The Mesa is the newest shoe in Lems’ Mountain-to-Town collection. It fits like a sock, but performs like a shoe, and best of all, it comes in one really good looking package. So if you’re seeking the perfect transition shoe with a little more cushioning, look no further, the Mesa has it all. 

Stay Fresher, Longer

Don’t feel like switching shoes after you conquer the trail? Now you don’t have to. The Mesa’s knit mesh means this pair doesn’t just dry quickly but also stays incredibly breathable, preventing you from being the one with the foot funk after a long day outdoors. Oh, and did we mention they’re vegan? Now that’s something to feel good about. 


Firm, Flexible, and Feeling Great

The durability of a shoe is important, and that’s why the Mesa was made with a full rubber outsole. You can climb rocks, bar hop, or literally anything else your heart desires all in one comfy shoe. But, all that isn’t to say that flexibility was sacrificed. The Mesa is still supremely packable, taking up about as much space as your favorite puffy jacket. 

Not to sound like an infomercial, but wait! There’s more! Even with all that fancy foot-stuff, the Mesa’s are still super lightweight. So you can keep your feet moving without being weighed down. 


Totally Transitional 

If you’ve heard great things about zero drop shoes and are looking to make a move towards them, a shoe like the Mesa with its 4mm drop is probably exactly what you’re looking for. A 4mm drop is still considered minimal, but it makes a world of difference when going from the traditional 12-10mm drop of most athletic shoes to a zero drop.   

We’re pretty excited about this new addition, and we hope you are too. We like to think of it as one of the best looking, most functionally minimalist casual shoes around, so go ahead and snag a pair, and be sure to come back and let us know what you think.

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