Danner Mountain 600 Full-Grain Hiking Boot - Men's

Danner Mountain 600 Full-Grain Hiking Boot - Men's
Danner Mountain 600 Full-Grain Hiking Boot - Men's
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Mountain 600 Full-Grain Hiking Boot - Men's by Danner
Designed to withstand the climate and terrain of the Pacific Northwest, the Danner Men's Mountain 600r Hiking Boot forges a new path in hiking footwear. Combining decades of classic styling with lightweight innovation, this boot is the perfect hiking companion. Its full-grain leather upper is backed by a waterproof Danner Dry liner to block moisture from the outside and wick moisture from the inside for greater comfort. The new Vibram SPE midsole enhances rebound and support to keep you comfortable to your hike's end. A Vibram Fuga outsole features self-adapting lugs and Megagrip compound for superior grip on wet and dry surfaces. Built on the DPDX last, this boot has a low profile for everyday wear, whether you're on the trail or exploring new towns.

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