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Continuing in the same natural footsteps of its nylon predecessor, this leather version of the Boulder Boot is a great addition to the Lem's family. With a slight decrease in flexibility, this boot just missed a perfect score. Although the shoe liner test was also slightly less than ideal, the leather material does have enough pliability to accommodate Correct Toes (for most people). This more dressy option comes in two colors: brown (Russet) and black (Raven). Overall, the Lem’s Boulder Boot is still one of the best all-around boots (especially for Correct Toes).
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As with last month’s women’s high boot, this unisex Ahinsa shoe also received a perfect score. Its physiotherapist inspired design ensures natural foot function, and the highly abrasion resistant upper material helps maintain its classy look. As with all Ahinsa shoes, they are ethically handmade and designed with cruelty free material that’s 100% vegan. Although this shoe works great with Correct Toes it does run a little big, so we do recommend purchasing a full size smaller.
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Finally, we have a natural foot-shaped running shoe by Joe Nimble. This German company strives to make shoes that allow your feet to perform naturally as you move. Although a little heavier than we'd typically like, it's still on the lighter side of most running shoes. It didn’t pass the liner test but given the breathable mesh upper, Correct Toes should fit for most people. Along with being vegan, the anti-bacterial lining in this shoe is a nice touch.
The purpose of the Minimalist Index (MI) is to establish an international standard for rating minimal running shoes. Rather than asking the question, “Are my shoes minimal?”, we instead feel it’s more important and beneficial to know “How minimal are they?”.
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