While we’re not your mom, we’ve taken a page from her book by recommending you put down your phone, step outside and grab some fresh air. And, ironically, it’s the best time of year to do it. Why should you get into the great outdoors? Keep on reading for a few great reasons.
At Lems, we love our customers and we value their opinions. That’s why when we heard the feedback regarding the Trailhead, we listened! And because we are on a never-ending mission to create not only the most functional shoes, but shoes that make our customers feel great, we made some adjustments and are now proud to release the Trailhead V2. It was a labor of love with suggestions taken from those who know Lems (and their feet!) best. Here are the features we’ve updated for the newest edition of the Trailhead.
If you know Lems, you know we love a good minimalist, zero drop shoe. But since the release of the Mesa, the newest edition to the Mountain-to-Town series, we’ve received a lot of questions about the Mesa and Trailhead’s featured 4mm drop vs our original zero-drop shoes, and the most efficient way to transition between the two.
It’s no secret that Boulder, Colorado is an adventure-seeker’s paradise. From sunrise bike rides to moonlit hikes, this little town on the edge of the Rockies offers a myriad of fun activities for anyone who loves the outdoors. It’s also a town on the cutting edge of style and outdoor-wear for the adventure enthusiast. As the home of Lems - the best option for minimalist footwear - I thought it’d be useful to lay out the perfect Boulder day and how each pair of Lems makes it even better.
May is National Photography Month, a time to honor photography as well as the natural beauty and joyful moments it captures all around us.
To celebrate, we’ve partnered with some incredible brands for a giveaway! You’ll have the chance to win a grand prize trip to Iceland to photograph the Northern Lights and ice caves, a FUJIFILM X-T3 Camera and more. The total prize package is worth over $6,000 and it can be yours!
Long-term use of narrow shoes has lasting consequences on the foot’s functional anatomy and are legitimately tied to bunion formation - a painful bony bump that develops at the big toe joint. While many believe bunions are inherited, research backing this belief is uncertain. More firmly established research provides evidence that narrow shoes, especially on feet that are still growing, is the root cause of bunions.