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 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
 Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White
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Saguaro Luck I Barefoot Sneakers - White

59,00 €
incl. 24 % VAT
Discover minimalist shoes with barefoot comfort. A wardrobe essential for the urban soul, bridging city living with nature's touch! (see description below)

(Size chart in the attachments)

Zero drop - Wide toe space - Light - Flexible and thin sole - VEGAN

  • Unique 4mm-thick Saguaro rubber for flexibility and slip-resistance, ensuring natural foot movement and stability with a zero-drop design.
  • Made from renewable flyknit material, eco-friendly and breathable.
  • Breathable microfiber for added comfort.
  • Ample space for toes, even with toe spacers. Ideal walking shoes for wide feet.
  • We're deeply committed to sustainability, making sure each step you take resonates with nature and compassion..
  • Upper: Flyknit
  • Lining: Mesh
  • Sole: Rubber
  • Sole Thickness: 4mm
  • Waterproof: Not waterproof but quick-drying
  • Closure: Lace up


PETRI'S PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Saguaro's LUCK I fits well and feels like a real thin-soled barefoot sneaker! The shoe is not too expensive, only 59 euros. Those who start using barefoot shoes often want to change all the shoes they wear - then it's really great if there are few more affordable shoes as well.

The manufacturer states that the thickness of the sole is 4 mm, but with the insole it is actually 8 mm. The sole is not as elastic as in Saguaro's VITALITY III model, so you have to be more precise with your steps on hard surfaces!

On the scale of thin-soled barefoot shoe - hybrid model - minimalist shoe (l. thick-soled barefoot shoe), I clearly count the LUCK I in the "thin-soled barefoot shoe" category.

Suitability for barefoot beginners:

I don't recommend LUCK I for a beginner. The cushioning is very limited, which means that the shoe already requires the right walking technique (and strength) on a hard surface, or else there will be problems. I don't recommend these sneakers even for (soft) terrain, because there are much better options for that - see thin-soled trail running shoes.

Suitability for experienced barefooters:

LUCK I is a nice looking authentic barefoot sneaker. Remove the sole and the ground feel is already almost too much, at least on hard surfaces. I count the shoe in the pure barefoot category. Since the price isn't too high, you don't have to walk around with the soles of your shoes worn out before buying new ones.

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