Who should buy the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux
You will love the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux if:
- You want appealing neutral running shoes that provide a pleasant underfoot experience and efficient performance
- You want a durable, lightweight, shoe that you can use for all-day wear, walking, jogging, or for long-distance
Get flexible underfoot experience with the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux outsole
The outsole unit of the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux features ground-contact TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane). This compound is able to provide traction and a flexible underfoot experience.
The PRO5™ technology is a very thin layer that is resistant to punctures. It protects the foot from the abrasive nature of the elements on the paths
A hexagonal tread pattern heightens surface grip and flexibility.
Feel the ground beneath with the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux midsole
The TPU sole is responsible for carrying the foot throughout the running session. It is able to resist sagging or early material breakdown. The thinness of the construction permits the wearer to get a feel of the ground beneath.
A leather footbed is placed on top of the main platform. This add-on offers a bit more cushioning without sacrificing flexibility. It also follows the contours of the underfoot, thereby supporting sections that are not usually given attention.
Durable and flexible coverage with the Vivobarefoot Primus Lux upper
The upper unit is made of Pittards® animal leather. The material is not thick, yet it is both durable and flexible. It has tiny breathing holes that maintain a cool and dry interior for the foot.
The elements on the upper are stitched together, not glued. Such a configuration heightens the overall sturdiness of the façade.
Round laces go through stitch-reinforced eyelets on the instep. These fabric cords are able to adjust the tightness or looseness of the fit while also preventing in-shoe wobbling.
The heel lining is made of leather. It is capable of keeping the back of the foot in place and preventing it from exiting the foot-chamber unintentionally.