Danner Bull Run 6in Boot - Men's

Danner Bull Run 6in Boot - Men's
Danner Bull Run 6in Boot - Men's
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Bull Run 6in Boot - Men's by Danner
If you're constantly raiding your grandparents' closet for their old-school (now hipster-ish) threads and accessories, consider skipping the lint-cleaning party and pick up a fresh pair of Danner Men's Bull Run 6in Boots. Danner made its first boot in 1932, and since then, not a whole lot has changed. While creating the Bull Run, designers used seven different tests to grade the strength, pull, and density to find the perfect hide for crafting the ultimate unlined work boot; the end product is an offering that molds to the foot over time and is tough enough to pass on to your children. But if you're not careful, your grandkids may snatch 'em sooner than you think.

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SKU: DAN002P
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