Tagged: minimalist

Nathan VaporKrar 4L Race Vest

Nathan VaporKrar 4L Race Vest Review

One essential piece of running gear for any trail runner is the hydration vest. The perfect vest needs to have a comfortable secure fit, a good hydration set up, and plenty of easily accessible...

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. ...

Invest in Feet

If you have ever wanted to invest in a shoe company, here is your chance. Vivobarefoot is on a mission to make the perfect shoe and they want you to be part of it. They...

Skora Tempo

Skora Tempo Review

I have a love-hate relationship with minimalist running shoes. I love the weightlessness and “one-with-the-road” feel that you get…but I hate the jarring that can come along with the minimal cushioning. The Tempo just might be...

Pearl Izumi EM Road NO

Pearl Izumi EM Road N0 Shoe Review

  Pearl Izumi is a brand I am more familiar with for the triathlete; but as we all know, running is part of a triathlon, so I was excited to test out the Pearl...

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...

New Balance Minimus Zero Trail (MT00) Shoe Review

DISCLAIMER:  Minimalist footwear requires adapting your body to a different way of running and strengthening muscles that are not regularly used by most people.  Be sure to ease into this kind of footwear and...

Patagonia Fore Runner Review

The Fore Runner marks Patagonia’s entry into the minimalist trail running category; because it does have some weight, cushion, and drop, I suspect the Fore Runner was created for a different reason, namely as...