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Primus Bio The future of sustainable shoe innovation7 Days ago

Coming in 2019 Register your interest here SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION Your feet are the result of millions of years of evolution, perfectly designed for standing, walking and running. At VIVOBAREFOOT we believe the perfect shoe is perfect for feet and should have zero impact on the planet. And, we are excited to announce the new Primus Bio, which takes us one step closer to making the greenest barefoot shoes on the planet. INTRODUCING THE PRIMUS BIO The Primus Bio is a...

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A GUIDE TO CHOOSING YOUR HIKING SHOE12 Days ago

If you’re looking for the perfect new hiking shoe, you’ll have noticed that there are a million different options, along with a seemingly endless list of high-tech features that may (or may not) be what you’re looking for. It’s...

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Less shoes result in better motor skills development and academic performance13 Days ago

Recently, a major study by the University of Bournemouth concluded keeping shoes off kids’ feet in the classroom helped them concentrate more, behave better and perform better academically. Maybe it’s time to rethink shoes at school (as well as...

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Ababa X A Ka So26 Days ago

Created in collaboration with Soul of Africa Shoes and A Ka So . This new design project is inspired by the unique art of the Kara people, inhabitants of Ethiopia. The Kara people are one of Africa’s most authentic...

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Vivobarefoot is going to Wilderness Festival20.07.2018

find us in the Sanctuary Enjoy FREE classes and workshops VIVOBAREFOOT is heading to Wilderness Festival (Oxfordshire, UK) on August 2 nd to share the joys of that barefoot feel on 10,000 happy campers. Ready to energise from the...

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Barefoot is best for Kids' bodies and brains18.07.2018

Kids who are regularly barefoot have better-developed motor skills than those who regularly wear shoes, according to a new study [1] from the German University of Jena and Stellenbosch University in South Africa. The study took two comparable groups...

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Ed Stafford explores in VIVOBAREFOOT18.07.2018

In 2010 British explorer and adventurer, Ed Stafford, embarked on a journey to become the first person to walk the length of the Amazon river. He now holds the Guinness World Record for his astounding achievement, which took 2.5...

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