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Jungle Moc Shoe. It's super flexible and comfortable, while absorbing shock and providing stability. A favorite of the fellas is the Merrell Chameleon Shoe. A slip on that comes complete with elastic cord lacing and odor control, an Ortholite footbed, and external instep and heel stability.
The North Face, Salomon, and Merrell; all and any are gonna make your run a breeze, with outstanding traction, protection from the sticks and stones, as well as maximum stability.
Vibram FiveFingers and Vivo Barefoot. The beauty of these minimalist shoes is that they strengthen your leg and foot muscles because you're not being babied by traditional running shoes. Barefoot shoes encourage the running and walking style technique that nature intended: a midfoot strike instead of a heel strike. Minimalist footwear, in addition to the mid-foot strike thing are flatter than traditional shoes, which encourages proper posture and joint alignment.
La Sportiva, Five Ten, and Evolv. Some customer faves include the Miura Shoe by La Sportiva. This little number has a user-friendly hook and loop closure system as well as outstanding edging control. Another fab choice is the Defy Shoes by Evolv. Its a great shoe for experienced as well as brand spankin' new climbers, and to top it all off they look like ninja shoes. So now you have to get them.
Chaco & Keen. Cheech & Chong. Starsky & Hutch. Sonny & Cher. You get the idea. These two are the sources for those of you looking for a sandal that can take on more than just beach sand. And cat litter. Depending on how messy your feline companion is. So yeah, definitely check out the Chaco Flip Sandals if you're in the market for a sandal with fantastic arch support that will adapt to all your outdoor plans. From Keen you can expect a more industrial sandal with webbed uppers and EVA Molded footbeds.