Barefoot shoes are your feet's best friend!

Barefoot shoes are your feet's best friend!

Barefoot shoes, your feet's best friend!

Once you've got the feel of a barefoot shoe, you'll never want to wear anything else! And understandably so, because anatomical shoes give your feet everything they need. Finally, your feet can feel like they did when you were a little kid, stomping barefoot in the sand and building sandcastles with a bucket. You can get back to the natural, the healthy, and all the pain and spasms will fade away and become a thing of the past!

The average shoe today

To explain this, we are forced to show you what kind of shoes people are forcing their feet into today. Shoes protect and protect our feet, prevent them from getting tangled and injured. However, the vast majority of today's footwear 'overdo' this protection, so to speak.

We all know that over-protection is wrong. This is true for everything, for example, we must be careful not to overprotect our children, as this would prevent them from fitting into society and experiencing the world around them.

And this is also true for our shoes! Most footwear, with their thick soles and stiff, narrow uppers, almost cut off our feet from contact with the outside world and isolate us from it completely. And the use of insoles weakens our own muscles, so instead of improving, they actually worsen our arch support.

But what do barefoot shoes give you that other footwear can't?

Barefoot shoes give your feet back their freedom while also providing the perfect amount of protection. These shoes are designed to mimic natural walking to the maximum, while keeping dirt from the outside world away from your feet.

With Freet's Mudee Black, you can look forward to spring, wear them for hiking or even throughout the day at work.

What does this mean in practice?

When you look at an anatomical shoe, the first thing you'll notice is how thin the sole is. However, this thin sole is strong, flexible and resilient, as well as having anti-slip properties, so you don't need to worry at all that it won't protect your feet.

The thin sole creates an active connection between the foot and the ground, so when you walk in it, you can feel the unevenness of the ground, which stimulates the reflex zones of the foot. These reflex points are connected to the brain, so any movement you make in the shoes, such as dancing or climbing, will be more conscious.

The thin sole also causes the muscles in the foot and sole to strengthen, so flat feet are eliminated as the muscles strengthen.

The upper part of the footwear

Average footwear does not take the shape of the foot into account at all. Stand barefoot on the ground and look at your feet. Now look at a shoe. What do you see? Well, they don't look anything like each other. While your feet are wide and widest at the toes, the shoes in the shops are narrowest at the toes.

The result of this artificial shape is that the toes are squeezed into an uncomfortable, cramped position all day long, which over time leads to aesthetically unattractive hammer toes, bunions and, worse still, damaged nails.

In barefoot shoes, your feet can take up their normal shape, your toes fit comfortably, the sole feels the ground and your gait becomes more harmonious. Many people only find these shoes when they have persistent back, waist and knee pain, but once they start going barefoot, these aches and pains start to ease immediately. If you have any problems, please contact us.
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