Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Merrell Barefoot Line available today!

Today is the day!  The release of the long awaited Barefoot line by Merrell.

   I have had a small part in it all being a tester and writing a bit for their blog and it has been interesting watching how the shoe industry has changed to accommodate a more minimal approach.  I look forward to watching  what the next year will bring.

  I have enjoyed wearing the "One Finger" shoe that incorporates many of the desired elements that a barefoot runner would look for in a shoe to aid in their running.

They have done a fine job at embracing the educational aspect of learning to run barefoot so go check out their site!!

Here is a link to my review of the Merrell Barefoot Pace and Trail Gloves


Julie said...

Ohhh, I love the looks of these shoes! Gotta wait for my NB 100's to wear out so I can justify buying them though. Acacia is my favorite but the lavender lustre is pretty sweet too. Thanks for the review..it helped me decide that I HAVE to have these. : )

Janice said...

Tried to order the Pace Glove last night. Can't get in Canada yet, even ordering online. Any idea when they will be available up north? Hopefully before winter is over. I need those toe treads in the heavy snow and slush!

Julie said...

I couldn't wait for my old shoes to wear out. I tried but just couldn't do it! Ordered my pace gloves just now and am hoping for fast shipping!

Nikki Kendall said...

Thanks for the link. As someone just getting into barefoot running I found the tutorial very informative!

funderson said...

"trail glove"....I'm a little in love already

Alyssa said...

LOOK! I was digging around on nuun's new website and I found us!! (scroll down to the very bottom.)


It looks like our personal bio pages are still in the works, but how sweet is that?! :)

almost as sweet as those merrell shoes... i just heard you say.


Stephen Boulet said...

I have the men's trail glove on my feet right now. They are very comfortable for day-to-day wear, especially in the heel where they don't compress the achilles tendon.

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