The Barefoot Hiker

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Ten Speed Press, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 98 pages
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Once again we have found the unique in outdoor books-the first book about hiking barefoot. Developed by a hiker in New England, it introduces people to the idea that the foot can hit the trail without benefit of boot or sneaker. All the joys, the hazards, and the myths are dealt with, along with a lot of careful instructions for beginners.

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User Review  - Satyrblade - Goodreads

*laughs* This book, in part, inspired me to hike several weeks on the Appalachian Trail barefoot. I almost never wear shoes as things are, in the woods or otherwise. This book, though, gave me some ... Read full review

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User Review  - coffeebookperfect - LibraryThing

Factual and interesting perspectives on going barefoot from an experienced barefooter Read full review

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