Like the Primal Pursuit, the mid-top version is built on Lems “Wide” Natural Shape Last’, which isn’t their “Widest” last but should still fit Correct Toes for most people. They’re zero-drop, so they have no heel elevation; however, they do have a slight toe spring. The 14 mm outsole comes with a 4.5 mm moisture-wicking cushioned insole. The relatively thicker outsole and structured nature of the mid-top upper limit mobility and flexibility are noticeably compared to other barefoot shoes. Similarly, proprioceptive abilities are diminished by the thickness of the sole and cushion, but that can be helpful on rugged terrain.
The structured nature of the shoe makes it very accessible to people who might be used to more supportive footwear and are in the beginning stages of strengthening their feet. For those who are used to more minimal footwear, this shoe will feel protective but possibly restrictive.