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Mesa Shoe - Women's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $90.96 - $104.00 Original price: $130.00
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Why We Like The Mesa Shoe

Lems is keeping things comfortable with the Mesa Shoe. A fast-drying synthetic mesh upper provides us with a constantly fresh, virtually weightless feel. Mix in the supple cushioning and 4mm drop for some well-deserved joint relief, and we're prepared for any long days on our feet.


  • Casual sneakers for comfort during repetitive motion
  • Mesh upper is lightweight and breathable
  • EVA offers cushion for each step
  • 4mm drop encourages a natural stride
  • Durable tread withstands daily wear
  • Item #LEOA00G
Upper Material
synthetic knit mesh
active functional fit
4.5mm breathable molded PU
Claimed Weight

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

November 24, 2020

Super comfy, size up

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 5"

I love these shoes! I?ve had them for 6 months. They give me a little bit of much needed wiggle room for my toes which are often crowded when I wear shoes. I bought my normal size, 7.5, and found that they do run just a little bit small, on the days that my feet are a little larger than usual my toes do touch the ends, I?ve also found that the sock style construction (no tongue, there?s just elastic underneath the laces which you slide your foot into is nice and comfy, no pressure point where the tongue is digging into the top of your foot, but it also makes them a little tough to pull on, though once they?re on they stay put. The elastic has loosened a little bit over time and they?ve become easier to put on, but before that happened I did break the hard rubber at the back a little bit that forms the back of the shoe as it flexed as I tried to get my foot in. I sometimes have to move those broken pieces around a little bit to make it comfortable on the back of my foot. Other than that they?re holding up, the only sign of wear on the outside are at the sides of the toes where the fabric is fraying a little bit where the shoe flexes, but no holes yet, they?re overall pretty solid! I?ve worn them at least 5 days a week since I got them.