Lems Waterproof Boulder Boot

Lems Waterproof Boulder Boot Review
Lems Waterproof Boulder Boot Review

Technical Details

  • Notable Materials

    Leather, Rubber

  • Manufacturing Country


  • Warranty Information

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Usage Timeline

Initial Usage

Condition: Excellent

  • Digging the heritage boot aesthetic
  • Liking wide toe-box, zero drop, and flexible sole
  • Curious to see how waterproof these boots really are
2 Weeks of Use

Condition: Excellent

Leather is a little stiff out of the box (less stiff than a traditional boot) but it broke in quickly. We’ve been wearing these daily and are happy to report that they’re super comfortable, even on longer walks around the city.

1 Month of Use

Condition: Excellent

Been splashing in just about every puddle and snowbank we come across and (so far) our feet have stayed nice and dry.

Lems Waterproof Boulder Boots In A Puddle
Lems Waterproof Boulder Boots In A Puddle
2 Months of Use

Condition: Excellent

Although the sole is flexible and zero drop, it is thick—these are boots after all. It doesn’t affect comfort in use, but you’ll notice it if you’re frequently switching between these and a pair of minimal shoes.

No issues to report as far as durability is concerned.

By Pack Hacker Team
Created November 20, 2019 • Updated November 22, 2022
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