“The lightest, most comfortable sport sandal your feet will ever love.”
Imagine your favorite sport sandal… you know the ones. They strap onto your foot, they weigh up to a pound — or more — they’re thick as a brick.
Now imagine getting rid of up to 70% of the weight, and almost all of the bulk!
Imagine a sport sandal that feels like you’ve simply glued a protective tire tread to your foot. Your feet are free and airy, they move and bend and flex. They can grip the ground as you hike. They’re as comfortable in the water — if you’re boating or fishing — as they are on land. They slide on and off in seconds, but hold securely no matter what you’re doing.
Amuri Z-trek Sports Sandals have:
Barefoot sandals don’t fit the same way as shoes, or other sandals. Just because you wear, say, a size 10 Nike Free, that doesn’t mean you’ll wear a size 10 Amuri Venture. Following the instructions below, you’ll get the correct fit for your Amuri Z-Trek, Venture, or Cloud sandals.
NOTE: Please follow these instructions to avoid ordering problems
3 Simple Steps to the Correct Fit
1) Measure your foot
Here’s a video showing the process:
2. Check your measurement against the charts, below
3. Verify the correct fit by printing the appropriate size template and comparing it to your foot
NOTE: For the Z-Trek, if you seem to be “between” sizes, we recommend choosing the smaller size.
Posted by boon hoe on 4th Aug 2016
I can't say much about running (cos I don't use them for running), but if you, like me, are a casual walker (I have tried walking in them continuously for 4 hours) into 'feeling the world' (enjoy exploring different terrains: grass, basketball court, concrete, stony, inclined,etc), then hesitate no further, z-trek is for you.
Maybe I can say a bit about running. For there were times when I needed to sprint, like beating the green man, or catching the bus. I could really feel the stride connecting with the ground. Also, the z-trek's grip to my feet didn't loosen one bit.
Enough said, I am going out now. To feel the world.
(Background info: Before wearing this, I had been wearing vivobarefoot for a year. And generally speaking, I was already the sort who could walk barefoot (real barefoot) for long lours. Just to provide a bit of context to the above review.)