Barebottom Shoes at the Toronto Yoga and Pilates Show

Posted March 17, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

 

 

 

 

Be the FIRST to Order Barebottom Shoes

Posted March 3, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | 2 responses

The Only Soleless Shoe…

Great for Yoga!

Barebottom Shoes ™ are soleless footwear designed by Sue Kenney, a Camino pilgrim who walks and runs barefoot, because there wasn’t anything on the market to meet her needs. They allow for a barefoot lifestyle in a shoe with a minimalist look. This is footwear for people who care enough about healing and a return to a connection with Mother Earth in a barefoot shoe that can be worn anywhere. Sue will be pitching her idea to the Dragons Den on April 10, 2013 for a Fall broadcast if she makes the cut.

Barebottom-Shoes

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I Passed the Audition and will be taped on Dragon’s Den

Posted March 3, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Wow. They loved my Barebottom Shoes! The first ever soleless shoes perfect for the beach, yoga class, around the house and the pool, on a boat and more. Barefooters love them because they allow you to be connected to the ground, without being asked to leave restaurants, stores and public places. They are stylish and for people interested in a natural way of living and healing, it’s the perfect option.

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Barefoot and Beef Burgers – Peterborough Examiner

Posted February 25, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

News Local

From bare feet to retro burgers, these entrepreneurs have ideas for Dragons’ Den 13

By Galen Eagle, Peterborough Examiner

Bob Walling, the 51-year-old owner of the Red and White Diner in Bridgenorth, awaits his opportunity to impress the producers of CBC’s Dragons’ Den during auditions at Trent University Thursday afternoon. GALEN EAGLE/PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER/QMI AGENCY

Bob Walling, the 51-year-old owner of the Red and White Diner in Bridgenorth, awaits his opportunity to impress the producers of CBC’s Dragons’ Den during auditions at Trent University Thursday afternoon. GALEN EAGLE/PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER/QMI AGENCY

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Barebottom Shoes™ Sole-less Pitch Dragon’s Den story in Peterborough Examiner

Posted February 23, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

They may not have a sole, but they are a shoe with soul.

The barefoot movement is growing because it is the next logical step for a holistic approach to life.  The Nike’s of the world know what we’ve always known, natural is always better. Many of the injuries we sustain can be linked back to the shoes we’ve been wearing from over-padded and supported track shoes to pointed high heels. In his book Born to Run, Christ Christopher McDougall talks about a tribe in Mexico known as the Tarahumara Indians who can run hundreds of miles, and they do much of it barefoot.

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Dragon’s Den Audition on CHEX TV

Posted February 22, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Barebottoms ™

Yesterday I went to Peterborough to audition for Dragon’s Den with my prototype barefoot shoe and they loved it!

I have invented/designed the first ever ‘sole-less shoe’ and they are called Barebottoms ™ . They look like a shoe, they act like a shoe but they don’t have a sole. Check them out!

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