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I recently wrote an article on Traditional Tabi Boots and what Tabi Boots are best to train in. If you intreated read here http://ensomartialarts.com/what-tabi-boots/
Hey dude, there are split toe trainers on the market (Nike Rift etc) that are supposedly aimed at Traceurs, but these are generally discounted in favour of simpler "feelier" shoes like the air dart, or lightweights like the merrell waterpro. Tabi are pretty good for parkour, but be sure to get a tight fit, some good breathable tabi socks (not too thick) and don't even bother with the boots that are like ultra-cheap, as the bottoms can fall off after some heavy grip on walls and stuff. I have seen some ninjutsu practitioners pull some crazy movement even in the full length boots and such. If you want a pair of tabi for parkour then I can personally recommend these bad-boys. http://www.ayyawear.com/store/footwear/tabi/spiral-tabi-lowcut I got some of these lowcuts quite recently, and not only do they make you look like you are an actual ninja (oh yeah they do), but they are very comfortable and grippy. peace
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