Earthies Barebottom Shoes

Posted April 27, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

*New* Earthies are available in Tan, Black, Navy Blue and Green in suede or pleather. If you don't want to cross garter laces around your legs, this is a great option. Same soleless functionality and style but with extra holes provided to tie the straps over the arch. Adds traction for yoga and perfect for walking barefoot.

BB Shoe front lace Camcorder April 2013 328 Camcorder April 2013 329 Camcorder April 2013 333 Step 1. Place your toes in the holes and wrap the left heel strap snugly against the back of the foot. Thread the lace from inside the first hole on the right side to the outside of the shoe. Thread the same lace back through the second hole to underside of the shoe.       Step 2. Thread the same lace under the arch of the shoe and in the first hole on the right.             Step 3. Wrap the right heel strap over the left strap around the back of the foot and then thread the lace in the hole on the left side to the inside of the shoe.         Step 4. Thread the same lace into the hole over the arch from the inside and pull through to the outside.  Knot the laces or make a bow. You can tie the laces behind your foot above the heel or whatever feels good.       Continue being connected to the ground all the time in your Barebottom Shoes. Order your Earthies barefoot shoes today. $48.00 plus tax and shipping.  

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