An extensive review of the Evo by barefoot ultra marathon runner Jason Robillard.
Terra Plana Vivo Barefoot’s new Evo – Is this the ultimate minimalist running shoe?
Here is a very brief summary of the review:
“Very good shoe, I would rate it as being slightly better than Vibram’s KSO. The EVO would be a good winter and trail shoe. Ground feel isn’t as good as KSOs, but offers better traction and protection. Toe box allows foot to splay, allows foot to function naturally within shoe. It’s not as good as running barefoot, but I think it is the best minimalist shoe available as of March 2010. After testing the shoe in many conditions, I have no problem justifying the cost.”
Check out the full review on Jason’s blog at the Barefoot Chronicles.
Jason Robillard over at Barefoot Running University has written a very thorough review of our Vivobarefoot Evo shoe. For those with less time on their hands there’s a great summary at the beginning of the posting!
Click on the image below to read it.
A very positive review of the Evo.
“What makes the Evo great? The fact that is doesn’t do anything and that’s the beauty. All it does is protect the foot.”
Visit My Tree of Life blog to read the full article.
Look out for the VivoBarefoot Aqua that the runner is wearing in the new Visa advert:
The Cobbler’s Child, and Terra Plana’s very own Galahad Clark, is featured in an article about small businesses around the world and the entrepreneurs that keep them going.
Definately worth a read, for the full article go to the Time website.
The VivoBarefoot Dharma was featured in Tim Ferriss’ Random Episode 8 – 2010 Resolutions with Kevin Rose.
Read the blog or watch the video (skip to 26:45 for the Terra Plana feature)