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Mens Boulder Boot Brown

9.9oz Lightweight Packable Boot
$115.00
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Mens Boulder Boot Brown

9.9oz Lightweight Packable Boot
$115.00

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3 Stars
biologist
Wonderful boots. The only draw back is the lack of a Gore-tex liner. The boots become virtually useless on rainy days in the Pacific Northwest and anywhere else that sees consistent seasonal rains. No spray on waterproofing treatment cuts it in any environment that sees even infrequent rainfall. Please make a breathable waterproof version of the Boulder boot, a simple Gore-tex liner, with the material cost and workmanship passed on
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Reviewed by:  from humboldt. on 4/26/2015
3/5
5 Stars
Great Minimalist Winter Shoes
Really comfortable, they look great, and with some thick socks, they're warm enough for around the town wear during a Michigan winter.
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Reviewed by:  from Michigan. on 11/22/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Cameraman's best friend
I'm a cinematographer, working on my feet for 12+ hours a day in a multitude of situations and terrain, often with a camera on my shoulder. These boots survived 3 months of hard use and long days all over South America on a documentary, and truly saved my feet. I would appreciate a little more traction on smooth surfaces, but otherwise they were perfect. I'll be buying these forever.
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Reviewed by:  from Los Angeles, CA. on 9/19/2014
5/5
2 Stars
They look great but...
These boots look great but they're simply not wide enough, the toe box tapers too much so my lovely Mortons toe is squished. The footbed is narrow so I have a blister in the middle of my foot. The sole is too stiff. Basically my feet are tired at the end of the day. I'm switching back to vivobarefoot
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Reviewed by:  from Toronto, Canada. on 4/16/2015
2/5
4 Stars
Deployed Nerd Needed Boots
Having had a couple of issues with the sizing and durability on Primals, I was a little hesitant at first to order a pair of Boulders without trying them on, but honestly, my Keen boots have been killing me during my 12 hour shifts here in Afghanistan. I had to try something to keep the swelling down. A 30 year old man in reasonable shape should not suffer from foot pain. The relief I've felt since wearing these boots has been instant and sustained. I'm a huge fan. They look great, they feel great to walk in, and they keep my feet from hurting when I sit at my desk for long periods of time. Solid win. If I had to take issue with anything, it'd be my concerns about durability and water resistance. I'm going to be putting some hard wear on these shoes and I'm concerned that the stitching is not going to hold up to long use and constant wear. If I had my 'druthers, I'd like to see an all-leather version of the boulder in a color like your brown ninetofives. I feel like it'd hold up a little better and I would not have to worry about going to get my waterproof but uncomfortable boots. You could remove the cloth inner and keep it as just supple leather. Like an uber- moccasin.
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Reviewed by:  from Afghanistan. on 8/23/2015
4/5
4 Stars
Great boot....but....
Love my boulder boots for everyday wear. I have even hiked over 40 miles in Yellowstone followed by 15 miles in a full backpack. The only drawback is no full leather option. That would make the boulder boot a truly usable outdoors boot. The lack of water resistance is a pain if things get even moderately wet. Mine are sprayed with Kiwi water protectant and that works well for light conditions. C'mon Lems! Give is a boulder boot in a lightweight leather option that can be fully water proofed! THEN you'd have perfection.
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Reviewed by:  from Iowa. on 9/29/2015
4/5
4 Stars
Philmont Scout Ranch in Boulder Boots
In june, I completed an 82 mile backpacking trip in New Mexico. Rugged Trek #24. We climbed two mountains, Tooth of Time and Baldy. I had been training in zero drop shoes before switching to Boulder Boots so my feet and muscles were ready for the change. I wanted light boots. My pack was 18lbs before food and water. Loaded I was around 35 lbs. The boots made it through the trip and I was never in pain, and no blisters. I also used trail toes to avoid blisters. The boots were comfortable to wear in camp after the long days. They really held up great overall and the lack of a heel was not an issue. I added an after market rock plate just for more protection. The leather at the toe separated from the sole a little. I was able to super glue it back together when I got back. The cavas held up great with no cuts or tears from any of the sharp rocks of which there were a lot. They got wet a couple of times and dried quickly. When the trails were wet they got slick in places. The traction was a little dicy at those times.. The leather along the side and front of the boot is showing signs of cracking. I have tried to treat it with some leather lotion. The leather at the heels take the Philmont brands very well. A great boot for the trip. No regrets on the choice. I am not sure this pair could make a second trip, but I would buy another pair to go again. I had other friends on the trip who bought much more rigid, heavy and expensive boots for the trip, but these were great for me. If the leather held up better and the toe separation had not started, I would have given the 5 stars.
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Reviewed by:  from Allen, TX. on 7/24/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Footwear Priest
All faithfuls, my brothers and sisters. The light of the footwear creator shineth on me and I have been blessed by his holy wide fitting minimalist footwear. Call off the crusades, the grail has been found. My sole, and your soles rejoice in the true and lasting comfort of these boulder boots! Light enough to walk on water and wide enough to hydroplane on puddles when walking at 30mph or faster. In all sincerity. Finally, a shoe that has the shape of a human foot, not a christmas elf.
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Reviewed by:  from ottawa. on 3/17/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Great for The Outdoors
I use these shoes for many outdoor activities such as hiking, fly fishing, and hunting. Its pretty tough out there to find a shoe that has a wide toe box for the toes to spread and also no support. But I love it; the feet, ankle, and leg muscles are meant to do the supporting when walking and hiking. Overall I could write a bunch about this shoe.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Utah. on 12/12/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Absolutely awesome!
There is one, and only one, downfall I have found and that's that they are not hugely waterproof out of the box and I tend to get wet feet from the morning dew in the grass. That's it! A quick spray with some waterproofing stuff and they are spot on. Since receiving them I have worn them all day everyday and they are by far the comfiest boots I have ever owned. They are smart enough with chinos to wear to work, casual enough with jeans at the pub and comfy enough to wear all day every day.
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Reviewed by:  from UK. on 10/5/2014
5/5
4 Stars
Mostly Pros, but some Cons
I got these a couple months ago and they have been pretty great so far. I work in a metalshop..nothing large scale but I do welding and machining and am on my feet all day. The toe box and zero drop on these have done wonders for my feet so far. It's pretty amazing, the bunions on my big toes don't hurt after working for 10 hours in these. That being said, I wish Lems would make a heavier duty hiking/work boot with a bellows/half-bellows tongue and gore-tex lining--if the boulder boots had these, they would be perfect. The sizing is also a bit strange so I had to try a couple different sizes to get it right. I'm usually a 9-9.5 and am wearing a 10 in these. Don't worry though, customer service is great!
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Reviewed by:  from NYC. on 11/22/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Geezer
Took a chance on the Boulder Boot for winter wear when it is either too wet or too icy (or both) for moccasins. Purchased a size or so larger to allow for felt foot bed and heavy wool socks. I was skeptical about the cotton lining but there were no problems encountered with snow up to about three inches which was all we had last year. The narrow heel and wide fore foot dimensions were exactly what I was looking for - solid fit and room to spread out. They have become my town and traveling foot wear as well since concrete, especially when wet and moccasins don't mix well. anyone who has made the change from heels of any height and experienced the improvements in skeletal, tendon and muscle health will very likely be as pleased as I was. For those considering the change - well, why not?
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Reviewed by:  from New Mexico. on 9/22/2015
5/5
5 Stars
THE MOST COMFORTABLE BOOTS
They're the most comfortable boots I've ever had. They feel unbelievable great. Very wide for my fingers. Very good boots keeping in mind it's not a heavy-duty boot it'd be great a whole leather boot for mountaineering and heavy-duty tasks.
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Reviewed by:  from Spain. on 1/30/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Satisfying
I was looking for a barefoot boot that was gonna carry me through the rain and the snow in the Swedish autumn and winter. I applied an extra waterproofing and i love when everybody takes an extra detour around the waterpuddles whilst i just march straight through. Almost a feeling of being a child to be able to walk througn puddles of water without a doubt! Love it! =) Also good looking and comfortable.
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Reviewed by:  from Sweden, Gothenburg. on 10/29/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Excellent - Love them
Extremely comfortable. Materials feel great, and everything seems put together very well. They look awesome, feel awesome, and perform awesome. Only one issue - they definitely don't seem water resistant at all. Walking more than 10-20 feet in dew-covered grass can result in wet toes. But, that can be taken care of with spray...so, I say they're good enough that they still deserve 5 stars. Plus they dry quick. Awesome boots. Thanks Lems.
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Reviewed by:  from Central Illinois, USA. on 10/20/2014
5/5
5 Stars
walker
A GREAT boot! My Boulder Boots have hardly been off my feet since they arrived. The first week I walked and average of 6 miles per day up and down hills, across fields and through the woods. A week later I averaged 11 miles per day on pavement as I participated in a walk along the side of a road. I recommended Lems at every opportunity - don't be surprised if you have a surge in orders from Maine.
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Reviewed by:  from Maine. on 10/22/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Best Boots I've Owned
I love these boots! They are so comfortable. If you are looking for a lightweight minimal boot you will not be disappointed. And they look great!
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Reviewed by:  from Kentucky. on 9/19/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Boulder boot summit
Wore these when I submitted Teewinot in Grand Teton National Park. They held up great and did surprisingly well on the actual rock climbing. Although I wouldn't recommend using crampons with these boots, it works it's just uncomfortable.
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Reviewed by:  from Idaho. on 7/9/2015
5/5
5 Stars
An excellent boot.
So there were a few factors I was looking for in this boot that I am happy to say I have found. Overall, great. 1. A casual minimalist boot that feels good and looks good. 2. Walking gait not frustrated by construction like normal hikers (hard sole, raised heel, etc.) 3. Good on hot spots at 5 miles 4. Gentle on the feet and spacious for toe spread. I wear 44 in Vivo Ra's, had to go with 45 for Boulder. Size up - my recommendation. Exchange was easy.
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Reviewed by:  from Minneapolis, MN. on 3/20/2015
5/5
4 Stars
Lems Boulder Boot Brown
These shoes are just about everything I could have hoped for. The fit is amazing, I love that I finally have barefoot boots, having been mostly barefoot for around 5 years now. I'm still getting used to having the extra room for my toes. And the comfort... Oh the comfort... My only beef, is purely aesthetic. I bought the brown boulder boots and there is not as much contrast in the leather and fabric as the stock photos make it seems. Picture it more tan, less olive.
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Reviewed by:  from Ohio. on 1/17/2015
4/5

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