| Vivobarefoot | Barefoot Shoes
Vivobarefoot creates gold-standard barefoot shoes that are designed specifically for varying elements, terrains and activities. Founded in 2012 by two 7th-gen cobblers, Vivobarefoot believes that barefoot footwear is the natural approach to healthy feet. All Vivobarefoot sheos are wide, thin and flexible to promote the foot's natural strength and movement while allowing you to feel the ground beneath you.
Vivobarefoot is B Corporation Certified, meaning that they help build a more inclusive, sustainable economy. They also meet the highest verified standards of social and environmental transparency, accountability and sustainability.
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Author: Stephanie Ford Date Posted: 4 February 2020
There’s no doubt that we are becoming more conscious of what we’re purchasing. Phrases like “ethical shopping” and “sustainable clothes” are garnering thousands of hits on Google each month - and those are just the Australian stats. This figure looks set to rise in 2020 as many of us resolve to think more about the impact of our consumption. But when you dive into it, Read more...
Author: Stephanie Ford Date Posted: 8 August 2019
We’ve compiled this packing list for you for multi-day or thru hikes in summer, spring or autumn. We’ll also provide some tips and tricks along the way about what to look for in your hiking gear - so keep an eye out for those! What to pack for your multi-day or thru hike Clothes This is where people really overdo it, so we’ll start here. My first tip: You need Read more...
Author: Wildfire Team Date Posted: 12 June 2018
RUNNING SHOES Good fitting running shoes will be the most important thing you will need as a runner. To ensure comfort and minimise injuries, you’ll need a shoe specifically designed for running rather than any other sport. Make sure your shoe fits your foot, provides any stability required, and complements your running style and place of choice. Here are some Read more...