There are many running purists out there who believe training barefoot is the best, but it isn't very realistic for many people in urban areas around the world, which is where Crosskix come in to help make the experience a little bit more organic. Crosskix work by eliminating traditional insoles and encouraging the runner to go barefoot during jogs or workouts.
Made from a unique composite foam that's completely biodegradable, Crosskix pick up where Crocs left off. Instead of being flimsy, unsupportive and unfashionable, Crosskix put the focus back on function and fitness. Looking like a trainer, but featuring such clever design aspects as an embedded drainage system for water/moisture, a supportive outer sole and a snug Velcro closure, Crosskix are starting a new trend in athletic footwear by getting back to basics in uber futuristic style.
Check out the Crosskix homepage for more information.