Get the Lems Mariner for $50

Get the Lems Mariner for $50
Get the Lems Mariner for $50
Remember our Lems Mariner review? Been on the fence about buying a pair? Well you might be in luck. Go to Lems' clearance page here. You'll see various Lems on clearance. Click through to either the "camel" or "sand" mariners which are listed at $80.… more »

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Vibram FiveFingers KMD EVO Review

Vibram FiveFingers KMD EVO Review
Vibram FiveFingers KMD EVO Review
Vibram has expanded their "EVO-fication" of the FiveFingers line with the release of the FiveFingers KMD EVO, which is what we'll be reviewing today. Other "EVO" VFFs to date include the KSO EVO, the Bikila EVO, and the Bikila EVO WP (the waterproof… more »

Z-Trek 20% Off Sale Ending!

Z-Trek 20% Off Sale Ending!
Z-Trek 20% Off Sale Ending!
If you hadn't made a decision, the Xero Shoes Z-Trek launch sale only is only going to last until midnight tonight! As of 2PM EDT, it's only got about 11 hours to go and if you buy now, you'll get 20% off on your purchase, making these $59.99 MSRP… more »

Meet Xero Shoes Z-Trek (Chaco-like) Minimalist Sandal

Meet Xero Shoes Z-Trek (Chaco-like) Minimalist Sandal
Meet Xero Shoes Z-Trek (Chaco-like) Minimalist Sandal
Have you heard the news? Xero Shoes has created a new minimalist sandal that truly breaks from their signature huarache innovations and goes toe-to-toe against the uber-popular strappy sandals you likely used to wear (Chacos, Tevas, etc.). It's called… more »

Vibram Bikila EVO WP Review

Vibram Bikila EVO WP Review
Vibram Bikila EVO WP Review
Featuring a waterproof membrane, Ice Trek rubber, and a lace system, the Biklia EVO WP is Vibram’s first water-proof shoe! Based on the Bikila EVO platform, Vibram made many design changes for the WP to make it waterproof and relatively weather-proof… more »

"Forget Barefoot," Meet Maximalist Shoes

"Forget Barefoot," Meet Maximalist Shoes
"Forget Barefoot," Meet Maximalist Shoes
On the heels of last week's news that Vibram is being sued by the Bikila family comes an article in the New York Times titled Forget Barefoot; New Trendsetter, if Not Pacesetter, Is Cushioning (Screenshot above). Oh how the pendulum swings!… more »