How are we different from Barefoot?
Barefoot is now a big trend and is an imitation of walking barefoot. The sole is very thin, easily flexible and supple, the shoe does not grip the toe and leaves enough space. However, none of the extremes is correct. ČOKA (Czech Footwear and Leather Association) even warns against using barefoot in the city, and a wave of criminal reports for personal injury is gradually spreading from the USA ( http://www.coka.cz/zdrave-obouvani/370 -the-doctor-with-the-shoes-not-walk-barefoot-likes-more ). It is best to choose the golden mean. As a human being, we have never developed with such a hard surface as the concrete we walk on all day. Therefore, it needs to dampen the shocks that otherwise lead us through our whole body up to the cervical spine. It is important to pay attention to too wide a toe, at that moment the shoe does not hold our foot in place and there may be a shift and subsequent impact of the toes in the toe of the shoe. And last but not least, 80% of people have flat feet, which is just one of all the arch defects acquired, so most of us should start exercising our legs and wear orthopedic insoles.
So how are we different? Our shoes are worn alternately with a custom-made and without orthopedic insole, which helps us not only to heal the foot, but also to involve all the leg muscles alternately. Our soles are made of special foam and are always less than 2.5 cm. Our shoes are light and very flexible.