Barefoot Shoes FAQ

Vivobarefoot does not release restock information, so it is not possible to predict when new stock will become available. It is best to check their website periodically for updates.

Barefoot shoes are shoes that are designed to mimic the natural movement of the human foot. They have a wide toe box, zero drop (no heel), and usually little to no cushioning or arch support. The goal of barefoot shoes is to allow for more natural movement of the foot, reducing the risk of injury and allowing for greater balance and strength. 

It depends on your individual needs. Barefoot shoes are great for those who want to strengthen their feet and reduce the risk of injury. However, they may not be suitable for everyone. It’s important to consult a doctor or physical therapist before making the switch to barefoot shoes. 

Barefoot shoes promote natural foot movement and provide better balance and stability. They also strengthen the muscles in the feet and can reduce the risk of injury. Additionally, they’re lightweight and flexible, making them comfortable to wear. 

It can take some time to adjust to barefoot shoes, but most people find that the transition is relatively easy.