Primus Lite Womens


Wear your sustainability statement with the Primus Lite, putting your feet in control of every run, walk and workout. The PET plastic bottles recycled into a durable yarn create a lightweight and breathable material perfect for a vegan movement shoe.

We're confident that after experiencing the joys of natural foot freedom, your feet won't want to go back to 'normal' shoes.

So confident, we've introduced a 100 day trial to all orders. If you change your mind within that period, we're happy for you to return your shoes for a full refund with no hassle.

Your trial will commence automatically from the date your order arrives. Simply check out with your shoes as usual and we'll take care of the rest. (Standard Ts and Cs apply).



Primus Lite is our vision of the lightest movement shoe possible, following the natural shape of the foot with the least possible interference of natural movement allowing maximum sensory feedback. 

  • No-Sew Construction – durable, flexible, minimal design
  • Breathable Recycled PET Mesh – to keep feet cool
  • Non-Marking rubber outsole – thin and durable

Weight : 96g



448 Reviews

My favorite training shoe!

The Primus Lite are my absolute favorite training shoe. I love them so much I just recently bought my second pair! I am a bodybuilder and a dancer and they remind me of a sneaker version of a ballet slipper: light and flexible, allowing me to feel the ground for optimum connection with the floor. They also look very sleek and can double as a casual shoe outside of the gym. Could not possibly love them anymore!

Bought for work

I bought these as a second pair to use for work. I like them so much I have been wearing outside of work. In fact, I tried to use a regular pair of shoes and they felt so wrong after wearing barefoot shoes that I couldn't stand it and put these back on! I am a believer!

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