Re: Barefoot / minimal trainers for wearing in public
Went through this a few years ago looking for something as comfortable as my bare foot running shoes for the office. I came across vivo barefoot. (https://www.vivobarefoot.com/uk
I've since bought three pairs (the Gobi desert boot for summer, the Scott leather for winter, and the Tracker FG for non technical hiking and camping). The tracker is probably the most comfortable boot I've ever owned, but it's not great for hiking in snow due to the lack of lugs.
They are expensive, but seem to last forever. The soles on my first pair still look the same as the day I bought them.
Lifter, runner and founder of nuutrii
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