We also spend A LOT of time in shoes whether it’s walking, standing, running, or training. So, it’s important to choose ones that support the natural state of your feet.

That’s where minimalist shoes come in.

Minimalist shoes have thinner soles and little to no lift in the heels, bringing your feet much closer to the ground than traditional shoes. They generally have a wider toe box as well, allowing your toes and forefoot to spread naturally. 

Brands like VivoBarefoot, Xero and Lems have sprung up in response to the growing popularity of minimalist shoes. If you’re looking to get a pair but are overwhelmed by all the options out there, check out this week’s YouTube video:

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