The winter is approaching. Are you looking for a perfect barefoot shoe for this colder days? Well, there are many barefoot options out there for you.

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I made a list of this year winter barefoot shoe options. They are listed in an alphabetical order according to the brand name. Some styles in the list are more appropriante for colder autumn days, but you can use an insole for a better thermal protection. But there are also some really warm winter models appropriate for snow and cold winter conditions on the list too. I’m sure you will find something for yourself.


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Ahinsa shoes

Ahinsa shoes are handmade shoes and are a great option also for those with wide feet and in a search for a vegan shoe. Models as Comfort, Comfort Ananda, Comfort Sundara, Comfort Sunbrella and Jaya are available in different colour options. Also available in different width options – regular and wide.

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Angles fashion

For those who are on a hunt for a more elegant shoes Angles fashion have a new winter styles this year. Ryder style boots, chelsea boots and mid-calf boots are available in different colour options. Best suited to people with medium-wide feet.

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Be Lenka Barefoot

This year Belenka lauched their new winter collection BeLenka Winter. They make beautiful shoes for those with wide feet, but take in mind that their winter boots feel a little bit more snug because of the lining. Unisex winter boots with laces are available in five different colours and a women ryder style boots is available in black.

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Bohempia

Winter vegan boots from Bohempia are available in three different colours – grey, black and brown and in two different widths – standard and wide.

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Conker shoes

Conker makes handmade shoes which are available in a lot of different styles and colours. They use the finest quality materials and traditional cordwaining techniques. Their shoes can be made also with a barefoot sole option. You just need to request it. Available in different width options – narrow, standard and wide.

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Erloff

Erloff shoes are handmade according to your foot measurements. Winter shoes are made from a softsheel material and lined with a wool. Available in different colour options according to your wishes.


Fare (Fare Bare)

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Feelgrounds

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Feelmax

For winter days and for wet, muddy terrain Feelmax has a waterproof hiking boot Kuuva 5 and water-repellenet Kuuva Trek model as an option for you. Best suited to medium and wide feet.

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Filii Barefoot

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Freet

If you are looking for something to use when hiking around the woods, mud and snow Freet have a winter model for you. The warmest model is Mudee and is available in two colour options. New models as Bootee M, Elgon and Motus are appropriate for autumn and milder winter conditions. Best suited to medium and wide feet. Some models fit really great also for people with narrow feet.

You can read my review of Freet Bootee M boots here.

You can buy your Freet shoes with 15% discount with my affiliate code ‘BOSENOGICE‘.

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Gea Soles

This barefoot brand from Spain makes shoes that are 100% handmade from hight quality materials. They have different models available for colder days as Aven, Knut and Njörun. Their shoes can be customized – you can choose colour, sole, laces and width (regular, wide) according to your wishes.

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Groundies

Groundies have a lot of different winter styles available this year. There are some vegan options available, but most of the shoes are made from leather. They are best suited to people with medium-wide feet.

You can read my reviews of Groundies shoes here.

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Jenon Leather

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Joe Nimble

Joe Nimble has lot of different winter styles available. From more sportier looking styles as cuddleToes, advetureToes and cityToes to more elegant winter shoes as idealToes, flowToes and combiToes. Best suited to people with medium-wide feet.

You can read my review of Joe Nimble Cuddletoes here.

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KAKU

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Leguano

Leguano has different winter models for you: Cosmo in two colour options, Chester in dark brown and a new winter model Husky. Best suited to people with narrow-medium wide feet.

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Lems

Lems Boulder boot can be you winter option too. The boots have a little bit thicker zero drop sole (good for more insulation in winter), but they are still very flexible and with a great toebox. This year also available as a waterproof Boulder boot in brown colour. Best suited to people with medium and wide feet.

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LukShoes

Handmade shoes from LukShoes are made from a really soft leather. Their ankle-high boots Primavera can be worn with the winter insole and used in autumn and milder winter conditions.
This year they released two new winter styles lined with wool – Milagro Frio and Invierno ankle-high boots. They are available in brown colour, but I’m sure you can contact them for other colour options too.
Best suited to people with medium and wide feet. Not appropriate for high instep.

You can read my review of Luks Invierno boots here.

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Magical Shoes

Magical Shoes Alaskan winter model is available in three colour options. Upper is made from goat and suede leather, lined with wool. Due to the high weight of natural wool, your feet feel comfortable even at minus 20°C. Best suited to people with medium-wide feet.

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Manitobah

Manitobah Mukluks are minimalist winter boots that can be great option for really cold winter days. They are rated to -32 degrees Celsius. Available if four different heights and different colours. Their most popular styles are available in waterproof version. Manitobah Mukluks stretch out with wear. Some styles more than others.

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Muki Shoes

First models from Muki shoes from autumn/winter collection are already available fur purchase. They are best suited to people with medium-wide feet and some improvements has been made to the fit for low instep.

You can read my review of Muki shoes here.

Get 10% off with my affiliate code BOSENOGICE10.

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Paperkrane

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Pathik shoes

Warmly model from Pathik shoes is a winter vegan option of an “ugg” style boot with a great foot-shape toebox. Available in black colour.

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Peerko

You can read my review of Peerko shoes here.

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Proalp

Slovenian shoe brand has a line of barefoot shoes too. Their model CONTACT C2 is appropriate for colder days. For better thermal protection 6 mm wool felt insole with inserted aluminium foil is used. Available in different colours and for different foot widths. Shoes can also be custom made (for different foot lengths, very wide feet, hallux valgus).

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Ruth Emily Davey

Handcrafted, made to measure shoes from Ruth Emily Davey can be your ultimate winter shoes, desined to last. Available in many beautiful colours and with a competely zero drop sole. They are also repairable, therefore they can be your lifetime investment.

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Saltic

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Senmotic shoes

Handmade winter shoes from Senmotic shoes are available in low and hi-cut option in black colour with different stiching options. Lined with lambskin for a cosy and warm feeling. They offer the modification of the shoes for wide and narrow feet and low instep.

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Shapen

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Softstar Shoes

Softstar shoes are handmade shoes from Oregon, USA. They have three barefoot options available for you. The new handcrafted boot Voyager 5-Button Boot available in brown colour and Hawthorne Chukka are most appropriate for autumn days. For winter a fully-lined sheepskin Phoenix Boot is available in three colour options. Some styles are available in three different widths – narrow, regular and wide.

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Sole Runner

Sole Runner has three different winter models for you. A Transition Vario 3 model as a leather and textile option, Yepa 2 model and a slip-on mid calf Larissa boots. A Transition Vario model is available in extra-wide option and Yepa 2 and Larissa in wide. Also available in different colours.

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Tadeevo

Tadeevo winter leather boots are appropriate for temperatures down to -18°C and are available in black and brown colour. For milder winter condition Tadeevo T+ is available. Best suited to people with medium-wide feet.

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The Drifter Leather

Handmade shoes from The Drifter Leather are available in a lot of different styles. From lace up shoes, ryder style shoes to fully lined shoes with natural wool. Shoes are custom made to your foot measurements. A lot of colour options available for each style. Opened for ordering every 4-6 weeks.

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UHURU Boty

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Unshoes

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Vivobarefoot

This year Vivobarefoot came out with some new winter sytles for you (Tracker HI) and redesigned styles from previous years (Ryder, Gobi III, Fulham and Tracker). Different colours available. Most of the models are best suited to people with narrow and medium wide feet, but some winter models can accomodate also medium-wide feet.

You can read my review of Vivobarefoot shoes here.

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Wildling shoes

Wildling new winter collection is all about their philosophy. They make shoes that encourage movement, shoes that are made of fairly traded, ecologically sound materials and that are produced under socially fair conditions. Their collection is available in new colour options and with some new material combinations. Best suited to people with medium and wide feet, but some models fit really great also to people with narrow foot.

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Xero shoes

This year Xero shoes have some completely new winter styles (Mika, Denver and Xcursion). Some styles are improved from last year (DayLite Hiker) and some styles remain the same. Available in different colours. Best suited to people with medium and wide feet.

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Zaqq shoes

Zaqq is a German brand that makes handmade barefoot shoes. They have a lot of winter styles available for you. Ryder style boots, chelsea boots, waterproof snow boots, etc. Suitable for narrow and medium wide feet.

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ZEAZOOkids

This Bulgarian company has a great winter option for those who like an “ugg” style leather winter boots. They are available in two different colours – purple and brown. Best suited to people with narrow and medium wide feet.

You can read my review of Zeazoo Dingo boot here.

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ZlaTush

This completely handmade shoes from Slovakian brand ZlaTus are made in two ways – on the last with minor adjustments available or completely made to order according to your foot measurements and foot shape. There is a slight difference in how are they made and how the frame seam look like.

They have many different styles available and a lot of different colours to choose from. Different outsoles available.

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