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Kids Winter Boots from Beda Barefoot

Beda Barefoot is a 'produce on demand' shoe company from the Czech Republic. Once an order is placed, the shoes are placed in production with a manufacturing time of 5-10 days. I find this a really neat and sustainable idea, as I imagine brands must have stacks of unsold shoes in their warehouses. I was delighted when they offered me a pair of Daniel boots to review, however as always, the views expressed are my own.

Elegance and Style: Angles Unisex ‘Thales’ Ankle Boot

Underrated Czech brand Angles Fashion handmake shoes in their hometown of ZlΓ­n. They have an interesting brand story - in that they measured a total of 1,056 Czech feet from people at music festivals and public events in order to get a good indication of what real foot shape is. If that isn't dedication, I don't know what is!

Toe Spacers: Game-changing Hack or Gimmick?

Toe spacers/spreaders/stretchers have recently become the item to have in the land of barefoot. They claim to realign feet by passively coaxing your feet back into their natural alignment with a full toe splay. I am here to investigate if they are game-changers for your feet or simply another gimmick.

Retro Style Sneakers from Magical Shoes

Polish brand Magical Shoes make their shoes locally using Polish materials. Born in 2015, Aldona Zawada decided to put a half century's worth of shoemaking experience to good use by creating a fresh barefoot brand. Their styles are very unique and offer running shoes, winter boot and sandals in adults and kids options. They also offer a few vegan styles.

Ahinsa Barefoot Brand Showcase

Ahinsa is a 100% vegan brand that I came across last year. Their shoes are ethically produced, have a very spacious toe box, with super flexible soles AND lightweight! Shoes are made by hand and there is a decent choice of styles.

Ahinsa Sundara Ankle Comfort Boots: A review

Award-winning and physiotherapist approved brand Ahinsa is the brainchild of LukΓ‘Ε‘ Klimpera, a Czech physiotherpaist. He noticed how after successful therapy, his patients often slipped into shoes that once again damaged their locomotor system. For his patients (and for himself, too), he began to search for shoes that would enable the natural function of their feet and body, and after a lot of research and hard work, Ahinsa was born.

🎁 Barefoot Friendly Christmas Gift Guide (for every budget) 🎁

β›„ Are you a body nerd wanting to spread the good word to your family and friends? β›„ Do you have someone in your life you feel could do with a little barefoot TLC? β›„ Or are you a conventional shoe wearer unsure how to shop for the barefoot enthusiast in your life?

Belenka Nord Boots: Cozy up for Winter

Belenka merge barefoot shoe qualities with stylish chic footwear effortlessly. They handmake their shoes in house, and each pair are skillfully crafted, with quality materials and an exceptional finish. The Nord boot I review today are a welcome addition to last years Winter model, boasting premium leather uppers, a zip for easy on/off, and a lower price tag than its predecessor.

For days when you miss conventional trainers: Ballop Pellet

I don’t wear conventional shoes anymore. And I prefer to work with small brands. But conventional sports shoe brand Ballop has just branched out and added two minimalist styles to their range: the Pellet and the Serengeti.

Elegant feminine sandals in buttery soft leather: Zeazoo Siren/Coral

What a treat to unbox these sandals: luscious buttery leather, soft flexible soles, made to perfection, what more could a girl ask for! The craftsmanship that went into these sandals was striking.

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