Natural Born Runners is a feature story in Augusts Body Fit magazine.
The article features out expert Lee Saxby and the Evo.
Lee Saxby says:
"You're looking at two million years of evolution against thirty years of technology,"
"I've never met anybody who couldn't learn to run barefoot. For some it takes longer than others. We spend up to 10 hours a day slumped in front of a computer, so we have to relaern our natural posture."
And here's the bit about the Evo:
"Featuring a 4mm punctur-resistant sole and TPU cage for ultra-light breathability, this is a great minimalist design."
Here's her overall impression:
"The Kali is a brand new Mary Jane style pump for the Spring/Summer 2010 collection. It is the perfect footwear for women looking for a minimalist show in a professional environment. It is an extremely well-made shoe with an elegant and attractive design yet has a thin, anatomically correct sole that allows for natural foot movement and excellent ground feel."
Read the full review on Living Barefoot.
Here's some of the article:
The thought of running around barefoot in the grass may conjure memories of childhood play, but people are leaving their stuffy gyms and running shoes in the dust to take fitness back to its roots, to move the body the way it was designed. Believe it or not, those fancy shoes may actually be hindering your performance, and your health. With warm weather here, now is the time for you to get in on this innovative, fun and surprisingly beneficial way to work up a sweat.