10 Years of Vibram FiveFingers

10 Years of Vibram FiveFingers
A few of the earliest-sold Vibram FiveFingers - the Classic - from my collection.
2016: Rebirth of a legend, or missed opportunity? How it all began — The short version The precise timeline has been muddied by the years: when the first Fivefingers exactly hit the market is uncertain: probably around 2003 or 2004 from what I`ve… more »

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2016 Vibram FiveFingers Preview

2016 Vibram FiveFingers Preview
2016 Vibram FiveFingers Preview
Making its rounds around reddit and the rest of the web, the 2016 Vibram Fivefingers Catalogue shows off the upcoming Vibram lineup with a number of very interesting new models and colors. Read on for a run through of the new models! more »

Bole Ball Review — Tarahumara Running Game

Bole Ball Review — Tarahumara Running Game
Bole Ball Review — Tarahumara Running Game
“You bought a wooden ball?” my wife said to me with a perplexed look on her face. I tried to hold back some of my excitement as I explained to her that this was what used by the Tarahumara Indians as they traversed great distances while running through… more »

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 »

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 »

"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 »