Born to be barefoot? - Ottawa Citizen

April 19, 2010 by Terra Plana

Here's an interview, with Terra Plana's very own Galahad Clark, about being barefoot and VivoBarefoot shoes, from the Ottawa Citizen Newspaper.
Here are a view extracts, for the full article, visit the Ottawa Citizen:

"Edenism is the new word," the Britain-based Clark said as he strolled lower Manhattan shod in his thin-soled creation. "Our shoes are not as good as barefoot, but they're as close as we can get."
Clark's line of running and walking shoes, called Vivo Barefoot, feature a three millimeter (0.11 inch) sole that, he contends, frees the wearer to walk and run as evolution intended.
"We just tried to make the least shoe we possibly could," said Clark, in what might seem a counter-intuitive move from a man whose family has been making shoes for almost 200 years.

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