Vivobarefoot Women's Evo Ii L Trainer
Sole Construction: - Multi-Terrain: Soft, high abrasion, rubber, ultra-thin sole designed with hex-flex directional grip control and a patented, puncture resistant layer.
Outsole Thickness: - 5mm: Offering maximum proprioception with protection on a multitude of surfaces. Upper: - Hex Flex Cage: Soft abrasion resistant PU cage for extra structure and protection with breathability.
MINIMALIST / BAREFOOT RUNNING With 200,000 nerve endings, 33 significant muscles, 28 bones, 19 ligaments; the human foot is a biomechanical masterpiece. Due to the fact that everyone gets cold feet from time to time, VivoBarefoot have redesigned the very popular Evo to offer thermal defense. The added layer of lycra lining, the hydrophobic mesh and PU cage together with the removable 3mm EVA insole provide the defense from colder weather condition elements so your preferred outdoor fitness activities aren't compromised by inclement weather condition. The anatomic shape of the shoe and zero-drop profile permit the foot to move normally, and the ultra-thin, patented, puncture-resistant outsole offers optimal proprioception with defense. The Evo II is a multi-purpose, multi-terrain performance item designed to give you the supreme barefoot experience wherever you could go.
Key Product Details
- Brand: VIVOBAREFOOT
- Title: Vivobarefoot Women's Evo Ii L Trainer
- Color: Blue
- Package Quantity: 1
The Vivobarefoot Women's Evo Ii L Trainer is among our options for you in store within our range of natural running shoes for men and women. This category of running shoe is perfect for you if you're trying to find the nearest thing to shoeless running, but at the same time enjoying adequate protection for your feet. Within the barefoot category, you have a variety of options. The most natural of our barefoot running shoes fit like a 2nd skin. Your toes can all move separately. Then there's a half-way house: shoes that are set in the middle in between shoeless running and a traditional cushioned shoe. You'll feel nearer to the ground than you would in a common running shoe, with less of a drop from the heel to the forefoot. This will encourage you to land more on the midfoot and forefoot. Meanwhile, you'll have a good quantity of cushioning.