Review: Earth Runners Circadian with Conductive Laces and Circadian Slip-On
The latest update to the Circadian from Earth Runners and its casual slip-on version are excellent huaraches for a variety of activities.
The Circadian gets a revised strapping system and conductive nylon laces. These updates have catapulted the… more »
Earth Runners Alpha X and Circadian X Running Sandals Review
For the last month, I have been testing out two of the latest sandals from Earth Runners: The Alpha X with leather laces and the Circadian X with leather laces and conductive inserts.
I believe they are some of the most handsome-looking huaraches on… more »
I love huaraches. I've raced in the bare minimum clothes and bare minimum shoes you could have without being naked. I wore them for my first marathon. Heck, huaraches have even started to take over as my default CrossFit shoe on days where any running i… more »
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