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Sports & Fitness
Closed Toe Barefoot Sandals reduced by 21% from £70 to £55 vivobarefoot
Was about to buy these sandals, a day's delay has given me 21% off. Offer is for men's and women's lines - two colours: natural and black. Some sizes are limited in stock. Postage by Parcel Force is £… Read more
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dealchaser888

thanks OP, how do I get the 21% off ? thanks


Title changed to, hopefully, have no amibuity.
I wish the cold voters would post where I can get these sandals cheaper.

thanks OP, how do I get the 21% off ? thanks

Good price and I love my Vivobarefoot shoes but not keen on the styling on these.

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Fashion
Vivo Barefoot Gobi Suede II was £125 now £75 (+£7 delivery) & Other items
There's some kind of sale on Vivobarefoot website. I picked up this and another pair. I'd been eyeing these up for a while and they were actually £125 so it came as a surprise to see that there's a s… Read more
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Are these any good?Do they actually work, or is the "barefoot" experience … Are these any good?Do they actually work, or is the "barefoot" experience just an excuse to directly inject cheap rubber on a foot sock/upper and provide little support?These will be cheaper to manufacture than traditional shoes. But if they're properly designed, I guess it's fair enough to be pay for the niche category/R&D.


Very flexible thin, zero drop soles, puncture resistant. Wide actual foot shaped toe box. Possibly overpriced but I used to get really bad pain near little toe area of foot, tried these on a whim (got some cheap) and have never looked back. Brilliant for the little 'uns to let their feet develop properly, sadly their kids shoes are loss making so getting harder to come by now.

Are these any good?
Do they actually work, or is the "barefoot" experience just an excuse to directly inject cheap rubber on a foot sock/upper and provide little support?
These will be cheaper to manufacture than traditional shoes. But if they're properly designed, I guess it's fair enough to be pay for the niche category/R&D.

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£82 incl UK delivery.still a good deal.



My bad! Thanks for the reminder. I'll update the post now.

I have *lots* of pairs of Vivobarefoot for me and the kids, love them.

£82 incl UK delivery.

still a good deal.