Posted by Elliot on November 26, 2014
Bedrock Holiday Special
Bedrock Sandals is happy to launch our annual holiday sale! We are giving away a free pair of Nu-wool Injinjii socks ($20 value) to each of the first 100 pairs of 2.0 Bedrock Sandals sold between now and December 20th. In addition we are giving an additional discount to the Bedrock 1.0 sandals we have left in stock! Take advantage of this killer holiday special while you still can!
Epic Bedrock 2.0 Reviews
The reviews are coming in for our new Bedrock 2.0 sandals and people are raving. Folks are loving the extra grip that our woven footbed gives in wet conditions and the comfort and strength of our granite grip straps. Order your pair of Bedrock 2.0's now during our holiday special and get a free pair of injinjii socks ($17 value).
Gabbro 2.0 Review: Barefoot Jake's Minimalist Gear Blog:http://www.barefootjake.com/
Bedrock Crew in New Zealand on the Te Araroa Trail
Part of the Bedrock Sandals company has been on trail for the past 3 months walking, running, kayaking, and bicycling the length of New Zealand. Check out photos from their journey and see our Bedrock 2.0's in action in some of the worlds most beautiful and rugged trails. Read more about it here.
Along the Te Araroa TrailOver the past 78 days two members of the Bedrock Crew, co-founder Dan Opz, and Chief Experience Officer Naresh Kumar have been walking, running, kayaking, and bicycling the length of New Zealand along the 3,000 km long Te Araroa Trail. Bedrock is filming and producing a short film along the trail [...]
We know you all have been anxiously waiting for your 2.0 sandals to arrive in the mail, and we have good news! Our final supplies to start building are arriving today or tomorrow, and we'll start building in fort bedrock ASAP. We're hoping to begin sending out orders by the end of this week, with [...]
Bedrock Co-Founder Dan Opz and our Ambassador Naresh Kumar are headed out on a 4 month adventure along New Zealand's Te Araroa Trail. The Te Araroa is a brand new 3,000 kilometer long trail that travels the entire length of New Zealand (both islands). Dan and Naresh will be tramping the Te Araroa in our new Bedrock [...]
Below are brief and comprehensive product videos for all our 2.0 sandal models. Check them out to get a solid overview of each new sandal by our co-founder Dan. All videos made outside our HQ and factory space in Oakland, CA. Earthquake 2.0 Syncline 2.0 Gabbro 2.0 Gabbro 2.0 Lite
Bedrock is incredibly excited to release our new generation of sandals: Bedrock 2.0. Our 2.0 Bedrocks are now on Pre-sale with estimated delivery by the end of September. Pre-sale quantities are limited so if you'd like a pair of 2.0's we suggest you order as soon as possible. Our next batch of 2.0 sandals will [...]
When Naresh Kumar moved to the USA in 2010, he did not know that a sport like trail running existed. Watch along as Naresh runs a smokey 120 mile section of the John Muir Trail and tells his transformative story of barefoot style running. You can follow Naresh at http://instagram.com/iamarunr Credits Producer: Dan Opalacz Director: Cyrus Sutton Editor: Chris Olivas Videographer: Erin [...]
Over the past 12 days Bedrock Chief Experience Officer, Naresh Kumar, has been tramping the 310km long Annapurna Circuit and Sanctuary trails in Central Nepal. Naresh began in the jungle lowlands and hiked up to one of the highest mountain passes in the world at 17,769 Feet ASL, Thorung Pass. All hiked with his Bedrock [...]
Naresh Kumar and Bedrock co-founder, Dan Opz, set out on a 2 day long, 46 mile loop around the famous Rae’s Lake in Kings Canyon / Sequoia National Park. Naresh wore his Synclines and Dan wore some new prototype Bedrocks on the loop. The hike began June 21st – Summer Solstice – at Road’s End [...]
We are very excited for large and epic changes coming to Bedrock Sandals over the next months and upcoming year. Nick and myself (Dan) started Bedrock at age 23 pretty informally during an Americorps program we both did in Northern California. We both worked in Salmon Fisheries walking up and down Nor Cal streams counting [...]