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. Announcing Outsideways - A Community for Outdoor Adventurers
  2. An interview with Natural Foot Gear
  3. An interview with Anyones Barefoot Shop
  4. An Interview with Voycontigo
  5. New Xero Products and Giveaway
  6. 7 Innovations to Look Forward to in 2015
  7. Ringing in 2015 With a New Editor, New Products, and Great New Reviews
  8. Beyond our Boundaries, Episode 24: Katahdin
  9. Barefoot Walking Gait
  10. A Look at the Merrell 2014/2015 Autumn/Winter Line-up
  1. The Primal Professional - Three Years Later
  2. A Review of the Ulysses, VIVOBAREFOOT's Huarache Sandal
  3. A review of the ZEM Gear 360 XT
  4. A Weekend Trip with the Z-Trek and Oxygen 2
  5. Joe Nimble Wingster Lotuss Protected
  6. ZeaZoo Kids – Hand-Made Shoes for Little Feet
  7. Minimalist and Winterized, the VIVOBAREFOOT Scott
  8. The Kigo Pai - An Everyday shoe
  9. A Look at Injinji 2.0 Nüwool Merino Toe Socks
  10. Blister-Free: A Review of ToeToe Thin Liner Toe Socks
  1. Bryan M says Very help review, esp. the hike test info about getting wet or sweaty... I had wondered about that cotton lining. ...
  2. PJ says I would like to know where I can fine the pattern for the dark brown shoes you show on your ...
  3. Huib van der Wal says Hello Michael, I think you will find the Scott's to be the same kind of coffins for your feet as ...
  4. Michael says How breathable are the Scott's? I have the winterized Gobi's, which are basically stinky sweat coffins for my feet. They're ...
  5. Damien Tougas says You have a few good options. Check out anything from Lems (, or Vivobarefoot (, and also the Camper Peu ...

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