Portland Select Mountain Trail Boot - Men's by Danner
The Lewis and Clark expedition took about two years to travel to the mouth of the Columbia River, an area near what would later become known as Stumptown. It's that spirit of exploration that Danner called upon when crafting its Stumptown line of boots, especially the classic Stumptown Mountain Trail Boot. Luckily, you don't have to spend two years crossing a continent to get your hands on these boots, which are constructed from quality leather materials right here in the USA. Famous explorer or not, you'll appreciate the all-weather traction you get from the sticky Vibram soles--not to mention all the time saved from the quick-lace speed hooks. That alone probably would have shortened the expedition by a month.
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