Warriors Maximus

A durable sandal with a barefoot feelĀ - Flexible like a Warrior, rugged like a Mountain Goat- Warriors Maximus give you durability, protection, and grip in a thin and flexible sandal so that you can adventure roughly with a barefoot feel.


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    Hand Selected Materials

    Our individually selected rubber and leather is tough and durable. Perfect for running, these materials bring comfort and refinement to our sandals. No-slip Insole / Outsole post design keeps the heel strap up and in position at all times.

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    Elite Lacing System

    Our fifth generation lacing system is the most comfortable and secure system out there. With three adjustment zones it's easy to get the perfect fit. Constructed and lined with Toray UltrasuedeĀ® for maximum comfort, these laces hug and contour to your feet.

    High Performance

    The lightweight minimal design of Shamma Sandals make them ideal for running. Especially hitting the trail at high speed, Shammas are the ultimate minimalist running sandal. The flexibility of the sole coupled with the Elite Lacing System, make the sandals feel more like a glove than traditional sandals. 

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      Ian C.
      United States

      I like them better than regular Warriors

      I used the standard Shamma Warriors for three years and loved them for everyday use, hiking, occasional running, even tubing downriver. The Maximus is better. I don't get as many rocks in them, they're still plenty flexible, and I'm hoping they'll last a little longer too.

      Chelsea M.
      United States United States

      I want to love these.

      I wanted to love these. The sandal for my right foot I got adjusted to my liking, no issues. But my left foot was impossible to get comfortable. I watched the video on how to adjust them, Iā€™ve tried several different resting points for the buckle. The problem is, The sandal is so thin (and only on my left sandal) that when I walk I can feel the strap plug under the sandal. By the end of the day filled with a bunch of walking, the ball of my foot in between my toes where the strap sits felt pulverized. As if I had been stepping on a pebble all day. I havenā€™t worn them since, I definitely couldnā€™t run in these as is. Maybe I just need to break them in more. On a positive note, I got stuck in a very heavy rainfall while wearing these and I didnā€™t slip or feel unsafe entering onto smooth surfaces. Good grip.

      Camvien P.
      United States United States

      Blisters, blisters, blisters

      I am still breaking them in. Every time I wear them for an extended period of time, I get blisters on the inside of my foot (where the straps come out of the sole). I think the bottom half of the sandal is too narrow. Toe-box/toe-strap is fine. I wrote to Customer Service but have not heard back. Can I exchange maybe for a larger size?

      Jim W.
      United States United States

      Warriors Maximus

      I have purchased many different models of Shamma sandals and recently decided to try Warriors Maximus. Another home run as far as Iā€™m concerned. After getting the straps adjusted, they slip on and off with ease while at the same time stay secure in your feet. Truly a superb sandal. A bonus is the terrific team at Shamma. Nice, nice people.

      Layla M.
      United States United States

      Comfortable, convenient, versatile!

      I love that I can wear these hiking, lounging, AND at more formal occasions. They feel amazing and have held up well so far. Definitely worth the money as I would have worn out a cheap pair of sandals by now.

      Thinking of transitioning to barefoot running?