'Kórima' means 'sharing' in the language of the Tarahumara.
This was originally posted on Scott’s personal blog.
We played, laughed, and smiled as we ran in a pack, like a tribe, down the brush and cactus lined switchbacks from the lighthouse. Below the clear blue sky, the ocean stretched out to the horizon on one side and the rolling landscape of Mazatlan stretched out on the other. Shawn was the dj to our mobile party blasting some energizing dubstep...Read More
We have a plenty of fun pictures this newsletter, plus a 15% off coupon and the return of the Leadville Pacer:
Below are some of Barefoot Ted’s finest photos from...Read More
We have some big changes, new products, and a weekly contest to talk about as we head into spring:
Reading Christopher McDougall’s recent article titled “Born to Be Barefoot” was a great pleasure. His article succinctly confirms and validates for me the worthiness of the pursuit of personal understanding through self-experimentation and hints from the stories and traditions of our most ancient ancestors.
Christopher McDougall’s book “Born to Run” has moved a lot of us to reexamine what it means...Read More
The leaves are changing and so are our shipping options. Here’s what else is going on at Luna in October:
We have some big changes, new products, and a weekly contest to talk about as we head into fall:
We are really...Read More
It’s been a busy (in a good way) month at Luna Sandals. Here’s an update on what’s been happening recently at Luna, as well as a preview of things to come:
Lunatics, Lunar Explorers, Fellow Space Monkeys…
This monkey is riding the biggest wave he has ever ridden…and loving it.
Lots of folks are wondering where I am going with Luna Sandals. Have I become a shoe salesman they wonder. “How can Barefoot Ted sell footwear? After all he’s ‘Barefoot’ Ted, right?”
Well Space Monkeys, truth be told, I founded Luna Sandalsin order to make the best sandals in...Read More