Foot pain is a quick way to end your running career. So if you run you probably care about your shoes! In this review we cover our 10 favorite barefoot running shoes, why we think they’re better, and practical tips for transitioning to them.
Groundies Performance sneakers have the appearance of a wedge heel so you can get that retro sneaker vibe and still be aligned and comfortable! With the help of my friends, I tested and reviewed all 3 new models.
Mukishoes is a barefoot shoe brand that is committed to sustainability. I had the opportunity to test out 4 models from the spring 2022 collection and am reviewing them here!
Wildling Shoes, one of my favorite barefoot shoe brands, has released their warm weather collection for the year. Get to know the new collection in this Wildling Shoes Spring Summer 2022 Review!
Carets is a barefoot shoe brand that has artfully combined the features of a minimalist shoe with a design that looks very much like a traditional shoe. And they have now done it with a women’s shoe.
It’s the April 2021 edition of Fashion, But Make it Barefoot! Check out all the ways you can wear barefoot shoes and still be stylish.
Wildling Shoes are a favorite in our house. They have a lot going for them; a unique look, a dedication to sustainability, good company ethics. And that’s not to mention their light-as-air feeling and barefoot qualities!
Altra Running Shoes are a great first step into the barefoot shoe world: They have a foot-shaped toe box, zero drop sole, and durable outsole that protects you from the elements. The Lone Peak is Altra’s most versatile line that can be used for hiking, trail running, and every day activities.
Whitin barefoot shoes are some of the cheapest available, but how do they stack up? Check out this review of Whitin’s $40 sneakers to find out if I consider them to be Anya approved as a natural footwear option.
Groundies Urban Barefootwear has some of the best styles available for men and women in the barefoot shoe world. They offer an impressive number of styles across multiple categories; including vegan options. Read on for my full review of the Groundies Palermo leather lace-up.
Doc Martens have a quintessential style, but they’re not great if you want strong functional feet the rest of your life. Check out my selection below of barefoot-approved combat boots that have all the grungy style and none of the foot deforming features
Carets Barefoot Dress Shoes are zero drop, wide, and dressy enough for professional work environments and black tie events. If you want the benefits of barefoot shoes without compromising on style, you need to check these puppies out!
Wildling Shoes makes the most flexible barefoot shoes in the world, for every day AND winter. They are lightweight, soft, and somehow also warm and water resistant. Read on for the full review of these incredible shoes.
The Vivobarefoot Tracker is one of the best barefoot hiking boots around. Traction, durability AND a flat, flexible sole make them a shoe that can do it all…
I used to think good shoes were ugly. Little did I know there was an entire market of healthy footwear that didn’t squish your toes, and still looked like normal shoes! In this series we’re going to find barefoot alternatives to popular styles.
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I first discovered barefoot shoes after a long history of foot issues. By changing my footwear and strengthening my body I was able to completely transform my life. Anya’s Reviews is my way of sharing with the world that healthy feet are happy feet!