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The BEST Grounding Shoes (Made With Natural Materials)

If you're looking for the high quality grounding shoes that are made with natural materials, you're in the right place! These are the best brands I've found for earthing shoes, most of which I wear regularly myself. This blog post contains affiliate links. Thank you so much for supporting my blog.



Wearing grounding shoes is a great way to get in extra grounding time for those that would rather not go barefoot all the time. Keep in mind, the health benefits of grounding are 100% free—all you have to do is go barefoot or jump in a natural body of water. For that reason, grounding shoes are more of a "nice to have" than a "need to have" for most people.


Personally, I like to do a mix of going barefoot and wearing grounding shoes, so as to maximize the benefits from grounding (as I'm not someone that goes barefoot all the time). To learn more about the health benefits of grounding, visit this blog post.


There are lots of grounding shoes brands, but most of them still use synthetic materials (ex. plastics). Personally, I am trying my best to move towards more natural materials. I find them to be more comfortable and realize it's better for my health and the environment.


That being said, I am not perfect about wearing natural materials. When it comes to living a more "low-tox" lifestyle always remember to go at your own pace and realize our bodies don't need perfection.


Here are my favorite brands for earthing shoes that are made with natural materials. Most of these brands I use and love myself. I've also tested several of these brands to make sure they work with my grounding tester.




Groundz shoes has a great selection of grounding shoes that are mostly made with natural materials such as leather, wool, rubber, etc. My very favorite pair of shoes I've ever owned is their "Dali Clays"—they are so comfortable, and are more of a "barefoot" style with a wide toe box.


I recently got their new "BIOs" sneakers, and they are amazingly comfy. They are lightweight, minimal, and barefoot style (which is a major plus in combination with grounding).


When ordering just make sure to read the description and check the sizing chart, as they do have certain styles (ex. sandals) that are more narrow and may not be suitable for those with high profile feet like me.


Here's a video sharing me testing out my Groundz shoes to making sure they work!


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Harmony 783 is where I found my grounding hiking boots, which I love! I've tested them and they definitely work with their grounding socks (or other wool socks). I'm not sure if the hiking boots are made with 100% natural materials, but I know they do use leather, suede, wool, etc (which was good enough for me). If you're looking for more modern and sleek grounding shoes, Harmony 783 is the shop for you!


They also have grounding socks available. Typically socks made with natural fibers such as cotton or wool will work just fine, but their grounding socks are lined with silver for extra conductivity. One potential downside to Harmony 783 is that their shoes are typically not barefoot style and the toe box isn't wide in all their styles.






Earthing Harmony is a brand I've had my eye on for a while, but haven't yet tried out myself. They have a variety of grounding shoes for both men and women including slip-ons, boots, flats, and sandals. All of their shoes are handmade with natural materials such as leather. I had to include them on this list as they are beautiful grounding shoes!





Nefes Shoes has a beautiful line of handmade leather shoes, many of which are grounding shoes (that are a more "barefoot" style). Personally, I have some of their slip ons and do really like them! I prefer the fit of Groundz brand shoes I have, but these have a much lower price point and are still very high quality shoes.


If you purchase from them, just make sure they are actually grounding shoes, as I believe they have some options that do not have a copper rivet for conductivity.






Raum Goods is another brand that I am yet to try, but am very impressed with. Their grounding shoes are barefoot style and made with natural materials. They have handmade slip-ons and sandals available and have many beautiful color options.


Raum has lots of reviews raving about their products!


I hope this blog post was helpful for you. If you have any additional recommendations for grounding shoes, please leave them in the comments! We'd love to hear from you.


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