This shoe is great and looks great. The back part of the shoe has been rubbing against my Achilles and making it bleed but I assume that will cause less impact the more I wear them. Also I think the fact that it’s a unisex shoe means it doesn’t exactly cater for the width of a males foot when using the toe spreader. And my foot is actually towards the narrower spectrum. Just my last three toes seem to be at the ends of the shoe. However, I may see a difference if I went up half a size, but I’m not sure if that will be just too big but that may in fact be the problem so maybe what I’ve just said is irrelevant. Overall though do not be too discouraged it is a good shoe these were just potentially personal problems.
Loving the Lems Chukka's. I purchased them as an everyday shoe - work, casual, etc. I'm interested to see how they wear but at this stage (about 3 weeks in), they look as good as new and perfectly fit my feet.
Iv just recently gone to the barefoot shoe lifestyle. i wanted a pair of casual shoes that ticked the barefoot boxes. iv never owned a pair of shoes like these before and they are super comfortable, there is ssssoooooo much room in the toes compared to regular shoes. my toes dont even touch the sides of them. i have removed the innersole to see what its like and it is still really comfy. I think they look quite cool and i wear them with chinos and i would wear them with shorts. After buying these i have bought a pair of the primal 2, im just waiting for them to arrive. Both the printable size guide and the photo thing recomended me the same size which fits great.
Very happy with my chukkas, they are the most 'street shoe' looking minimalist shoes I've found so far, comfy and good looking! The back of the shoe did rub a little at first, but as I wear socks in them it wasn't a big deal.
Best shoes I've ever worn, will probably be buying their whole range now for all occasions!