Unshoes Uinta + Keota Sandals

Unshoes is a reliable minimalist shoe brand with a good selection of summer sandals available (see my other Unshoes reviews here). Here I am reviewing and comparing the Uinta Sandal …

Unshoes Saffron + GIVEAWAY

**Giveaway is closed ** I’ve been doing a lot of posts recently on cute, affordable shoes for women, and it’s great to find minimalist-friendly options made by “normal” shoe brands. …

Unshoes Traverse Boots

*Unshoes sent me these boots to review, but the opinions expressed here are my own* The Unshoes Traverse Boots make me think of fall just looking at them. I see …

Unshoes Terra Vida

I snagged these Natural Terra Vida slip ons during an Unshoes sale, and had the good fortune to speak directly with Terral Fox before placing my order. They have a …

Women’s Winter Boot Roundup

*Updated for Fall/Winter 2019!* If you’re looking for a cold weather barefoot boot, look no further! Here is a pretty extensive list of what is available. I have not tried …

How to Wear Boots: The Barefoot Edition

We of the minimalist shoe community are lucky to have quite a selection of boots available to us (see here). So you’re sure to find something that matches your life …

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sales on Barefoot Shoes

** Last updated for Cyber Monday 12/2/19 11:45am CST** Barefoot shoes brands don’t do a lot of crazy sales, because typically they’re smaller companies without that kind of wiggle room. …

Softstar Sawyer Shoes

I spend a lot of time in the Minimalist Shoe community, discussing with other foot nerds what’s available and what we’d like to see become available. In these circles, the …

What Exactly is a Barefoot Shoe?

I started wearing orthotics at the age of 9, so when my bestie Miranda told me she ran in sandals I was pretty confused. She explained the idea behind it, …

What My Kids Are Wearing This Summer

This summer we tried out a few new shoes and found new favorites in the process! Vivobarefoot Ultra ($45-$55) We’ve been wearing these shoes for a couple years now. They’re …