Many of you have been asking for something new and different from the Lems team and we’re happy to announce that we have a new product coming up for you just in time for the holidays!

Here at Lems, we aim to provide the absolute best products we can to our customers. While functionality and comfort are our main objectives when developing new products, we are always keeping up with different color trends and incorporating style into all of our designs. Unlike other traditional footwear, Lems minimalist-style shoes mirror the natural shape of the human foot, providing overall better weight distribution, balance and stability.

We’re excited to announce that our ever-popular Boulder Boot will be available in the color Timber, on Thursday December 10, 2015.

The Lems Boulder Boot, weighing a mere 9.9 ounces, has an upper made of 1200-denier nylon and durable leather. This durable leather has the ability to resist stains and moisture while keeping a sleek, classic look – which is suitable for just about any occasion.

The inner boot lining is 100% cotton with a flannel pattern.

The Boulder Boot outsole is developed with 9.0mm air injection rubber, which contributes to this barely-there boot that has arguably been deemed one of the lightest boots in the world.

This fully collapsible boot is also offered in color Navy Stout, Amber Blue, Buckeye, Brown and Black.

Make sure to stay posted here for more product releases in the very near future – you won’t want to miss what we have up next! Look out 2016, you better be ready for us!

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Geschiedenis van schoenen

Naarmate de tijd verstreek, veranderde natuurlijk ook het ontwerp van schoenen. Aanvankelijk werden sportschoenen gemeengoed, gedreven door comfort en prestaties. Maar naarmate schoenen modieuzer werden, werden ze onpraktischer en gingen ze meer voor look dan voor comfort.

Laten we eens wat dieper ingaan op de geschiedenis van schoenen en begrijpen hoe het ontwerp van de huidige schoenen heeft geleid tot een groot aantal voetproblemen, waaronder eeltknobbels, hamertenenen meer.

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