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LivingBarefoot.info reviews Invisible Shoes running sandals

Posted by | Posted in Huaraches, Running Sandals | Posted on 23-04-2010

I never get tired of the great reviews that Invisible Shoes barefoot running sandals get ;-)

The latest comes from www.LivingBarefoot.info.

It’s an incredible comprehensive review, with great pictures of the process of making your own huarache running sandals from our kit.

Read and enjoy!

(and thanks to LivingBarefoot.info for the review!)

Barefoot Jason Reviews Invisible Shoes Huaraches Running Sandals

Posted by | Posted in Huaraches, Running Sandals | Posted on 08-04-2010

Well-known barefoot ultrarunner, and founder of Barefoot Running University, Jason Robillard, just published a wonderful review of Invisible Shoes at:

http://barefootjason.blogspot.com/2010/04/huaraches.html

We, of course, believe that with a bit more time in his huaraches, he’ll like them even more than he already does ;-)

Thanks, Jason!

Does knowing how to make huaraches running sandals give you super powers?

Posted by | Posted in Huaraches, Running Sandals | Posted on 07-04-2010

Having now made hundreds of pairs of huarache barefoot running sandals, and having spoken with many others who’ve done the same, I’m here to report a startling fact.

Knowing how to make your own shoes — even making minimalist running shoes like Tarahumara-style huaraches — definitely gives you super powers.

Oh, I don’t mean the ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound (or even two or three bounds), or the power to fly, or the fun of invisibility… instead, I’m talking about something much super-er:

The knowledge that you can make your own shoes!

If you haven’t yet made your own running sandals, you probably don’t know what I mean. You probably don’t get why I would say that being able to make some running sandals is a super power.

But, I assure you, that’s only because you haven’t done it yet.

After I made my first pair of huaraches, and was walking around in shoes that I MADE with my own 2 hands, I was overcome by a profound sense of self-reliance, a comforting knowledge, a feeling of value… just knowing that, if things get bad, I can make shoes for myself and others.

And in a way that I can’t explain, that knowledge felt like having a super power.

I don’t have to explain it to other people who’ve made their own barefoot running shoes; they’ve told me they have had a similar experience.

It’s like growing your own food… there’s something really comforting about knowing you can take care of one of your basic needs.

So, if you haven’t yet, I highly encourage you to see what I mean and develop the super power of making your own huaraches running sandals. And, honestly, I’m not just saying that because I’m in the biz… it’s such a fun feeling, I want you to have it yourself. (But, hey, if you just want me to increase my super powers and order custom-made huaraches, that’s okay with me ;-) )

Anyone else want to chime in about what it was like when you developed your super power?