Austria in a reasonable timeframe, and I'm really looking forward to them. Thanks for the intersting post :-)

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you could fall and bust your ----get off that pipe you could knock an eyeball out too!
from your Mama!

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

Since posting this blog, I have come to learn about a sport called slack line walking, or slack lining.


Tony Post, president of Vibram USA, in response to this blog wrote:

Thanks for the link BT, don't know if you have seen FiveFingers getting used
in Slack Lining yet, but they are quickly becoming a product of choice for
that activity.

When I was in SLC, I gave a pair of Sprints to a guy who's in a lot of
Warren Miller movies. They are filming some slack lining and adventure
stuff in Hawaii the next 2 months and he'll be sending some video of that.
I'll pass it along or post it on the site when we get it.


I find that balance sports really build the core. Balance and relax.


Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

Just did some more researh on slack lining .

It turns out that one of the originals, a guy named Scott Balcom, grew up near me and was friends with people I know!

I went to his website, , and found photos of him slack lining in the 1980s in places where I hung out.

It is a small world.


PS. I want to learn how to do what Scott is doing in this photo:

Wednesday, February 14, 2007


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