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David Csonka reviews Invisible Shoes huaraches running sandals

Posted by | Posted in Barefoot Running, Huaraches, Running Sandals, Tarahumara running | Posted on 26-11-2010

David Csonka says it best:

And the actual running, well it feels like something between being barefoot and wearing Vibram Five Fingers

David Csonka running in his Invisible Shoes

Read his entire review at: http://naturallyengineered.com/blog/invisible-shoe-huaraches-affordable-and-dependable/

High School Students Get Invisible!

Posted by | Posted in Huaraches, Running Sandals | Posted on 25-11-2010

Invisible Shoes fan Dan Bright teaches at a performing arts high school in Florida. And after he came into class wearing his Invisible Shoes, the students wanted some for themselves.

So we sent materials for about 24 students, and they had a huarache-making party.

Read about it here: http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20101125/ARTICLE/11251052?p=1&tc=pg

(and if you know of a group that would like to do the same, let me know)

Happy Anniversary to us!

Posted by | Posted in Barefoot Running Shoes, Running Sandals | Posted on 21-11-2010

This Anniversary is a year old… but we’re having a NEW Party… Click Here to find out more!

We’re having an anniversary party, and you’re invited!

Fifty weeks ago, I came home and said to my wife, Lena, “What do you think about making a real business out of making running sandals?”

“I don’t think it’s a good idea,” she said. “It’s a distraction from other things we’re doing.”

“You’re probably right,” I said.

So, after Lena went to bed, I built www.InvisibleShoe.com. ;-)

It took about 2 hours to do the basics, but 2 weeks to finish up the details. And 1 year ago, on November 23rd, the site went live. The rest, as they say, is history.

We have had so much fun, and lived through so many surprises in the last year. We never imagined Invisible Shoes would take off the way it had, or that we’d have thousands of customers in almost 3 dozen countries (and invitations to stay in every one of those countries). We never thought we’d be contributing as much as we have to the Tarahumara Children’s Hospital Fund. And we never dreamed of some of what we have planned for the next 12 months (more about that later).

Suffice it to say, we want to celebrate and thank all of you … our customers, the people who’ve used our videos to make their own shoes, everyone who has sent in a new tying style and, most importantly, everyone who has been helping spread the word about minimalist running.

Thanks to everyone who shared in our Anniversary Celebration! We have a lot of exciting new ideas in store for our 2nd year in business… so stay tuned! (sign up for the newsletter to keep informed about specials and new products).