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Danner Men's Stumptown Mountain Trail Boot


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Select Size Chart  |  Fit: Runs large (54%)
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Great construction, great looking, but unfortunately they are too large for my feet, even half size smaller.
Antonio Cantu | Fit: Runs large
I sized down a full size as recommended but they are still waaaaayyyyy too large in the ankle area.
Matt Curtin | Fit: Runs large
Quality is good, but the boot is way too loose around the ankle and there is no way to tighten using laces.
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  • Leather
  • Manmade sole
  • Vibram Gumlite outsole
  • Recraftable construction
  • These classic boots from Danner feature a vintage-inspired leather upper, a slender profile, and rich hand feel.

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Featuring sturdy D-ring loops and a classic hiking boot profile, the Stumptown Mountain Trail boot is ready for the back woods or the sidewalks, whichever you're likely to roam. A padded collar offers extra comfort, while a generous welt sets the stage for a tough sole that just can't be stopped.

These classic boots from Danner feature a vintage-inspired leather upper, a slender profile, and rich hand feel.

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  • ASIN: B005BQHW5E
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Stumptown Mountain Trail-M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,664 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    A high Quality boot made in, the USA.
    Atomtraveler
    The toe box was fine but the sides, under the tongue and heel were all loose.
    Robert S. Donovan
    I wear a 13, so I ordered a 12 EE as suggested and they fit like a glove!
    B. Carlson

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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sean V. on November 1, 2012
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    These boots require patience! Though I've given them 4 stars, these are the type of boots that only continue to fit better the more you wear them. I've had mine for about 2 weeks and already love them. And I know they'll continue to get even better over time.

    Keep in mind that this boot only comes in wide (EE) sizes, so you will probably want to size down a half size if you don't have a wide foot. I typically wear between a 8.5D and 9D in most shoes, and found I needed an 8.5. And even then, I found the boots to be a bit too big when I first put them on. WIth 2 pairs of socks (thick hiking socks and a thinner Injinji liner sock) they fit pretty well, however. And by adding Superfeet Blue insoles, they fit perfectly. So you may need to experiment to find what works for you.

    The Vibram Gumlite soles are very cushy and provide excellent traction. No problem hiking up steep, loose terrain. However, the cushiness comes at a cost, and I can already tell that they will wear quickly. Fortunately, Danner can resole them when they do.

    The boots attract a lot of compliments (I swapped the green laces for classic red). I've been wearing them around town and to work to break them in, but they might just become my go-to daily shoes. They're comfortable enough and classy enough to wear in a casual office environment, or out to casual dinner, etc. My only real complaint with them is that the back of the boots do rub my achilles a bit after extended wear. It's not as bad as when I first put them on, however, so I'm hoping this will continue to diminish over time.

    If you're looking for something that's well-crafted, made to last, made in America, and has that classic hiker look, it'd be hard to find better.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert S. Donovan on January 19, 2014
    Color Name: BrownSize Name: 9.5 2E US Verified Purchase
    I've been looking for some hand sewn leather hikers in the classic style. When I found the Mountain Trail boots in the Danner Stumptown collection I knew I had found what I was looking for!

    I typically wear a 10D so I followed Danner's advice and ordered down a half size. The initial try-on felt a bit sloppy. The toe box was fine but the sides, under the tongue and heel were all loose. I have a wide forefoot and narrow heel so finding shoes that fit well is always a challenge. I put in some green Superfeet insoles and dug out my thickest wool hiking socks and they immediately felt much better. After a solid week of break-in they are fitting much better, though still a little loose in the heel and kind of "baggy" on the sides under my ankles. The Achilles area took a few days to break in, causing some initial discomfort. I powered through and now they are really starting to conform to my feet.

    The fit and finish is top notch and exactly what I expected from a $300 pair of hand sewn boots. The Vibram Gumlite soles are surprisingly light and spongy which helps with traction and all day walking comfort. It's obvious that these boots are made to last a lifetime and will only get better with use. The only thing that surprised me was that the leather did not have any kind of dressing on it. I found and applied some Danner clear boot dressing which did a nice job of darkening the leather and added much needed weather and road salt protection.

    UPDATE 3/18/14:
    After 2 months of regular wear I finally have to admit that these boots simply do not fit right. I have tried everything: thick socks, double socks, various insoles, you name it! The problem is that as they continue to break in they just get baggier and sloppier on my feet.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By TechJunkie on November 9, 2013
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    10/27/2014 update- How to tell if a boot just needs more break-in time, or if it has a defect. I've owned these about a year now, and have taken many 4-5 mile treks in them. The left boot will not conform to my heel. It's not that my heel lifts, it's that the sole pulls down away from my heel so every time I plant my foot, the sole moves back which rubs the back of my heel.
    I get a blister on the back of my left foot every time I wear these on a 3 1/2 mile or longer hike.
    I've applied Filson boot oil twice and Obernaufs LP once which has softened up the leather but I don't believe that is going to help my left boot fit.
    Also worth noting is that the tongues seem to be sewn in crooked.
    I have to wonder, given the price Amazon was selling these for last year (less than 200) if they were in fact factory seconds or something.

    Original review:
    This is a well built pair of boots. I wear a size 13 so could not size down a half as suggested since they don't make a size 12.5
    With a pair of thick smartwool trekking socks and grey superfeet insoles (same as the green but wool covered) these boots fit my medium width feet just fine. They are wider than my Mtn Light IIs but not by much.

    I expected them to be a little heavier weight than they are. The leather is rather dry too so I would suggest applying a conditioner of some sort. I can tell that these are going to fit better and better as they break in and they will become a favorite.

    One last thing - these were shipped in a large cardboard non-shoebox. They were loosely wrapped in a piece of paper and slid all around during their journey to my house. This left them scuffed and flattened a bit. Not enough to complain about but enough to mention here.
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