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The ultimate footwear for allowing feet to perform naturally.

Separate big toe and complete flexibility.

Zero drop heel to toe for true barefoot feel. Midsole protects without losing ‘feel’ for the ground. Hook and eye fastening and breathable mesh uppers mean that shoes perform like a second skin.



A range of footwear for on and off the trail continuing Freet’s mission to unlock the potential of your feet.

Ultra lightweight and flexible to
facilitate good foot movement.




Allow children’s feet to move, develop
and grow naturally while being protected.

Suitable for all indoor and outdoor
activities. Children love the freedom
of going ‘barefoot’.




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Blog

  • 50% Summer Offer on all Freet products

    To make the most of the end of summer, we've extended the deadline to the end of September.  Please enjoy all our products at 50% discount until then. You might like our new improved Original 3 or Leap 2 or one of our existing 4+1 or 5 in 1 styles. Use the voucher code   Summer50  to get this discount. Changes to our Original and Leap include using our new improved Freet BreatheMesh upper (smoother, more breathable) and we have improved the heel area to 'hold' the heel better whilst still being as light and flexible.  See here . The Original's strap closure backing velcro has been extended to...

  • Worlds Longest Race

    We welcome William Sichel as Freet Ambassador. William is an Ultra Distance Runner and a finisher in the 2014 World's Longest Race Finisher (3100 Miles/5000km). He uses our shoes so far mainly for training and recovery. His next event is as follows: His 100th ultramarathon - this will be the Brugg 24 Hour road race in Switzerland on September 24th/25th 100th Ultra – Facts & Figures Some interesting facts and figures have emerged in my research around this event. First ultra was in 1994 Total miles run in races alone: 19,659 miles Total training miles: 57,200 miles Number of outright wins? 18...