If the induction of Hall and Oates into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is any indication, yacht rock is back. So it was inevitable that this fashion-conscious genre would eventually bleed over into performance-oriented footwear. Lems Shoes already released the Mariner Sand, which evokes a boat shoe vibe with all the advantages of minimalist footwear. And this month, they up their fashion game. TheNine2Five ($125) is a semi-professional kick targeted for those who live in the boardroom, made with a wide toe box to deliver the comfort typically reserved to your favorite pair of running shoes. At only 8.6 ounces, they’re remarkably light, made of full-grain leather with an air-infused rubber sole and zero heel-toe drop. The shoe also compresses incredibly small, rolling into an almost-fist-sized package, which makes great for travel. All that remains to be seen is whether or not the new trend toward maximalist running shoes will also trickle down into work-friendly designs. We’re hoping not.