Darren and I are notorious for wearing sandals all year round. It wasn’t that drastic when we were living in California, but a North Carolina winter can get a little chilly. We’re still not willing to give up the sandals though so I found a solution. Circadian Earth Runners are lightweight and durable in design, yet are built to hold up in all outdoor situations, including cold, especially if you wear the Injinji Wool Socks. They are footwear that I can use all year long and in almost any situation. For a busy traveler on the go, they’ve found a spot in my backpack.
The Circadian Earth Runners feature a 6mm high performance Vibramtread that offers the closest thing to going barefoot. As Canadians we don’t wear our shoes in the house, but I often forget that I’m wearing the Earth Runners because they feel so natural. They are lighter than any other sandals that I’ve worn before yet the lacing system and locking buckle keep them comfortably in place. The copper impregnated conductive laces attach to a copper plug on the bottom of the sandal allowing me to stay grounded to the earth throughout the day. My feet are on permanent vacation with Earth Runners.
The Injinji Wool Socks allow me to not only survive during the North Carolina winters, but to thrive. They keep my feet warm, even now in late December, and they offer thermo-regulating properties without sacrificing performance. While I was home in Nova Scotia, I wore the socks around the house to keep me warm and the sandals had grip even on the icy sidewalks.
Without the socks, I could pack Earth Runners in my bag for any warm weather destination and easily get away with bringing only one pair of shoes. That’s an amazing added bonus for a traveler who only brings a backpack.
I never thought I’d be a socks-in-sandals kind of gal, but Earth Runners along with Injinji Wool Socks are a modern, stylist way to stay grounded, warm, and as close to barefoot as possible.
I received the Circadian Earth Runners for free from Earth Runners as coordinated by Deep Creek PR an Outdoor Retailer Public Relations Company in consideration for review publication, but as you know by now, all opinions are my own.