Ahinsa Mesh Sneaker - Black
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The Ahinsa barefoot mesh sneaker in classic black are the ideal sporty shoe for everyday wear.
Exclusively available from eRunCoach in Australia, the model currently in stock has been designed with an extra wide toebox to facilitate wearing with Correct Toes. To optimise the benefits of your Correct Toes we recommend wearing them as much as possible while active and weight bearing.
Ahinsa shoes can be made in a range of colours and features, so contact us if you would like to customise your shoe.
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Upper: Luxury CF (cruelty free) high performance material that is:
- water resistant
- excellent resistance to wear
Lining: soft black fully breathable AirNet® mesh.
Sole: Recycled motorbike tyre.
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Custom orders will incur international shipping rates.
Due to a recent increase in postal thefts reported by our customers we strongly recommend adding the $5 ‘Auspost Signature on Delivery’ service to your order at checkout. This option is in addition to Express Post Shipping.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT AHINSA
The designers at Ahinsa believe a shoe should:
- respect the anatomical shape (structure) of the feet
- respect the function of the feet
In practice, this means:
- enough space for the toes - this is achieved with a wide front of the shoe enabling toes to sufficiently grip and rebound.
- zero heel - the feet (and whole body) are in a natural and balanced position, the joints are centered and optimally loaded.
- thin and flexible sole - the feet are able to "read the terrain", meaning the brain receives essential information necessary to maintain balance.
- minimal shoe weight - less weight on your feet for a more natural gait, which gives you the feeling of walking barefoot.
- shoes do not deform the feet and can reduce injuries - Ahinsa shoes encourage natural foot movement, which increase strength in the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the foot and lower leg. This can help reduce injuries.