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Mens Boulder Boot Black

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Mens Boulder Boot Black

Mens Boulder Boot Black

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9.9oz *Vegan Lightweight Packable Boot

Finding boots that are ultra-minimalist, featuring a wide toebox, lightweight form, and zero-drop design is more difficult than locating the infamous Sasquatch…but why?  Where is the minimalist boot that is the natural shape of the human foot; a boot that brings your feet closer to the earth with a barefoot design; a boot so lightweight that it cuts down on ounces more than this week's fad diet; and a boot that has a wide toebox with more open space than the state of Kansas? Well, guess what, Dorothy? Welcome home!

We here at Lems Shoes believe that you don't need to be some environmentalist who survives on organic granola and berries to know that going natural can have its benefits, which is why we bring you the Boulder Boot - a barefoot boot that has all of the natural features you’ve been searching for all while promoting healthy foot development, better balance, increased mobility in the feet, legs, and back AND helps to alleviate certain foot ailments such as bunions and hammer toes. If you're ready for a 9.9oz boot (size 43) that can pack down into the smallest of daypacks or carry you on the farthest of Sasquatch searches, then it’s time you rock the Boulder.

  • LAST      Lems Natural-Shape™ Last
  • UPPER   1200 denier nylon - *VEGAN
  • LINING   100% cotton
  • OUTSOLE   9.0mm LemsRubber™ (air-injection rubber)
  • FOOTBED   3.0mm removable PU insole
  • INSOLE BOARD   1.0mm PU strobel (lined with fabric on top)
  • STACK HEIGHT   10.0mm (not including 3.0mm footbed)
  • DROP   0.0mm (Zero-Drop)
  • WEIGHT   9.9oz/280g (sz 43)


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  • 4
    Good boots!

    Posted by Chris on Nov 30th 2016

    These are definitely nice boots, very comfortable, pretty warm, nice to walk in, and look good too. Great for a casual wear boot. They're somewhat water resistant (a quick splash or something), but don't do well with constant water like in heavy rain (which is to be expected). Overall I would recommend them.

  • 4
    Boulder Boot Black

    Posted by Guus van Es on Nov 28th 2016

    This seems like a five star boot, but I'm wearing them too shortly to go further than 4-stars. I love the zero-drop, wide toebox, but wonder how extreme wet weather will affect the shoes performance. Is gore-tex really not necessary? Or a Vibram sole? And how will the shoe perform with heavy loads on rough tracks? Is the support enough to grant safe passage, provided that ankle and foot are strong? A nasty slip off the track comes, by de finition, always unsuspected....and your foot may bend in strange directions. Finally, if this shoe stays in form for a year - with my mileage - it will surpass my Scarpa Mojito Plus as favorite light-hiker. Greetings form the rough trails in the flattest country on earth, the Netherlands (where they charge you a lot more in € than you do in $)!