Da Vinci called the foot “a masterpiece of engineering,” but to access its full potential, we need to let them perform as they were meant to. Lems’ Boulder Boot ($100) does just that.
It’s built with a natural shape so your toes have space to spread for stability and shock absorption, flexible outsoles that allow a natural range of motion, and a zero-drop footbed that puts your spine into proper alignment.
Oh, and they’re collapsible. You can roll them up and stuff them in a carry-on — something very few boots can put on their CV.
Stain and moisture resistant 1200 denier nylon, leather uppers, soft cotton lining — put it all together and you get a super versatile, featherlight (9.9 oz) everyday boot. And did we mention that all Lems boots come with free shipping?
If a barely-there boot is what you’re in need of — one still rugged enough for the trails — then lace up in a pair of Lems Boulder Boots.
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