ReVivo by Vivobarefoot, our platform for buying secondhand Vivos, offers a regenerative alternative.
COP26 is in full swing and the team from Vivobarefoot are right in amongst it, thanks to UN partners, Innovation 4.4. But why? What does COP26 have to do with Vivobarefoot?
Being a Vivo customer means you help support the Livebarefoot Fund. This is the story of why we partnered with non-profit organisation Little Sun – and why we created footwear that celebrates universal clean energy for all.
The Vivo team are here in Devon to learn more about the interconnected opportunities that our Livebarefoot Fund supports. The initiatives from Devon Environment Foundation’s include rewilding wildlife safaris, regenerative farming, seaweed farming and adventure beach cleaning.
“Knowledge is power,” says Rachel Phillips, an educator at Devon’s Apricot Centre. “And through the funding we receive, in part supported by the Livebarefoot Fund, we’re challenging what the idea of a farmer is.”
Galahad Clark shares his open letter as part of a global campaign encouraging people and businesses to reconnect with nature.
The chat at Vivo has been all about the amazing moves the calisthenics athletes pull out of the bag. But, how-on-earth – and WTAF? How do real-life humans get started?
The gang at Vivo HQ have been excited about this one for a while – so the content team chased up Performance Designer, Lee Spiteri for the low down on the latest high-performance Vivobarefoot style, the Geo Racer Knit.
Can outdoor exercise take us outside of ourselves? Freestyle athletes share their stories
Send a message to our leaders that it’s time for urgent action on the climate and ecological crisis
Barefoot school shoes improve natural movement, agility and flexibility – starting with feet, but also for bodies and minds. Back to school shouldn’t be about BEING the same.
I’m a runner. I run marathons and running is part of my life, but when I had the chance to run with someone from the Tarahumara tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyon, to say I was left eating dust would be an understatement.
Born and raised in South Africa, Nelita knows from personal experience what growing up in poverty is like. Now determined to make a difference, she set up UK2SA to help kids back in her home country.
We have teamed up with The Oxygen Project to create action and awareness around the growing problem of harmful algae blooms that put waterways around the world under serious threat.
Explorer Ed Stafford on escaping to the wilderness – barefoot!