For tens of thousands of years, humans ran on bare feet. Then we developed an assortment of specialized shoes, including - particularly since the 1960s - a seemingly limitless variety of running shoes. Despite the perceived advantages of foot protection, some runners in recent years have returned to barefoot running, believing it is a more natural way to run and therefore less injurious to the feet and legs.



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