No more chunky shoes and sweaty feet when approaching the climbing garden or boulder block. The barefoot shoe Pure Freedom by Meindl offers you a lot of breathing and freedom of movement and thanks to its Vibram sole you still have a good footing. We present the shoe to you.
In numerous climbing and bouldering areas, the approach is good enough that it can be mastered in flip flops or sandals. But who doesn't know the problem? You quickly slip away from the footbed and lose your grip. If you still don't want to do without comfort and a lot of "air" around your feet on hot summer days, you will with the Pure Freedom by Meindl happy.
Another advantage of the Pure Freedom is its quick lacing system. After a “go” on the route or in the boulder, you have the shoe on your feet almost as quickly as your flip flops.
The sole with its honeycomb structure is arranged in such a way that a natural rolling movement of the foot is supported. As a result, you run barefoot, but are still well protected from sharp stones and hot asphalt.
The shaft of the shoe is made entirely of elastic nylon and fits perfectly to the foot. Protectors are attached to the heel and toe area to protect you and give the foot additional support.
Ultralight and foldable
Although your foot from Pure freedom optimally supported, it only weighs 135 grams. It is therefore your ideal companion on high gear as a hut shoe. Rolled up, it can be stowed in a small compartment in the backpack.
Overview of technical details
- Upper: knit mesh
- Sole: Vibram Lite Base
- Weight: 135 grams