Winter Barefoot Shoes for Kids


Kids and winter barefoot shoes can be a tricky combination. If only a few good winter barefoot shoes were available for our kids last year, this season is much more optimistic. ***UPDATED FOR WINTER 2020/2021*** Here is a list of this year winter barefoot shoes for kids. They are listed in an alphabetical order according to the brand name. Under the…

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BeLenka Play Kids – Review


And here is Play – first barefoot shoe for kids from BeLenka. This ankle-high kids shoe for wide feet is available in many fun colours, which I’m sure kids will be tempted to have. BeLenka is a well-known brand for adult barefoot shoes suitable for wide feet. This year they surprised us with many new styles and it was just…

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OKbare Ellis – Review


Meet the OKbare – a new barefoot brand from Czech Republic which focuses on producing barefoot shoes for adults and kids. Ellis is their ankle high leather women shoe with a classic and appealing design. Shoes feature thin and soft sole with removable cork insole for even more pleasant feeling in colder days. OKbare is a family-runned company from Czech…

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Shapen Fleur – Review


Shapen Fleur – an elegant derby barefoot shoe for a modern woman who doesn’t want to make bad compromises regarding foot health and fashion. Shapen is a Slovakian brand of barefoot shoes. Mia, a founder of this brand, started toying with the idea of launching her own barefoot brand back in 2016. At that time, the choice on the market…

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Tara Soles Sandals – Review


Tara Soles – a pleasant surprise of this summer. I bought these huarache sandals on the recommendation of a friend and I was just excited to try them on. And Tara Soles showed me that they are a lot more than just a simple assembly of shoe laces and a thin sole. Tara Soles is a German brand of handmade…

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How much space do we need in shoes?


Is there an exact number how much space we need in shoes? Different studies recommened that the optimal space for toes in shoes is 10-12 mm, but they also emphasise the important thing that space in front of the toes depend on the overall fit of the shoe too (toebox shape and width of the shoe). Then why 12 mm?…

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