Barefoot Shoe Brands In Your Region Of The World

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The barefoot lifestyle is a global movement with brands all over the world! And most barefoot shoe brands ship internationally, which means lots of options. But if you would like to order from a store that is close to home check this list of barefoot shoe brands by region.

For lots more barefoot shoe lists by category be sure to check out my Shoe Lists page! And then head on over to the Reviews section for in-depth reviews of over 100 different models and brands.


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Middle East

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Latin America

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22 thoughts on “Barefoot Shoe Brands In Your Region Of The World”

  1. I’d love recommendations for footwear for a European trip (several weeks, LOTS of walking and cobblestones etc) I feel my Vivo Geo racers just won’t give me enough cushioning for those long walking days. I’m in Australia so very limited options, not many places to try-on, usually have to order online then return if fit no good $$! And they’ll need to be dual purpose, go with most outfits in any settings (not too utilitarian looking!)😊

    1. Hmmmmmm I was going to say Lems, because those are available from a few different Australian retailers but they are quite casual. After Lems I would say any Be Lenka winter boots – those models are built on a fairly thick sole for a barefoot shoe and offer more cushion. The Entice for example is a good multipurpose style. Assuming your trip is during the coming cooler months and the fleece won’t be too hot.

  2. Hi Anya,
    I’m looking for barefoot slides for home. Can’t go barefoot on a bare floor during the winter.
    Any recommendations for slides?

  3. Hi Anya. First of all thanks a lot for your work. I really appreciate it. You really are a barefoot warrior!
    Today i wanted to ask you about Canadian Moccassins maker and seller the brown bear/ Moccassins canada/ healthy & grounded. Are their moccassins really barefoot?
    My doubt is in the toebox shape, which makes me wonder if they do permit a natural toe splay. Again, thanks a lot!

    1. Hi there, I don’t have any personal experience with Brown Bear. They look decent and probably will stretch some, but don’t seem to have a very wide toe box. Thank you for the kind words!

  4. Hi, Anya! Thanks for the great source of information about barefoot shoes. I’m living in Japan and was trying to buy my first pair, looking for some inexpensive options 😄 unfortunately I got scammed by one site which claims to be Groundies in Tokyo, just want to warn others in case they might occasionally be in the same boat as myself. Their site is https://www. groundies tokyo .com/
    I’ve contacted official and they confirmed that they do not have any other official retailers
    Stay safe everyone and don’t make a mistake like me 🥹

    1. oh darn! Those sites keep popping up, they take a barefoot shoe brand name and then add a country or region at the end… They are all scams. and are real, but xeroshoescanada or xeroshoeseurope are fake. Brands only sell from their official website or with retailers, none have outlet websites.

  5. Anya, I’ve been wearing different types of minimal shoes for several years. I own several pairs of Carets, Lems, Luna, etc. I’m always trying to research the best mix of “non-barefoot looking shoes” that are flexible, wide and flat. I hate buying shoes only to find that they don’t fit or don’t have the characteristics I’m looking for. Your site has been very helpful in narrowing the search and informative overall.

    Thanks for your help making the journey easier. The bonus – I noticed a few retailers in Toronto that I wasn’t aware of!


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