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Explore nature in comfort and style and feel connected to the ground with Be Lenka Trailwalker barefoot shoes. Easy to put on and take off, they are ideal for walking through natural terrains, easy hikes, forest paths, meadows, and even city walks.
Breathable leather uppers, combined with an ultra-flexible 4mm thick sole, allow your feet to move and flex naturally in comfort. Reconnect to nature and
rewild your feet with Be Lenka Trailwalker.
Be Lenka Trailwalker are leather trail shoes designed for outdoor leisure activities. They are an ideal companion for trail walking, easy hikes and camping.
Breathable premium quality leather uppers, combined with a 4 mm ultra-flexible sole and the wide toe box, provide the legendary Be Lenka barefoot comfort. The bootstrap located at the back helps you pull the shoes on and attach the shoes to your backpack and save space while travelling.
Like our entire barefoot range, the sneakers offer unrestricted & natural movement of the foot, thus guaranteeing comfort even during all-day use.
Human feet are built for unrestricted natural movement. Be Lenka Barefoot shoes allow your feet to move freely, comfortably and naturally without any limitations. They perfectly mimic walking barefoot, precisely as nature intended them to be.
Type of footwear: Walking shoes
Trailwalker shoes are suitable for outdoor leisure activities like easy hikes, trail walking, and outdoor workouts.
The size chart indicates the inner length and width of the shoes in centimetres.
We recommend adding an excess of 0.5 - 1.2 cm to the total length of your foot, which will give you your ideal shoe size.
Upper: Leather + Rubber
Lining: 60% PAD + 40% PU
Made in Czech Republic
The teenager who helped me with fitting the shoes at the store was very nice and the shoes work as well as it was advertised. Love it!
Be Lenka - Trailwalker
Newbie to barefoot shoes. Workmanship and the sizing of the shoes is precise. Nice design. Chose yellow and they look great!
Took them to my trip which involves extensive trailing and some light hiking. Yes they need some getting-used-to, but proves to be very comfy while on the move. Another surprising upside is the comfort they offer during long bus rides/ferry/flights. I no longer want to take off my shoes to stretch my toes.