The mountains might be across town, so you have to wake up early to beat the traffic as well as the heat, but once you're there it's totally worth it. Designed for the summer temperatures and the terrain of the Pacific Northwest, the Men's Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot gives you stable comfort and performance in a variety of conditions. The textile uppers let your feet breath when the air is warm and humid, but also offer durable protection on rugged trails. Pair this lightweight upper with mesh lining for enhanced wicking ventilation, and you'll find it easy to extend your hike an extra few miles. Vibram plays a starring role in the EnduroWeave from the self-adapting lugs that grip wet and dry surfaces with equal ease to the midsole where it adds durability to the cushioning EVA. The DPDX last offers a low profile that's adept at blending into urban environments, so you can take it to town after your hike for a well-deserved buffalo chicken wrap and triple-hopped ale.
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Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot - Men's
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