You say tomato, I say...wait, does anyone really say tom-ah-to?

The waters are a little muckier with the Italian rubber outsole giant. We promise, we won't judge ... but apparently there IS a right way to pronounce Vibram.  Oh, and full disclosure, we've been saying it the wrong way for many, many years.

What about you? 

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