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Reviews of Xero Shoes
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Here are some of the people (of all ages!) who love their Xero Shoes.
"Xero Shoes Colorado"
Biggest game changer on the beach since the beater!
"Xero Shoes HFS"
If you like strong feet you will like this shoe.
"Xero Shoes Speed Force"
This is the sort of shoe you need to run well.
"Xero Shoes Pacifica"
The Xero Shoes Pacifica are among the comfiest, coziest shoes we've ever tested.
"Xero Shoes Prio"
If the only quality wearers need in a shoe is a spacious toe box, they will not be disappointed getting the Prio. The good news is, the running shoe offers so much more than forefoot space. Indeed, among other things, it also provides tons of comfort in its superbly lightweight confines.
"Review: Xero Shoes Terraflex"
First impressions were great, really comfy, good fit and looked great.
"Xero TerraFlex hiking shoe"
Are they comfortable? In a word, yes, and straight from the box. In fact, they are very comfortable.
"Xero DIY: barefoot sandals on a budget"
If you’re looking for minimal sandals at a minimal price, Xero DIYs are a great choice for both adults and kids.
"Trail Tested: Xero Shoes TerraFlex"
For minimalist-shoe fans, the Terraflex is a versatile all-arounder for rocky, muddy, snowy or smooth trails.
"Xero Shoes TerraFlex in the jungles of Borneo"
TerraFlex is a true trail running and hiking shoe. It is also low key, not flashy like the Prio, but with a tougher look and feel. Excellent to pack and carry on your trips.
"A review of the Xero Prio"
This is a great shoe for anyone who needs protection and versatility in a shoe while valuing natural running movement and using inherent foot strength to propel themselves on those long runs.
"Xero Shoes - Umara Z-Trail"
Overall I liked them very much and they will now be my go-to shoe for rough terrain where my 6mm Xeros don’t quite cut it.
"Xero Shoes review: minimalist running sandals Amuri Z-Treks"
When I’m wearing the Z-Trek, I don’t really want to take it off. You almost forget you’re wearing shoes.
"Xero Shoes New Products - Amuri Z-Trek & Cloud/Venture"
It is a no-brainer comparing the Amuri Z-Trek to the Keen and Teva sandals... They all weigh about the same but the Amuri Z-Trek is magnitudes more flexible, has a snug and comfortable fit for both walking and running, and looks better!
"Gear review: Xero Shoes"
My verdict: they are pretty cool. Anatomically, you feel as thought you’re running barefoot: they feel much closer to true barefoot than any other barefoot shoes I’ve tried (with the possible exception of moccasins). The main advantage is how liberating they are. You don’t have to worry about pebbles, glass, or sudden deceleration nearly as much as you do when truly barefoot. They also give better traction, and let you hug corners when you are going flat out.
"Xero Shoes huarache sandals"
Running in them is just as pure and unaffected as running barefooted. The sole offers protection from whatever’s underfoot but nothing more. The sheer lack of cushioning forces you to run naturally; more so than any ‘barefoot’ shoe I’ve run in.
"Xero Shoes Review: Huarache Barefoot Sandals of the Mexican Tarahumara"
If you’re looking for a pair of healthy minimalist barefoot shoes, look no further than XeroShoes. The new Sensori Venture is a huge improvement over previous models and are my chosen pair of ‘shoes’ for my travels. Send me love letters later. Those huaraches are the most comfortable thing you’ll ever wear.