I don't know about that specific brand of toe shoes. I have a pair of vibrams that I love because of the extreme minimalism but I've seen several other brands of toe shoes that were fairly padded which defeats the purpose of them being toe shoes haha.
Anyway, the one thing you have to watch out for with toe shoes is getting your toes caught on something. In my experience it's an extremely small concern but I also trained barefoot prior to owning vibrams. You just need to be conscious of what your toes are doing in moves like wall runs and cat leaps. The grip on vibrams is great, but I can't speak for the other brand.
Also if you're unused to training barefoot be careful not to hurt your feet. They might not be strong enough at first to handle a lot of training without support (which is actually a problem caused by wearing padded shoes, go figure) so just take it easy and see how it feels.