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HERE COME THE WILD ONESToday

Us humans have been pretty terrible to the planet we live on. A major study involving 59 international scientists reported that human activity has destroyed 60% of all the world’s animals since 1970. Scientists estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct every 24 hours. A global review also recently stated that over 40% of insect populations are declining at a rate that could be “catastrophic” for our ecosystems within two generations. Scientists are describing what’s...

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Sea to Summit with Ross Edgley6 Days ago

It’s been 4 months since adventurer and Vivobarefoot ambassador, Ross Edgley, completed the Great British Swim – a mammoth challenge that saw him become the first person to swim 2000 miles around the coast of mainland Great Britain. That’s...

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Transition your kids to barefoot23 Days ago

We often get asked how to transition kids into barefoot shoes, because it is a very different experience to wearing ‘normal’ shoes. So, let’s start at the beginning. If your child hasn’t been able to spend much time barefoot, and...

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MADE TO FEEL BY CALEB18.01.2019

Caleb Femi, poet and director, featured in the Dazed 100 list of the next generation shaping youth culture. Using film, photography and music Caleb pushes the boundaries of poetry both on the page, in performance and on digital mediums. We...

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Reconnect with nature in 201931.12.2018

Reconnect with nature in 2019 (whether you’re a complete beginner or an elite athlete). In these dark days of reflection, pies and booze – take a moment to think about new athletic adventures in 2019. For Vivobarefoot the ultimate self-locomotion...

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Do you want your feet back?23.12.2018

Barefoot Cobblers (New book coming on January 4 th to Vivobarefoot.com) My family have been cobblers for six generations, but thanks to meeting Catherine Willems and joining the Future Footwear Foundation I have been introduced to cobblers from more than...

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Interview with Brendan Dawes23.12.2018

CAN YOU SEE HOW YOUR FEET FEEL? Brendan Dawes is an artist and designer who works with data and code to explore the interaction of objects, environments, people and technology. Our brief to Brendan was simple; could he capture data...

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