The Vivobarefoot Primus Asana is designed to be a casual barefoot shoe for warmer month wear. This model contains elements from multiple popular Vivobarefoot shoes.
Vivobarefoot Shoe Reviews
Vivobarefoot continues to grow as a dominant player in the barefoot shoe market. They make barefoot shoes for lifting, trail runs, running, and much more. Here, you’ll find all of the content on my site that mentions or discusses Vivobarefoot shoes.
Since Vivobarefoot shoes tend to run a bit more on the expensive side, it’s a good idea to have a full understanding of what you’re getting for each Vivobarefoot shoe. The content below is designed to help provide a clear picture for which Vivobarefoot shoe matches your needs best.
Below, you’ll find individual Vivobarefoot shoe reviews, comparisons to other models and brands, and round-ups. You’ll also find content on barefoot shoes where I mention Vivobarefoot shoes or use them as examples!
The Vivobarefoot Geo Court Knit is designed for daily wear and inspired by classic court sneakers. As someone who’s constantly trying to find barefoot shoes
The Vivobarefoot Primus Trail II FG is a barefoot shoe designed for tackling trail runs and hikes. This model utilizes the Firm Ground (FG) sole
Xero Shoes and Vivobarefoot are both large players within the barefoot shoe world. Vivobarefoot and Xero Shoes both design barefoot shoes for daily wear, trail
Vivobarefoot Individual Shoe Reviews
Have your eye on a specific Vivobarefoot shoe? Check out my individual Vivobarefoot shoe reviews below. As the site grows, I’ll continue adding new Vivobarefoot shoes to this section, so check back often to see if there are any updated Vivobarefoot reviews.
Every model undergoes the same rigorous testing and I’ll also add in additional tests based on the context of the shoe’s intended use. This provides me with a better lay of the land when comparing models and reviewing individual models.