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
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  2. As says I have SLJ sindrome and her daughter is lucky, although her pain was worse, she supposedly had a year before ...
  3. anna says Hello, Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, my son Tom has just been diagnosed with Lyme disease (one of the "worse" ...
  4. ML says My daughter has this from dance good news it is self limited and they eventually outgrow it when they are ...
  5. Bryan M says Very help review, esp. the hike test info about getting wet or sweaty... I had wondered about that cotton lining. ...

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