Barefoot shoes

Freedom and Connection with Nature

Barefoot footwear is inspired by the idea of walking barefoot,
providing a sense of freedom in your feet. This type of footwear allows your feet to move freely, as if you were barefoot.

A barefoot model has a thin and flexible sole to provide a experience closer to walking barefoot and has benefits such as promoting a more natural body alignment, strengthening foot muscles, and improving posture.

Features of barefoot shoes


One of the characteristics of barefoot footwear is the wide toe box. Unlike conventional shoes, which often have a narrow shape and compress the toes, the wide toe box allows the toes to spread naturally inside the shoe, creating enough space for each toe to find its ideal anatomical position, promoting a more comfortable fit.

Drop Zero

Zero drop is an increasingly present feature in footwear, where the height difference between the heel and the front of the foot is practically nonexistent. By adopting zero drop, the body weight is distributed more evenly across the feet, helping to reduce pressure on the joints and spine.

Thin Sole

The thin sole of Barefoot shoes offers a unique sensory experience. You can feel the ground more directly. The feet are more sensitive to the ground, being able to feel every texture and irregularity of the soil.

Flexible sole

Flexible sole is one of the most innovative features of barefoot footwear. This sole is designed to bend and move according to the natural anatomy of the feet, offering a walking experience that dynamically adapts to the natural contour of the feet. The flexibility in the sole allows for a fuller range of motion and gives the feet the freedom to adapt to different surfaces.

Benefits of barefoot shoes

Muscle Strengthening

Improves posture

Improves Tactile Sensitivity

Reduces the risk of injury

Increases joint mobility

Prevents foot malformations

Promotes Child Development