Sunday, April 1, 2012

Camp Shoes?

Vivobarefoot Ultra Pure Shoe


The debate rages on whether camp shoes are needed / useful.
I have a tendency to want them, and for multiple purposes.
These look interesting, come in various colors, 
and weigh in at 10 ounces for the pair.  Price:  $50


PRODUCT INFORMATION:

Freedom awaits! Slip in and experience the world around and underneath you in the Ultra Pure from Vivobarefoot®!

  • A barefoot-inspired running shoe. Ideal for running in wet and dry conditions.
  • Features the same single-unit upper as the Ultra, without the removable sock.
  • EVA 3D upper is made of a soft, perforated, non-toxic, dual-density, high-abrasion resistant EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate).
  • Bungee lacing allows for quick, secure lacing.
  • Soft, amphibious, high-abrasion injected EVA outsole delivers lasting durability and traction.
  • Outsole Thickness: 7mm.
    Outsole compresses to 3mm over time.
  • 100% vegan-friendly construction.
  • Weight: 10 oz / Pair

2 comments:

  1. Camp booties are the best. They provide the comfort my feet needs after a hard day of trekking and working around the camp. These are so soft and snug - my feet loves them. I have the The North Face Thermoball Roll-Down Bootie and they are incredibly comfortable. Given the comfort they provide my feet, it's a good value for money, and they are very durable. For more reviews of the best camp booties, check out this amazing site: http://backpackingmastery.com/top-picks/best-camp-booties.html

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