You can view the original article at MSN.com. Here’s what they said about us:
Running barefoot through virgin forests or along deserted beaches is the stuff of dreams for even the most reluctant runner – but try going shoeless along an urban street or in a gym and you’ll find that the fantasy vanishes pretty quickly.
Vivobarefoot could well be the next best thing. Developed in conjunction with barefoot running coach Lee Saxby, the Neo is a high performance trainer which is light and comfortable and includes a colourful funky design so it also works well as a fashion shoe. From about £82.
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At this time of year the internet is bursting with blogs and articles about New Year’s resolutions. Although we are not renowned for our conventional stance on modern lifestyle (cue VIVOBAREFOOT) I stumbled upon a refreshing post, by Katrina Holigores from Soul Train about barefoot running in the New Year.
Read the full article on Soul Train or Philstar.com
VIVOBAREFOOT review’s seem to be coming in thick and fast at the moment. We’re not complaining and we’re whole-heartedly appreciating the five stars Tina Dubois has just given us for the Evo II in her recent review on Living Barefoot.
Just before the New Year the folks at Running and Rambling wrote an in-depth review of one of VIVOBAREFOOT’s upcoming releases. If you interested in the Neo but want some impartial information then have a butchers at the review on the Running and Rambling website. Word on the internet is that there may be a competition too!?
No one will ever accuse VIVOBAREFOOT of resting on their laurels.
Barefoot Runner featured a short preview of the VIVOBAREFOOT Neo.
Terra Plana Grace high heel features in August's Good Housekeeping magazine.
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