VIVOBAREFOOT Scott - Dark Brown $180.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Evo Pure Women - PBT Yellow $110.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Tracker Women - Dark Brown $240.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Waterloo - Rose $90.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Gobi Hopewell - Navy HopeWell $160.00 $129.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Kula - Brown/Tan $200.00 VIVOBAREFOOT Ultra 2 Women - White/Grey $85.00 $49.98 VIVOBAREFOOT Gobi Winterproof Men - Black/Black Leather $150.00 Women's VIVOBAREFOOT Shoes     Men's VIVOBAREFOOT Shoes     Kids' VIVOBAREFOOT Shoes VIVOBAREFOOT ratings Average Customer Rating Based On 745 Reviews 5 Star (498) 4 Star (168) 3 Star (40) 2 Star (20) 1 Star (19) Size: 71.95% True to Size (688 ratings)71.95% True to Size15.55% Runs 1/2 Size Small6.25% Runs 1 Size Small4.80% Runs 1/2 Size Large1.45% Runs 1 Size Large Width: 81.56% True to Width (678 ratings)81.56% True to Width13.42% Runs Wide 5.01% Runs Narrow Arch Support: 73.06% Minimal (657 ratings)73.06% Minimal15.83% Good11.11% Excellent Shaft Width: 81.82% True to Width (22 ratings)81.82% True to Width18.18% Runs Wide Who We Are WE ARE THE ORIGINAL BAREFOOT BRAND. OUR GOAL IS TO MAKE BAREFOOT THE GOLD STANDARD AND TO BE THE MOST TRUSTED SUPPLIER OF BAREFOOT SHOES. Guided by nature and her natural laws, we make the most proprioceptive soles in the world. This means you can walk, stand and run, as nature intended. We are guided by evolutionary medicine and natural laws: Health of self (innovation) - products that connect us with nature Health of others (education) - services that enhance natural movement Health of the planet (revolution) - healthy movement is based on sensory feedback from the feet (sustainable design is good design) Live barefoot. The foot has all the technology you need Our shoe lets your foot do its thing Reviews VIVOBAREFOOT Nancy WomenBy:MAH February 06, 2016 VIVOBAREFOOT WaterlooBy:Lily February 04, 2016love!These are so good. I never wanted to wear rain boots but now I can't wait. No foot cramps, just comfort. VIVOBAREFOOT Tracker Women By:Kimberly January 26, 2016Great boots!I love the Vivobarefoot shoes because I prefer lightweight shoes with no arch support. These boots are great if this is what you like. I gave up all of my hiking boots years ago because they were so heavy and had far too much support. My feet and toes would ache within minutes of wearing them and so I haven't had a hiking boot in years that I could wear. After trying these on, I think these will finally be those hiking boots I've been looking for all these years. They feel true to size and the construction appears to be solid. I'm hoping I can get a second pair soon before they are all gone! If you like a heavy boot with a lot of support, these are not the boot for you. But if you enjoy lightweight shoes like moccasins and are looking for a boot that mimics that..these might be what you are looking for! VIVOBAREFOOT Evo Pure MenBy:KBKing January 25, 2016Super Duper FantasticI have owned many minimalist shoes over the past 6 years. Ive only had these for less then 2 month but thus far they are my favs. They are like the Inov-8 210 but the striped down version...in a good way. The uppers are not at all constricting. It's a loose wear but still conforms to everything I want to. It's like having a thin piece of fabric just to hold the sole to my foot. And the sole feels everything. MAGICAL is what I thought when I first put them on. Just MAGICAL VIVOBAREFOOT Trail Freak WaterproofBy:Aya January 20, 2016Great for the cold rainy Portland daysI purchased these shoes for my husband and he said they were perfect for the Portland winters, which are relatively mild. On the coldest days here in the low 20s they were warm enough when paired with some NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks. The combination kept his feet warm and dry. They ran a touch big, but that actually made for a nice fit with the thicker socks. He says they would still be comfortable without the socks. I can't speak for how these hold up to hiking or running, as he was just looking for an everyday shoe. I did a lot of searching for a minimalist waterproof winter boot and didn't really find anything aside from the Vivobarefoot Scott, but those seemed to have more emphasis on winter than water and in Portland, keeping your feet dry is usually enough to keep them warm and these got the job done.