Luna vs. Bedrock Sandals

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  1. Kungaloosh Dan

    Kungaloosh Dan Barefooters

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    Anyone had experience with both?
    I've used Lunas for several years with little to complain about, but the bedrocks look kinda nice.
     
  2. Gordon

    Gordon Barefooters

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    I've got both. I like both. Lunas are Venado, Chocolate Mono, and Oso Flaco. Bedrocks are the Cairn Pro. The Chocolate Mono is hands down the most comfy sandal I've ever worn. It's my usual around town shoe in dry weather. Tread is minimal and cushioning is plush. The Venado is thin, light, and has no tread to speak of. It's the most minimal but slippery on mud, snow, ice, and loose gravel. Both of the others have good tread on, which I like because I use them mostly on trails or in the snow. The Oso Flaco is a little lighter and has slightly better ground feel while the Cairn Pro is sturdier and offers better protection, which is nice on pointy rocks. The Cairn also slips on and off(barely) without readjusting, there's no messing around with a tech strap. The strap mounting ears mean that the Cairn doesn't pack quite as flat as the Oso Flaco. I can't recommend one over the other, they're both really good.
     
  3. Kungaloosh Dan

    Kungaloosh Dan Barefooters

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    Excellent! This is very helpful, thanx.
    I use my sandals primarily for running, so it sounds like I am good either way :)
     

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