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Best Shoe for Parkour? Parkour Shoe Review – Feiyue
In this video we give a review over the Feiyue shoe. This shoe is a very popular choice in the parkour, tricking, and martial arts communities.
This shoe is great for parkour training for a few reasons.
1. They are very inexpensive. You can find a pair of these shoes for between15-25$ online.
2. They are very thin and light. A thin soled, flexible shoe is great for training because this allows us to really dial in the technique with our jumps, landings, and precisions.
3. Comfortable and versatile. These shoes are super comfortable, great to wear around for day to day activities and are great shoes for tricking and martial arts.
The only downside to this shoe is the sole wears down very quickly. These shoes will only last you 2-5 months depending on how hard you are training. They wear out the fastest when performing wall runs.
If you are just getting into parkour or train parkour frequently I’d recommend checking out these shoes. Honestly the best shoes I have worn and the price can’t be beat. My brother and I have been training with Feiyues for over 8 years now and still love these shoes.
You can pick up a pair from American Parkour’s website above.
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