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Is it Legal to Drive Barefoot in France? Oui, Oui, Oui!

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The question recently came up, “Is it legal to drive barefoot in France?”, and with many thanks and a hat-tip to our like-minded friends across the pond at Barefooting.eu, (French Law), (English Translation), we find the answer is Oui, Oui, Oui! [slideshow_deploy id=’848′]   […]

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Henry Patterson, 10, was disqualified from an inter-zone race in Lower Hutt for running barefoot. Photo/ Jo Murray

NZ Boy, 10, disqualified from race for running barefoot

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Boy, 10, disqualified from race for running barefoot After winning his opening heat in a track meet that included other barefoot sports, a 10 year old boy was retroactively disqualified from running the race final, because he had run his heat barefoot.  The reason given was a rule not normally enforced, but which was being […]

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Braving It Barefoot

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  I was introduced to the “Barefoot is Legal” world accidentally.  I just so happened to be working on another project at the time; a kratom awareness project.  I ended up calling in to Proof Negative on Freedomizer Radio.  After getting to know the host of the show, he invited me to take a look […]

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Why You Should let your Kids go Barefoot Outside

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There’s a kid running around the playground, laughing like the other kids, but the only difference is that he’s barefoot. Are you this child’s parent, beaming at him as he enjoys his day, or are you the parent of another child, with shoes securely tied? Regardless of where you stand, there are a great number […]

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Cold Footing

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Winter is not a great time for going barefoot. Cold temps make going outside unpleasant and without footwear could even be dangerous. However, it doesn’t mean we have to go completely shod until warmer days return. During the colder months, we use tools to keep warm when outside. Coats, hats, gloves and more are common […]

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Barefoot Halloween

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With the arrival of October, stores are full of Halloween candy, and costumes. Parents are looking fir kid’s costumes and possibly even their own. With all the dressing up to grab candy, make bare feet part of the outfit. Halloween is an occasion where you expect different attire of all sorts. Even if you’re uneasy […]

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Barefoot for All

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A quick search on the internet will find several health benefits for going barefoot. Being able to walk correctly and proper foot development are just a few of the benefits of shedding shoes. However, what about people that are unable to walk and use a wheelchair to get around? Going sans footwear can be helpful […]

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Barefoot to School

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With the end of August, most schools in the United States are back in session or will be soon. For many students, this means the days of barefoot summer are over and shoes are being forced upon them. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. Most US schools require footwear for pupils, even very […]

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Free Summer Feet

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It is mid June and summer is in full swing in the US. Kids are off from school, families are taking vacations, and spending time outdoors. With the warm weather, sandals and flip-flops are seen everywhere, but it’s a great time to go barefoot. With families spending time at home and visiting friends, make a […]

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Active Feet

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With outdoor activities in full swing in the US, this is a great opportunity to be barefoot outdoors and spread barefoot awareness. Sports Activities such as karate and swimming are normally done barefoot, but those aren’t the only ones. Other sports like baseball, soccer, track, rugby, and more can all be done without footwear. In […]

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Children study Barefoot at Primary School in UK

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Primary school children have been told to wear only socks for lessons after shoes were banned in an attempt to improve children’s results. Holmbush Primary School in Shoreham, West Sussex, declared that children should study barefoot after the school’s ‘Learning Council’, made up of Year Six pupils, found that ‘shoeless classrooms’ could help pupils learn. […]

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