Since 16/09/2016 we have a new, modern site that leaves ...Read More
As early as 1995, Christoph Reinschmidt, a bio-mechanic from Calgary University in Canada, was concerned about the heel height (the height of the heel compared to the forefoot), which would amplify the pronation of the foot during the support phase of the running motion.
The pronation of the foot i...Read More
The trend of so-called minimalist shoes or barefoot should allow natural running. Drop (difference in height from heel to toe), insole and flexibility are the key words.
The following video tries to explain the principle of the barefoot shoe and shows that it's not that simple and an extended transition period...Read More
As a rule, shoes have to be worn for some time until they fit. In conventional shoes, however, It is more likely the foot adapts the shoe as the shoe to the foot. In contrast the PaleoBarefoots® are very supple and smooth and adapt very fast to the individual shape of the foot.
However, this also means that the feet represent the immediate pressures and impacts to the environment ...Read More