April 20, 2015 by Nikolaj Kildeby
"I’ve learned that barefoot is not only about running but also how we should move in the everyday living..."
Several years ago after a lot of various running injuries I finally decided to go for barefoot running. It started out with a pair of FF but these have recently been switched with a pair of the Navy blue VIVOBAREFOOT Stealth and it will be a cold day in hell before I make the switch back again. I've convinced my wife, a trail runner, of the benefits with barefoot running and she started out with a good looking pair of VIVOBAREFOOT Trail Freaks a couple of years ago and she has run injury free ever since. I’ve learned that barefoot is not only about running but also how we should move in the everyday living and I therefore invested in a pair of black VIVOBAREFOOT Ra II. I wear the shoes for all non-running activities and they look and feel great. I will try the VIVOBAREFOOT Gobi II next just to get around the whole VIVO experience. My wife seconds my choice and has already put down an order for the VIVOBAREFOOT Gobi II Eco-Suide as her new everyday shoes. Read More
April 07, 2015 by Lucie Zona
I have a passion for running longer trails. For me, it is a symbol of joy, mental cleansing and active relaxation to run about 25 kilometres throughout fields, forests and meadows. It is already the second year that I run only barefoot. In doing this, I’ve improved my running technique and made sure that I can experience nature fully when I run wearing barefoot shoes. Read More
April 02, 2015 by Landon Faulkner
The days are getting longer, the afternoons are warmer and the cold of winter is beginning to give way to a new season. Spring is in the air and with it comes new life, new goals and new expectations. If you’re like me, the excitement of running is renewed after a long winter of cold and dark miles. The extra daylight and warmth of a springtime sun is rejuvenating and exciting. Whether you’re getting ready for race season or running for fun, here are a few tips to help you make the most of every mile. Read More