- Casual boots with a minimalist, hiker style
- Leather and nylon upper is durable and sleek
- Cotton lining enhances breathability on warm days
- LemsRubber air-injected sole is lightweight yet supportive
- Removable footbed promotes natural alignment and wicks sweat
- Zero drop design encourages a natural stride
- Item #LEOA007
- Upper Material
- leather, 1200D nylon
- Lems Natural-Shape
- removable, moisture-wicking polyurethane(3.5mm)
- polyurethane strobel
- LemsRubber (air-injection rubber)
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
What do you think about this product?
October 13, 2020
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought
- 5` 1"
- 135 lbs
Really happy with these! They look great, and the sizing was actually pretty accurate imo. I did go up a half size, but I usually do that with boots anyway. I followed the sizing chart recommendations and no issues there. I have to be honest though, the first two days I wore them, they did hurt the backs of my legs above my ankles. They where so stiff they dug into my lower calfs and made them feel bruised/sore. However, I used some leather softener on them and twisted/scrunched them a bit at night to help brake them in and ease up on the stiffness. By the third day they were perfect! Very comfortable and lightweight feeling to walk around in, and they look pretty good too! I was a little worried at first that they where going to be "too barefoot", as I don't really care about that part so much. I was more interested the wider toe box opposed to the "drop heel" or stripped down "minimalist" thing, lol. Thankfully though, there is a decent amount of padding inside. Not so much that your feet are squished, but not so little that they're uncomfortable. The "packable" feature seems a little unnecessary to me, but some may like it. I just would have preferred them to be less stiff over the roll them up in a ball feature, lol. But hey, like I said, I was able to loosen them up with leather softener so no real complaints! Definitely worth giving them a try, and don't be discouraged if they're so stiff they hurt the backs of your ankles at first, just brake them in a bit if it bothers you!