Super excited to announce and release the Organic Cotton Trail Monster T-Shirt designed by artist and Bedrock runner Enoch Cincotta! During the Holiday Season (ending 12/10) every pair of sandals ordered will get a FREE Trail Monster T-Shirt. Available in both white and river blue. CRAVE the TRAIL and enjoy the holidays!
1. A fold of rock in which the strata slope upward.
We are excited to launch the New Bedrock Syncline. The Syncline combines many of the best elements of Bedrock Sandals from our design, testing, and development over the past 3 years. The Syncline comes with our new rugged 8mm Vibram Sole, Inlayed Side Holes, Custom Bedrock Military Grade Straps, and Functional Heel Pull-Up Tabs. We are adding three new solid bedrock strap colors with no dotted center line (teal, lapiz blue, and gray). Learn more and order a pair of Synclines.
A fold of rock in which the strata slope upward.
Think Mountains. The New Bedrock Syncline Sandals will launch next Wednesday 11/27 along with 3 new Bedrock exclusive military grade strap colors. Also on Wednesday a special limited holiday deal. Stay tuned by subscribing to our newsletter in the footer below.
Naresh Kumar @iamarunr talking about the wilderness he experience over 3.5 days of back-to-back ultra marathons along the John Muir Trail, California in his Bedrocks. The full video about the John Muir Trail and Naresh Kumar’s story coming soon!
After Jonny Bobgan left the Marines the VA hospital recommended he try minimalist footwear to help strengthen from injuries. Below is Jonny’s account of his first running experience in Bedrock Sandals.
“After a couple weeks of adjusting to my Bedrock Sandals by wearing them around the house and to work every other day, I went for my first run. It took a half-mile of pavement to get to the trail, of which I walked half because it felt harsh and unfamiliar. Upon entering the forest, it was love at first step. I could feel the earth beneath my feet in a brand new way; a more primal way, feeling every curve and slope of dirt, and every rock beneath my feet. It felt like my feet were hitting the dirt as they were intended to, not as I had learned to over the years.”
Read the rest of Jonny’s inspiring story on his blog.