What’s the difference between barefoot and minimalist shoes? There is often confusion around what distinguishes the two. Many people recognise that there is a difference between traditional and non-traditional footwear however, when it comes to identifying a barefoot shoe from a minimalist shoe most people are often left a little baffled. We believe there’s a big difference between barefoot and minimalist shoes.
This Wednesday we are hosting an evening of Uncommon Sense at The VIVOBAREFOOT Experience, 64 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London.
To coincide with the launch of our Spring/Summer 2012 collection as well as the update to the Neal St Store, you’re invited to an evening celebrating Uncommon Sense. Read more…
“Rocks and sand were no problem for this shoe, of course. It was built for that sort of thing.”
– Trisha Reeves from Barefoot Monologues
Since it’s release last Autumn the Neo Trail has been the shoe of choice for the off-road, trail running barefoot enthusiast. This trail specific performance shoe features our patented puncture-resistant sole that offers unprecedented proprioception for that barefoot feel and outstanding off-road grip. Read more…
The most significant breakthrough in 30 years to hit the shoe industry released.
While VIVOBAREFOOT has been a believer in “Barefoot is Best” since 2003, there is now scientific evidence to suggest this. Harvard Professor Daniel Lieberman has released his latest ground breaking research: Foot Strike and Injury Rates in Endurance Runners: a retrospective study.