Where Can I Find Stretchy, Breathable Knit Shoes?

A top down view of a family of 4 all wearing stretchy knit barefoot shoes. Saguaro, Vivobarefoot, Freet, and Reima are all the brands with wide toe box knit shoes

We love a good stretchy shoe! It can make finding a good fit a lot easier to have an upper material that’s forgiving like knit, and in the summer, they let your feet breathe. If you have bunions, these could be a good option to help prevent uncomfortable pinch points. We’ve rounded up all the stretchy sock-like knit shoes in the barefoot shoe universe for you below.

Top down view of Freet Pace mesh vegan barefoot sneakers in grey being worn by a person standing on concrete. The extra wide toe box for balance and stability is displayed

FreetAnyaFreet10 for 10% off. Several models are a soft and stretchy knit. We especially like Pace and Howgill.

Top down view of wide toe box barefoot running shoes from Lono Wear. The mesh stretchy sneakers are comfortable and affordable

Lono FlowANYASREVIEWS for 5% off

A top down view of a pair of feet standing on concrete. One is bare and the other is wearing Saguaro cheap barefoot sneakers

Saguaro FreeANYASREVIEWS for 15% off. These come in all sizes, my kids and I both love them. The Free and Smart model in my opinion have the best feel.

Close up side profile of Vivobarefoot Motus Flex in white, a soft stretchy barefoot shoe with a super minimal sole

Vivobarefoot Motus FlexVBANYA10 for 10% off

A close up side view of a pair of feet standing on grass wearing grey Wildling nebula barefoot shoes with a stretchy knitted wool upper

Wildling Shoes Nebula – AWN_ANYA for a one time free shipping offer. If you live outside the US/Canada, shop Wildling Shoes here.

Reima Barefoot kids sneakers in black

Reima AsteluANYA20 for 20% off your first purchase. We find these to run a little big. But the quality and comfort are excellent for the price – our team is really loving them for kids of all ages.

Others that are nice and easy to wear, but a little more structured and not as sock like are the following:

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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!

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