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TrailStars Omega

New Shamma Lacing, new possibilities- TrailStars are designed to take on the toughest trails while keeping you comfortably secure. TrailStar Omegas have whole new lacing system, which connects the forefoot and big toe to the sandal like never before. With the Trailstars, you get shoe-level connection to the sole, using our proprietary Forefoot UltraStrap and SoleAnchors. Forefoot UltraStraps and SoleAnchors allow total control over your adjustments, to give you a perfect fit.  All this in minimalist sandal that allows for flexibility and natural foot movement.


The TrailStars lacing is made from HP UltraSuede, which is material that is made without leather but that will provide comfort and security all day long!


TrailStar Omegas share the same rugged sole as the Alphas and Mountain Goats only thicker. The main difference between them is the 8mm Vibram Newflex. 

 Sole composition and stack height:

  • 8mm Vibram Newflex
  • 6mm Vibram Morflex
  • 1mm UltraGrip footbed
  • Total stack height of 15mm

The TrailStars Omega are vegan.

Have a wide foot and/or a high arch? Choose the L option in your size! The L size option will allow you to get the same size sole, but with longer straps to account for wide feet/high arches. Not sure if you should get a size L sandal? Email us at and we would be happy to help!


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    Michelle C.
    United States


    I have had these sandals for about a month now and I really like them. They were my initial introduction into minimalist footwear, and the thicker sole has been a great transition to the concept—though it is thicker it is still very flexible. They are comfortable and quick to break in. The straps are soft, and don’t show signs of wear yet. I’m planning to take them to Europe because I think they will be a great summer travel sandal.

    Caitlin L.
    United States United States

    Really liking them so far

    These are my first pair of Shamma sandals, recommended on Anya's Reviews. I'm transitioning to zero drop and no arch support, and the Trailstars Omega have been great. They're the perfect amount of support for me right now and the straps are very comfortable. I find the flop flop style strap between the big toe and second toe to be a bit painful, and have found these to be a great alternative. I'd love to see them in different colors if possible! Thanks

    Russell E.
    United States United States

    Really great design!

    The Trail Stars Omega... really great design and highest quality. I love that they have a big toe loop! Like many, I have bunions, esp. on my right foot, where the big toe crowds over against the other toes. So I've been hoping someone would come out with a sandal that would remedy this, and these Trail Stars do! The big toe is held in it's proper place, and they are comfortable and have a little extra sole thickness for the rockier trails. Thank you folks at Shamma!

    Trail M.
    United States United States

    Promising Backpacking Shoe; Some caveats

    These are a solid pair of hiking and backpacking shoes, with a few caveats. Pros: - Nice and cushy for wearing with a heavy backpack. - Straps are soft and comfortable, and keep the sandals very stable on feet. - They are very easy to adjust. Cons: - Although these are not the "LE" leather-soled sandals, they do have leather straps. While backpacking and hiking, I walk through streams, rain and mud, and do not want to worry about leather care. These should have nylon straps, like the non-leather version of other Shamma sandals. - The seams between the leather straps and the nylon parts that connect the velcro and buckles are not smooth, and rub a fair amount. I don't know how long I'll have to wear them before I no longer need bandaids at these seams. - The extra thickness of the footbed would be more useful as extra thickness of the tread, instead. The tread on these sandals isn't deep or wide enough to function particularly well on any kind of gravel. As someone who lives in the frequently dry west coast, I hike on a lot of gravely dirt.

    Thinking of transitioning to barefoot running?