Let nothing stop the natural growth of their feet!
Children's growth is a key stage for their feet.
That's why they should spend as much time as possible barefoot or in shoes that feel as if they are barefoot.
Vivobarefoot Primus School shoes allow the correct development of:
Back. They have no heel. The natural curvature of the spine is not modified and develops correctly.
- Hip. The range of movement is wide and is not shortened by the heel of the shoes.
Toes. The width at the front does not modify the linearity of the toes. The big toe, the engine of the foot, is strengthened with each step.
Ankles. Allows the foot to move through all ranges of motion by strengthening bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments.
Remember that the plantar bridge develops in the early stages and for this you need contact with hard surfaces, feel the ground and your foot to move without restriction.
A tree is only as strong as its roots,
a child is as agile as his feet.
Made for everyday adventure
Pittards tanned insulating leather uppers to keep the foot warm and comfortable
Multi-terrain 5mm thick outsole for use in any situation. Small hexagonal lugs provide great grip and durability.
PRO5 inner layer, five times more puncture resistant than a standard sole of the same thickness.
Classic lace-up fit.
Tongue and heel are lightly padded for a snug and comfortable fit around the ankle.
The Vivobarefoot Primus School is as close to a foot as you can get, but with just enough protection for them to play, jump, run or dance safely.
They're tough enough to withstand the wildest adventures on the playground and stylish enough for the classroom.
Sizing is similar to other Vivobarefoot. The right thing to do is to measure your foot and use the button next to the size selector.
And if you don't get it right the first time, get it right the second time.
The system to change size is simple, fast and free if you activate the exchange insurance for 1,99€ (valid for Spain and Portugal).
For more information about the fit, see the video and the information on this link.