Tagged: barefoot

Lems Boulder Boot Review

A Packable Boot Lems Shoes believes that you don’t need to be some environmentalist who survives on organic granola and berries to know that going natural can have its benefits. The Boulder Boot is...

VivoBarefoot Scott Boot Review

VivoBarefoot has been making wonderful options for those, like me, who prefer to wear minimally built shoes that give your feet lots of room to move and feel the ground in a natural way. ...

VIVOBAREFOOT GOBI II

VIVOBAREFOOT Gobi II Review

In the summer, when I don’t have a pair of  running shoes or bike shoes on, you will probably find me in a pair of flip flops. Unfortunately, when winter rolls around, I resort...

Merrell Barefoot Run Vapor Glove

Merrell Barefoot Run Vapor Glove Review

As an active proponent of minimalist footwear, I am always excited to try a new offering in the category. I had a mostly positive experience with their first barefoot shoe but had a few...

New Balance Minimus 10v2 Review

New Balance has long been on the forefront of the barefoot movement, and continues to be with their latest addition, the Minimus 10v2. As the name suggests, this is the second version of the...

New Balance Minimus 10V2 Trail Shoe Review

New Balance’s Minimus 10 Trail V2 has very few, if any, major changes from the first installment. They feature a Vibram sole, 4mm drop, lightweight uppers, and a seamless barefoot-friendly interior – all weighing...

Merrell Sonic Glove Review

  Get outside in the Sonic Glove. So let’s face it. The latest craze is barefoot running. Love it or hate it, it’s the “in” thing right now, and companies all over the globe...

Ecco Biom A (Textile) 2.2 Review

Biom – dare to be looked at. But don’t fall over. Ecco. Not the first name that comes to mind when the words “running company” are uttered. Yet any time a company puts a...