The Clymb – VIVOBAREFOOT

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The Clymb

After the VIVOBAREFOOT flash sale from Left Lane Sports it looks like VIVOBAREFOOT is dropping more of it’s stock on The Clymb.  This time, however, they have some different styles to offer.  It will only be running for 3 days and things are already beginning to sell out so move fast! The sale has some seriously marked down shoes including the … Read More

Merrell Embark Glove Review

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Brand: Merrell Name: Men’s Barefoot-Train Embark Glove – GORE-TEX® Color Options: 4 – Deep Olive/Kryptonite, Black/Olympia Blue, Castle Rock/Adventure Yellow, Castle Rock/Dark Cheddar Weight: 9.2 oz (1/2 pair) (varies with size) Drop: 0mm ball to heel Other: GORE-TEX® lining (waterproof), Vibram® Trail Glove sole Price: $170.00 Steve Ankney Steve is an Executive Recruiter at Robert Half Executive Search in Madison, WI with a … Read More

The Princess and the 4 mm Drop

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“Heel-toe drop” is a phrase thrown around a lot by minimalist shoe fans and manufacturers. It is defined as the height differential between the thickness of the sole of a shoe under the heel relative to the toe (typically reported in mm). For example, if the sole of a running shoe is 30 mm thick at the heel, and 20 mm … Read More

Sh*t Barefoot Runners Say

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Hey, I’m Barefoot Meagan! Steven Sashen from Invisible Shoes totally nailed it with this great new entry into the “Sh*t ____ Say” series. I thought it was too clever not to give it a permanent space on Technically Running. So, have you read Born to Run? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPdb7ZDJKS4 Meagan Meagan is a geology professor and prides herself on being an avid … Read More

Stick It!

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This review was originally written for and posted on MyFiveFingers.com, an awesome minimalist footwear and lifestyle fan site. Click here to see the original post. Anyone who has made the transition into minimalist footwear is familiar with what we at Technically Running like to refer to as the “calf-ocalypse“.  It is the sometimes intense soreness that occurs after a run … Read More

The Vibram Transition: Chapter 4

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One of the most striking transformations that took place during our transition into and continued use of Vibram FiveFingers was that of our feet. Before I began running in FiveFingers, I don’t think I ever put much thought into just how different one person’s feet are from another’s or what the natural form of the foot should be. Transitioning into … Read More

Staying Warm and Staying Minimal

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For those of you who run in Vibram FiveFingers, and, like Meagan and I, are going to attempt to brave the great outdoors this winter by continuing to run outside, this post is for you! Yesterday was a bit of a reality check for both Meagan and I when we headed to Milwaukee to lock down a DJ for our … Read More