Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot - Women's

Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot - Women's
Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot - Women's
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Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot - Women's by Danner
The Danner Women's Mountain 600 EnduroWeave Boot is a combination of heritage style with updated technology. The upper features EnduroWeave textile that provides enhanced breathability and durability. Danner added an Air Mesh lining to wick away moisture and increases ventilation. Underfoot, a removable, OrthoLite footbed rests on a Vibram SPE midsole that absorbs impact and enhances rebound. The Vibram Fuga outsole grips the trail whether it's wet or dry, giving you the confidence to keep moving through varying conditions.

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SKU: DAN0035
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