Be Ready For Every Trail In Any Season With The Outlander Waterproof Boot

Lems Shoes Outlander Waterproof Boots in snow with walking poles

I forgot to knock on wood. Just as I said the weather looked like it was changing for the better in Wisconsin, we’re apparently due for another half a foot of snow tomorrow. I refuse to be deterred by the fact that I willingly choose to subject myself to Upper Midwest winters. Instead, I’ll be attacking the snow head-on in the Lems Shoes Outlander Waterproof Boots that just dropped on Huckberry.


We’ve all put on hiking boots that keep our feet dry and protected on the trail but you can’t wait to get them off at the end of the day because your feet are killing you. I can’t believe how good my feet feel wearing these. I have pretty wide feet, so it’s nice to be able to wiggle all of my toes in these boots. Comfort and performance are the names of the game.

Lems Shoes Outlander Waterproof Boot

Lems Shoes Outlander Waterproof Boots available at Huckberry


  • Fully waterproof boot built for year-round use, from tromping through snow and slush to navigating muddy trails
  • Sticky rubber outsole with aggressive lugs that are siped for increased traction on snow and ice
  • Gusseted tongue helps keep debris out, so your feet stay dry and warm
  • Zero-drop design encourages a natural foot position that corrects posture, aligns your spine, and helps achieve a natural mid-foot strike on each stride
  • Anatomical wide toe box gives your toes ultimate freedom to wiggle and spread
  • Pictured above in Blue Steel; also available in Evergreen



Whether you’re hitting the trail or a night out, Huckberry has boots for every occasion. Check them out at the link below!



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