Originally Posted by MrGlass01
give them a good wash with a degreasing dish soap and warm water. There is some slickness to vibram when they are new and I have found this to help to bring out the grip. I thought they were slick too, then i found a trak at the course. uber grippy, then i washed mine and they got a ton better.
This is pretty much what I do whenever I get a new Vibram (or a used one that I haven't held before). I use just plain ol' dish soap and a mildly abrasive sponge and scrub the whole disc then rinse it off and dry.
The person that first advised me to do this said something about the discs some how ending up with a slippery residue when finishing the manufacturing process that doesn't always get removed. I am not sure if he's right, but I don't see a huge reason that it couldn't be without Steven telling us otherwise.
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