Shamma Sandals is a family operation based in Santa Cruz, CA, with every pair completely handmade there. Running is at the heart of what they do, but their sandals can be used for walking, hiking, and everyday…
Belenka, one of my favorite minimalist shoe brands, has been launching new models like they’re running out of time. One of their most popular releases this year is the Prime, a new barefoot leather sneaker…
The Addis is a leather sneaker, casual enough for every day wear and dressy enough for business casual outfits. But the thing that drew me to them was the shape of the toe box. The Addis is made on a wider mold and has a more rounded toe box than Vivo’s other styles…
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.
The Icon All Year is a simple everyday barefoot shoe for men and women. The classic chukka design made with high quality leather lends itself to being dressed up, making this an excellent choice for someone wanting to wear barefoot shoes to the office.
This summer I tried A LOT of sandals, far more than any one person should own. Most of them I purchased myself, some I returned, some I sold, and some I wear only occasionally. But which ones do I reach for over and over? The following are my top 5 most worn sandals of summer 2019.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Feelgrounds, Zaqq Piquant, Vivobarefoot Court, Sole Runner, Splay Thundercloud, Sole Runner Callisto, Vivobarefoot Ra For me, the casual
The new Vivobarefoot Geo Court is the PERFECT leather sneaker. They’re that exact blend of sporty and simple that makes it possible to pair them with everything, but without compromising on foot health.
*Since writing this review I’ve tried one more Zaqq shoe! Check out my impressions of their studded ballet flat in this post* A few months