Mazatli Yaotl Trail Runner Ultralight and Vibram® Outsole Cactlis
Handcrafted Cactlis (Sandals), Made in East Los, California, USA
We make our cactlis at our studio/workshop in East Los Angeles, California using California sourced materials for comfort and longevity.
Mazatli Yaotl Trail Runner Ultralight Cactlis Specs
- Double-Toe-Posts: These cactlis utilize the Double-Toe-Post* strapping technology of Anahuac. *Patented
- Unique Lacing System: The .
Midsole: Flat 3mm of 10mm.
Insoles: 100% Real Leather
Vibram Solid Soles are Designed for Maximum Grip, Durability and Traction.
Each Vibram(r) product is designed for a particular use and engineered to meet three objectives: performance, comfort and durability.
Triple Bartack with L-Hook System
Locks in the vertical strap for a secure fit that won't fail.
Size 9 Pair: Weight: 7.9oz and Height: 8mm
The result is a very light-weight sole with great ground feel that makes Mazatli Yaotl Cactlis barefoot really amazing and comfortable.
True to Size. Order Usual Size
If your a size 9/9.5 order a size 9, a size 10/10.5 order a size 10 etc. Unisex: Male Size 8/ Female Size 9
Cactli: n. sandal; shoe.
Yaotl: n. warrior; soldier.
Anahuac: n. place of waters; mesoamerica.
Ulli: n. rubber.
Vibram: Each Vibram(r) product is designed for a particular use and engineered to meet three objectives: performance, comfort and durability. Vibram performance lies in the combination of an innovative, functional design and selected material compounds.
Built for the most demanding environments and activities, Vibram solid soles are designed for maximum grip, durability and traction.
Insole: The insole is attached to the lasting margin of the upper, which is the top layer of sole construction. Typically leather or other soft material.
Midsole: Provides cushioning and shock impact. Typically Ethylvinyl Acetate (EVA).
Outsole: The outsole is the layer in direct contact with the ground. It may comprise of a single piece often of different materials. Typically rubber or a rubber derivative. Note; primary documents detail Tlatoani Moctezuma wore Cactlis with rubber outsoles. The first ever documented use of footwear with rubber.