My family and I have been wearing barefoot shoes for years and have tested hundreds. Below is a review of the absolute best, tried-and-true barefoot shoe brands for every occasion and every member of the family.
Ballet flats are an incredibly versatile shoe for the feminine barefooter. They are classy enough to wear with a professional outfit, simple enough to wear with jeans, and somehow dressy enough to wear with a formal gown…
Softstar has over 30 years of experience in shoe making! They’ve got styles for everyone, and each is beautifully and carefully handmade in their shop. I’ve become a big fan of Softstar shoes and am so excited that they are giving away a $100 gift card to a lucky follower!
When there’s a wedding to attend many of us barefoot shoe wearers don our one pair of heels and stumble through the night, because we don’t have anything else to wear. But thankfully style has fewer boundaries these days. It is 100% possible to look sleek, feminine, and statuesque while being comfortable and aligned.
When I got rid of my orthotics I assumed I was done with insoles too. I was going all in on the barefoot movement, and
*Updated for Fall 2020!* If you’re looking for a cold weather barefoot boot, look no further! Don’t let the temperature keep you from going “barefoot.”
This list was born naturally out of the research I’ve done for my own family. We live in Iowa where the winters are harsh and
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
There are many men out there in need of a shoe to wear to work, weddings, or church without sticking out like a sore thumb. Amazingly, shoemakers are rising to the challenge and just in the last year alone several new styles have been developed.