How much do Luna sandals weigh?
Luna Sandals Venado 2.0
|Stack Height||9 mm|
Who owns Luna sandals?
founder Barefoot Ted McDonald
LUNA Sandals was officially born in 2010 after founder Barefoot Ted McDonald & business partner Scott Smuin joined forces to create the best adventure sandal possible.
What is a barefoot sandal?
While “barefoot” and “sandals” sound mutually exclusive — you’re either barefoot or you’re not — the term is used for minimalist sandals that let your feet bend, flex, and move as if you were in bare feet, plus give you a layer of protection, and are lightweight.
Where are Luna shoes made?
Your LUNA Sandals are created, designed, tested, assembled, and made by our tribe, our family, our people, here in Seattle. We don’t have to wonder how they are being treated, if they are being paid fairly, or what they are doing to the environment around them.
Are Birkenstocks good for foot recovery?
Birkenstocks, the classic sandal brand we all know and love, are an ideal recovery choice for runners with high arches or for those suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.
Where is the Leadville Trail Luna made?
Made in our shop in Wenatchee, Washington, USA. The Leadville Trail is one of the oldest trail worthy LUNAs and is being reintroduced because of ongoing popular demand.
What are the best trail Lunas?
The Leadville Pacer is among the best selling trail LUNAs! A light and lean 9mm ultralight minimalist trail sandal that provides the most minimal amount of protection that provides the truest-to-life minimalist trail experience. It famously uses a Vibram® soling compound that is super lightweight and grippy.
Where is the Leadville Pacer made?
Made in our shop in Wenatchee, Washington, USA. The Leadville Pacer is among the best selling trail LUNAs! A light and lean 9mm ultralight minimalist trail sandal that provides the most minimal amount of protection that provides the truest-to-life minimalist trail experience.
Are the Leadville Pacers good for running?
The leadville pacer is the PERFECT sandal for those interested in distance running on trails and road. After thousands of miles, I am finally retiring the sandal from running, but not due to straps fraying/ripping, or malfunctions of the materials, but due to literally running through the sole.