I received these 3 days ago and haven’t taken them off since. I was planning to wear them outside, but they’re so comfortable as slippers that I’m planning to buy another pair for outdoor use. Highly, highly recommend.
Toddlers and Kids Shoes
Soft Genuine Leather | Vibram® Superflex Sole | True Barefoot Feel
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I don’t know why I didn’t buy a pair of Zeazoo before now. I’d seen them in Facebook groups, but they stayed under my purchase radar. I think maybe I wasn’t convinced by the velcro toe strap and had been put off sandals that look like non-barefoot styles by the shape of a pair of Softstar sandals I tried and returned early in my barefoot journey. Anyhoo, I saw that these were reduced and decided to give them a go. I’m SO glad I did. They are super cute, easy to put on, the leather is so soft and so is the footbed. The velcro strap doesn’t look granny at all. They go with absolutely everything, fit like a dream and I can wear my Correct Toes with them. I had to restrain myself from buying more in different colours and styles. Well done, Zeazoo!
Soft leather. Very comfortable. They are a generous length. Good value special offer price. Style works well if like me you need a generous toe box but have slimmer ankles. Like the way there is a choice of widths. Pleasing light gold colour with metallic lustre. For me the ankle strap is slightly loose & will need to add another hole. Great with warm weather casual clothes though hoping they can be worn for summer weddings & it will be goodbye forever to dancing in agonising heels
I bought these boots at someones recommendation, and am so so grateful I did. Having transitioned to barefoot shoes in the spring of 2020, my feet feeling 1000% happier for it, I was not prepared for the cold feet that I would then experience come winter time. I get cold feet generally anyway, but sometimes my feet would literally feel like blocks of ice in the shoes that I’d loved all year. So this year I decided to give the Zeazoo Dingo’s a try – and I am over the moon happy. Not only are my feet comfortable with the barefoot sole and space for the natural spread of the toes, but they are actually warm! I am so grateful for this, and, to the support offered at 100barefootsoles. The team are excellent, reassuring me on the sizing (I am usually a UK6.5/7, however am wearing a EU39 which is perfect, so worth measuring the feet for these shoes which come up big), and were so kind and helpful in posting the shoes when I would be around instead of out of the country. I could not recommend them more fully.
I really love these!! A great neutral colour, very comfortable, and easy to adjust the fit with the straps. They are the perfect casual sandal that can be dressed up or down. Lovely flexible soles.
I bought these to use as slippers as I’d tried some other sheepskin slippers and they were too narrow. I live in a house with v cold floors so need something toasty warm. These have not disappointed. I chose a size smaller than my usual size and they are perfect. They are wide and super flexible. When these finally wear out I’d be very happy to get another pair….might get another pair for outdoors anyway! They would be amazing for camping, to pop on from the tent/campervan to the shower block. I can see I’ll be getting another pair!
I bought these as a present for someone and they are so lovely I am buying myself a pair as well.
Our 5-year-old daughter has lived in these sandals over the summer and she loves them. They were comfortable from day 1, they go with all her clothes (phew!) and were really practical to take on holiday. Highly recommended!
Barefoot Boot Reviews
Womens Barefoot Boots
Move over Uggs! If you like the cozy warmth of Ugg boots but not the thick, stiff sole that doesn’t bend when you walk, you need this barefoot alternative.
I don’t fancy walking with planks strapped to my feet, do you? Feet bend on purpose, shoes should too! Enter the Zeazoo Dingo boot, a fully lined sheepskin boot with a flexible outsole. I love my Dingo boots and they have been super popular this year among foot nerds. Another huge bonus, they are handmade by a small business. So let’s talk about why the Dingo is a better choice than the Uggs……. Read more on Anya’s Review Blog
Your wish is ours too’ states Zeazoo on their website. And you know what this means?
Well, meet the new Zeazoo Dingo slip-on boots. With improved, even better foot-shaped toebox, made from cozy and warm sheepskin leather. How great is that …… Read more on Bose Nogice Blog
Whether you were a devoted Uggs wearer before moving to barefoot shoes or not, Zeazoo Dingo are worth a look. I never owned Uggs myself, but am understanding the devotion now that I’ve got the Dingos from Zeazoo. These are a great minimalist shoes dupe of that beloved Uggs style.
Check out the end of the post for multiple places you can purchase these boots, including some sweet discounts…… Read more on Obsessed with Barefoot shoes Blog
Kids Barefoot Boots
It’s winter and it’s snowing outside. Probably your children are already tempted to go playing in the snow, making a snowman and go sledding. But what to put them on their feet? They need a warm winter boot, but still soft, with enough room for their little toes to spread.
Here is a boot that can be the right one for your kids. Zeazoo Yeti…….. Read more on Bose Nogice Blog
Zeazoo let me youngest pick out a pair of shoes to review and he has loved them ever since. Check out below to see how the warm-lined Zeazoo Yeti Boots might work for your kids……. Read more on Obsessed with barefoot shoes Blog
Schuhe sollten aus meiner Sicht vor Kälte und Verletzungen schützen und ansonsten in keiner Weise die Entwicklung des Ganges, der Muskulatur und der Knochen beeinflussen. Naja, es wäre natürlich auch schön, wenn sie nett anzusehen sind…….. Read more on Meinwaldkind Blog