Originally Posted by Deuce
I'm not too sure about that sole, but this is an interesting development for sure. I'm still using my issue Bellevilles for paintball but only because I don't like stopping mid game to pull grass and debris out of my VFF.
I'm guessing that if you're good with wearing VFFs for for paintball (i.e. you are comfortable with the feel of the ground) but, you don't want or need individual toe compartments, these could be good for you. That is, unless the toe box doesn't let your toes spread far enough laterally. If the sole is a bit thicker then it might cut your sensitivity down some but, probably leagues ahead of any issue boot.
Originally Posted by agentSmith
I'm going for a pair of these, I've been checking into them. The reviews say they don't quite match the feel of the 5fingers, but that helps a bit in protection. I hope to have them by the end of the month. They also come in black and airforce green.
Belleville worked with vibram(5fingers and soles for most other boots), so I'm optimistic!
I probably will soon as well.
Originally Posted by Mr. Hick
funny how it looks like they are just bringing jungles (the real ones, not the new desert boots that look like jungle rip offs) back with a different sole. I modded my jungles very similar to these back before the aftermarket really took off for foot wear. they even had slim vibram soles... I think I will have to try and find a pair. I need some good summer work boots with vents.
The original jungle boots were all about minimalist uppers simply due to heat and moisture associated with those environments so, so it only makes sense.