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Prio - Lunar - men

XeroShoes Prio - Lunar - men


  • Prio - Lunar - men
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  • Prio - Lunar - men
  • Prio - Lunar - men
  • Prio - Lunar - men
  • Prio - Lunar - men
  • Prio - Lunar - men


Prio - Lunar - men


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    • Free shipping (BE & NL) From €50,-

    Whether you want to run, discover a new trail route or go for a workout, the Xero Prio Lunar gives you the ideal combination of freedom and protection.

    Product description

    The Xero Shoes Prio was Xero's first running shoe. Prio stands for proPRIOption, which means allowing your feet to move as nature intended.

    "Just Enough" Protection:

    The Xero Shoes Prio Lunar uses the same 5.5mm FeelTrue® rubber as the Z-Trek sandal, so you get great protection while still getting the ground feedback your feet love. The 2 mm thick insole provides is removable. Want more barefoot feel? Then simply remove this insole!


    A Xero Shoes Prio Lunar shoe (size 42) weighs just 216 grams

    Safe feeling:

    Our (Huarache sandal-inspired) reflective heel and instep straps keep your foot secure-with or without socks-while keeping your toes free to move. Plus, the Prio is made from 100% vegan-friendly materials.

    Correct Toes Approved:

    • Zero Drop: in other words no elevation in the heel
    • No raised toes (or the sole is flexible enough that the toes come flat when loaded)
    • Wide at the toes: allows natural toe spread
    • Flexible sole: allows natural movement of the foot

    In barefoot shoes with the "Correct Toes Approved" label, most people will be able to wear Correct Toes.


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