“The Prio is the best minimalist shoe I’ve ever worn… and I’ve worn them all.” Danny Dreyer, Chi Running
NEW from Xero Shoes — seen on ABC’s Shark Tank.
Slip on your Prio, you’ll be comfortable running on the road, taking a trail run, hiking or walking, tackling a Crossfit workout or weightlifting session, or anything else you do on your feet.
What makes the Prio special? It’s all about NATURAL.
Natural FIT – A wide toe box lets your toes spread and relax.
Natural MOTION – Flexible enough to roll up and fit in your pack or pocket, Prio lets your feet bend and move naturally. A non-elevated, zero-drop heel allows for proper posture, and its low to the ground for balance and agility. (7-8mm stack height)
Natural FEEL – The patented FeelTrue sole gives you just-right protection plus the ground feedback and stimulation your feet (and brain!) want.
A huarache sandal-inspired reflective lacing system secures your heel. Adjustable instep straps hold down your midfoot.
Lightweight (W7 is 6 ounces), with Dual-Chevron treads for grip and traction.
No latex. No animal products. Vegan-friendly.
GUARANTEED performance — Xero Shoes have a 5,000 mile sole warranty. See the Seller’s website for full details.
GET YOUR SIZE: For correct fit, follow the instructions above.
Additional sizes/colors available at the company’s website.
Add To Cart Now! and Live Life Feet First in your new Xero Shoes.
- The lightweight, flexible performance shoe for road running, trail running, fitness, Crossfit, hiking, and more…
- Foot-first design. Wide toe boxes let your toes spread and relax. Zero-drop, non-elevated sole for proper posture
- Low-to-the-ground for balance and agility. The flexible sole lets your feet bend and move naturally.
- FeelTrue sole gives you great traction, protection, and the stimulation and feedback your feet and brain want.
- NOTE: For the best chance of a correct fit, please measure your foot: 1) Place a piece of paper on the floor, against a wall; 2) Step on the paper, your heel against the wall; 3) Mark the paper in line with your longest toe; 4) Measure that length with a ruler; 5) Compare that length to the sizing chart (link, above).