Vibram Men's V-Train 2.0 in Black Blue

Regular price $130.00

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The V-Train 2.0 is the perfect tool for serious trainers and functional athletes.

  • Good level of ground feel and protection with good toe articulation for great balance and active stability
  • Upper construction specifically designed for heavy training, focused on durability and performance
  • Distinctive rope traction lugs in the arch
  • Update panel lacing system with a Hook+Loop closure system, with new softer feel. Perfect for aggressive, lateral movements
  • XS Trek rubber compound for all around performance both indoor and outdoor


  • Next Generation V-Train
  • Weight: M43 = 7.8 oz.
  • Sole Spec: • INSOLE: 2mm EVA Footbed + Polyester Sockliner • MIDSOLE: N/A • RUBBER: 4 MM XS Trek rubber outsole compound
  • Upper Material: Polyester, Lateral TPU Panels
  • Machine Wash Cold / Air Dry


V-Train 2.0

Vibram XS Trek is a technical compound that allows great overall performance qualities, in particular flexibility and wet traction. Highly responsive to the various demands of life, XS Trek will carry you from the trail to the urban playground and even across a range of indoor activities, thanks to its non-marking feature.



  • Optimal balance of traction and durability
  • Responsive on unpredictable terrain
  • Engineered for stability and comfort

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Paul Wolf
Soles thin, baby toe hard to fit in

The V-train 2.0 has thin soles. On the jagged Great Highway San Francisco bike path, it is not comfortable because the asphalt is somewhat chewed up. However it is fine on the smooth Great Highway car road which has been closed off for hikers and runners since the beginning of the pandemic.
These shoes will not work well on rocky trails. Too bad they can't make a model with thicker soles for rocky trails like at Mt. Tam.
The baby toe especially on my right foot is hard to get into. I have noticed that the length of people's baby toes can vary a lot.
Vibram's main old competitor Fila Skeletoes had only four toes, the last two in one pocket. Now i know why. They figured out that it would be easier to get on and it was somewhat more comfortable on those last two toes. --
The Skeletoes had a thicker sole model as well. I thought they were great shoes and one third the price of Vibrams. But Vibram sued Fila for they say patent infringement but the truth is it was actually because Vibram wanted a monopoly on the toe shoes so they could keep their price three times higher. The court documents were kept a secret probably because Vibram paid them to get out of their market. That is all speculation of course but that is what it appears to be.