Charity and her expert shoe critics aged 2 and 4 take a look at a newly discovered shoe manufacturer for us- Zeazoo Kids. Hand-made, quality products that bring the barefoot experience to children who love to wiggle their little piggies. Charity gives in-depth reviews for both the "Manga" and "Moccasin"
I have been wearing the VIVOBAREFOOT Scott for some time now and I have been very pleased with it. We first mentioned this shoe in the VIVOBAREFOOT winter range write-up last fall. I wanted to write about the Scott's cold weather capabilities but winter hasn’t really started up in the part of Europe where I live (Toe Salad readers in North America will probably frown when they read this).
The Kigo Pai is a trendy, oxford shoe designed for everyday use. It is both comfortable and stylish, while remaining very minimal. The Pai also puts a high priority on being environmentally friendly, as a lot of recycled components are used in its construction. The other perk? It is available for both women and men - in this article we take a look at the women's version.
Once upon a time, Injinji had a collection of Nüwool socks but they were (sadly) discontinued. Lucky for us, they were not discontinued forever, but replaced by a new 2.0 generation. Nüwool is a mix of merino wool, nylon and Lycra (spandex). Merino feels comfortable to the skin and reduces odor but is not very strong. The added nylon gives the socks their strength while the Lycra adds stretch.
For years I have been using liner socks in my Vibram FiveFingers Speeds when running. There are a few companies that make liner toe socks, one of them is the British brand ToeToe. How do they compare to my tried-and-true Injinji liner socks? Read on to find out!