Minimalist and Foot Powered

What is Toe Salad?

Human powered adventure almost always requires footwear. Your feet are your foundation; footwear and foot health can make all the difference between success and failure over both the short and long term.

Toe Salad is a publication dedicated to the health of active feet. We are the resource for walkers, runners, hikers, and backpackers who put health first.

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What's New

  1. An Interview with Voycontigo
  2. New Xero Products and Giveaway
  3. 7 Innovations to Look Forward to in 2015
  4. Ringing in 2015 With a New Editor, New Products, and Great New Reviews
  5. Beyond our Boundaries, Episode 24: Katahdin
  6. Barefoot Walking Gait
  7. A Look at the Merrell 2014/2015 Autumn/Winter Line-up
  8. Beyond our Boundaries, Episode 23: The Last State!
  9. Beyond our Boundaries, Episode 22: New Hampshire
  10. An Interview with Marco Serrano from Kigo Footwear
  1. A review of the ZEM Gear 360 XT
  2. A Weekend Trip with the Z-Trek and Oxygen 2
  3. Joe Nimble Wingster Lotuss Protected
  4. ZeaZoo Kids – Hand-Made Shoes for Little Feet
  5. Minimalist and Winterized, the VIVOBAREFOOT Scott
  6. The Kigo Pai - An Everyday shoe
  7. A Look at Injinji 2.0 Nüwool Merino Toe Socks
  8. Blister-Free: A Review of ToeToe Thin Liner Toe Socks
  9. A Review of the Merrell Road Glove 3
  10. A Review of the Ulysses, VIVOBAREFOOT's Huarache Sandal
  1. Ms Sedentary says You have omitted the greatest of all Appalachian Trail books: Bill Bryson's A Walk in the Woods.. PLEASE add to ...
  2. Huib van der Wal says Mark, the shoes are not designed for lateral movements but they do have the tech-bands for lateral stability and they ...
  3. Huib van der Wal says I had to look up for this water safari: https://goo.gl/bS3ocg Do you want to use them for this outdoor pool ...
  4. Mark says Do you have any thoughts on how these shoes might function on an outdoor basketball court or an indoor one? ...
  5. kyle says Thanks for reviewing these. It looks like they might be a bad choice for a summer run. I imagine it ...

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