Nov 20, 2013 | 28 comments »
It's been getting colder these last few weeks here in Atlanta--point of fact, the lows for at least a couple days this past week have been in the 20s! That's unseasonably chilly for the South (It's called "Hotlanta" for a reason!), and by extension, I've been shifting away from the ultra-minimalist shoes (Sorry Sensori!) in my closet to footwear that provides a little more protection from the elements.
Thankfully, these days there are a decent number of options available to keep my feet biomechanically happy and temperature-comfortable. The cold need not be the arch-nemesis of healthy feet! Point of fact, we've reviewed a handful of "minimalist/barefoot boots" — everything from the Lems Boulder, to the Vivo Barefoot Gobi (Note: you can get the Gobi for 45% off right now — ~$80), or the Vivo Barefoot Offroad Hi (if you need some aggressive tread).
And today, I'll be talking about a new minimalist boot for winter 2013/2014: the Vivo Barefoot Scott. The Scott is a winter-ready boot that Vivo Barefoot sent my way to test and review, which is exactly what follows ... after the jump!