Trend shoes for women from BÄR
Whether in everyday life, during leisure time or at work, we usually rely on our feet for several hours a day. But if the footwear doesn't fit, even the shortest strain can lead to discomfort. At BÄR, you'll find shoes for women that are both completely on-trend and offer the highest level of comfort thanks to maximum toe room. Move functionally and healthily from foot to head with trendy women's shoes from BÄR!
Women's shoes all the rage at BÄR
Whether in the office, at meetings or on a long walk outdoors, our feet often work all day. This can be very strenuous, which is why the right footwear is a must. At BÄR, we have made it our mission to provide you with the best possible support. Your foot health is our top priority.
The fashionable women's shoes from BÄR accompany you every step of the way and support your health at the same time. All our models are handmade for you in up to 160 steps in the company's own factories. When developing BÄR shoes, we take care to act sustainably as well as to guarantee exceptional barefoot comfort for you. The stylish women's shoes from BÄR are not only real eye-catchers, they also offer you a lightweight feel and functional comfort.
Every BÄR barefoot shoe impresses with the following three criteria:
- Toefreedom: The unrestricted toe freedom ensures that there are no pressure points on your feet. Moreover, because you are always walking and standing securely, your body statics remain in balance, while your muscles and joints are always evenly loaded. Heel spurs and arthritis, for example, can be prevented in this way.
- Zero heel: A zero heel promotes an even load on your feet. This improves blood circulation and helps prevent a variety of tensions throughout the body. There is a perfect sole for every person.
- Flexibility: The combination of different high-quality materials allows for maximum walking comfort and a natural flow of movement. The anatomical rolling motion is invariably light, your muscles and veins are dynamically trained and stabilised.