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Vivo Barefoot One Review

Vivo Barefoot One Review
Vivobarefoot released several new models in 2013, and being the owner of several Vivo shoes, I was excited to have the opportunity to test out the new One. I was curious to see how the Ones would stack up against my existing lineup of Vivobarefoot shoe… more »

VivoBarefoot Rooty Kids Minimalist Shoe Review

VivoBarefoot Rooty Kids Minimalist Shoe Review
A review of the Vivo Barefoot Rooty minimalist shoes for young kids. These are leather-upper, velcro-fastening shoes that seem to hold up well to three-to-four year old abuse (that exacted by my 4-year-old daughter!). If you're after healthy shoe options for your kids, these are worth checking out! more »

Breatho Trail Vivo Barefoot Shoe Review

Breatho Trail Vivo Barefoot Shoe Review
I'm planning on doing a GoRuck Challenge (GRC) in a few months, and I was at a loss for what type of shoe to use. For those of you not familiar with the GRC, it is a 12 hour "adventure" designed by the GoRuck company to test their back packs, which… more »

Vivo Barefoot Gobi Boot Review

Vivo Barefoot Gobi Boot Review
With the success of Vivo Barefoot's ultra-popular "Ra" comes the release of a Ra-like ankle high leather boot called the Gobi. Vivo shot me a pair of these Gobis to test out, and I'm happy to oblige ? these boots are comfortable, make my feet happy, an… more »

Review Vivo Barefoot Hybrid Golf Shoes

Review Vivo Barefoot Hybrid Golf Shoes
Over the past year, we've seen the barefoot shoe market expand to golf. While almost any barefoot shoe can be used for golf (and I've golfed in most of mine), the nature of their minimal design means barefoot shoes are often missing several key attribu… more »

Review Vivo Barefoot Aqua Lite Shoes

Review Vivo Barefoot Aqua Lite Shoes
If you're after a good-looking barefoot/minimalist shoe that has everyday versatility, top-notch ground feel, and allows you to preserve your natural bio-mechanics, posture, and "barefoot" movement, the VIVO BAREFOOT Aqua Lite is worth your serious consideration. more »

VivoBarefoot Off Road Hi Boot Review

VivoBarefoot Off Road Hi Boot Review
Sometimes you just need an old fashioned hiking boot. But you don?t have to settle for the traditional kind. The Off Road Hi boots are VivoBarefoot?s minimalist version. I was intrigued by the minimalist boot idea since boots tend to drag… more »

Women's VIVO BAREFOOT Ultra Review

Women's VIVO BAREFOOT Ultra Review
I think I laughed out loud when I saw these purple Vivo Ultras! They look like someone took a hexagonal hole punch to a pair of Crocs...not a fan of Crocs. Vivo says, ?Innovation at its best, the Ultra is a 3 in 1 chameleon shoe i… more »

VivoBarefoot Ultras the Ultimate Travel Shoe

VivoBarefoot Ultras the Ultimate Travel Shoe
Nicholas leaps off some ruins in Pompeii in his VivoBarefoot Ultras.
Guest post by Nicholas Hind Birthday Shoes originally opened my eyes to the world of minimalist footwear through a link about reebok's sponsorship of Crossfit and it's upcoming shoe range. As an avid crossfitter this piqued my interest and now I'm ho… more »

Vivo Barefoot Ultra Review

Vivo Barefoot Ultra Review
Imagine a minimalist shoe that is lightweight, has a plus-sized toe box, breathes well, provides good ground feel, has virtually no seams, and is basically a sole that wraps the entirety of your foot. What would such a shoe look like? Well, it'd look… more »

Vivo Barefoot Achilles Review (Minimalist Sandals)

The Vivo Barefoot Achilles — a modern interpretation of huaraches minimalist running sandals.
The Vivo Barefoot Achilles — a modern interpretation of huaraches minimalist running sandals.
Guest review by James SavageI have been running in homemade 4mm-thick soled huaraches for eight months now and enjoying them very much, but I'm always on the lookout for something even better. I was intrigued when I learned Vivobarefoot would be rel… more »

Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Oaks Review

The Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Oak Lace-up Wallaby shoe.  It's minimalist status comes from it's diminuitive sole - only 4.5 mm thick.  It is also foot friendly with a wide toe-box.
The Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Oak Lace-up Wallaby shoe. It's minimalist status comes from it's diminuitive sole - only 4.5 mm thick. It is also foot friendly with a wide toe-box.
I bought a new pair of minimalist shoes I hope to wear for more work-like dress — the Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Oak lace-up Wallaby a.k.a. Vivo Barefoot Oaks or just Oaks. I got them from Endless on sale for about $100, and if you've ever bought T… more »

Vivo Barefoot Evo Barefoot Running Shoe Review

The Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Evo Running Shoe - Just released in Spring 2010
The Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Evo Running Shoe - Just released in Spring 2010
A review and first look at the new barefoot running shoe from Terra Plana, the Vivo Barefoot Evo, which provides a minimalist shoe with no arch support that fosters a natural running form. more »

Reviewing the Vivo Barefoot Aqua from Terra Plana

Above, in the box, is a pair of Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Aquas.  Nice packaging for a nice barefoot shoe alternative to Vibram Five Fingers.
Above, in the box, is a pair of Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot Aquas. Nice packaging for a nice barefoot shoe alternative to Vibram Five Fingers.
The market for "barefoot shoes" is small. It's in this context that it doesn't take long to discover the main minimalist footwear options and manufacturers. You've got Vibram Five Fingers, but you've also got companies like FeelMax or perhaps you're he… more »