In this newsletter you will find details about our newest Luna Sandal: The Catamount. We also have updates on our full moon promotion, the Equus & the Equus Elasticized Laces, and details on some upcoming events. Enjoy!Our Newest Luna: The Catamount
We’re excited about our newest Luna Sandal called The Catamount, combining the 2-3 mm Equus leather footbed and a specially acquired 4mm trail-ready Vibram® rubber sole with superb tread and durability. This is our first model available with the lace sandwiched between the layers of soling material with no knot. However, it will also be available with the traditional toe hole and our new knot system. Check it out here: The Catamount
The Catamount branding mark - from a pictograph of a mountain lion.What’s New with the Equus?
The Equus has been a hugely popular Luna Sandal. We’ve been selling it with two sets of laces to encourage folks to try traditional lacing, but going forward we are dropping the price and selling it with your choice of either Traditional or Equus Elasticized Laces. See the Equus here: The EquusWhat’s New with our Equus Elasticized Laces and Knots?
We have been loving our Equus Elasticized Laces for their comfort and ease of use, allowing the huarache to become a slip on sandal. Recently we have begun securing the knot with a stainless steel fastener and rubberizing it to allow for greater durability. Be on the lookout for a lace refurbishing and upgrade program in the near future.2nd Annual NYC Barefoot Run
Luna Sandals is sponsoring this two day barefoot running event for both curious beginners and experts alike. Come join us on September 24-25, 2011 for clinics, minimalist footwear expo, talks, discussions and running….. with Christopher McDougall, Professor Daniel Leiberman, Barefoot Ted, Barefoot Ken Bob, Erwan Le Corre, Lee Saxby, Jason Robillard, Michael Sandler, Dr. Daniel Howell, Esther Gokhale, John Durant, and more. Check it out here: nycbarefootrun.comFull Moon Gathering & Trot
Our Full Moon Lunatic Gathering & Trot will meet tomorrow, July 15th, at 9pm in Volunteer Park in front of the Seattle Asian Art Museum. We’ll run an easy paced, meandering 2-3 miles through the neighborhood … with a big smiles and a big moon in the sky. See you there!
Best regards from Seattle, The Monkeys