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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.See all Product Description
Didn't even have break them in when I got them I went hiking my feet felt fine afterPublished 9 days ago by Sam H.
Heres the thing - the 2e size of this boot is kind of misleading. Took me three tries to get it right.
Normally I use euro size to buy shoes if im iffy. Im a 10. Read more
These boots did not break in for me until after more than 6mos of ownership. Granted I didn't wear them daily, due to it been so damn painful. Now it is very comfortable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Y. Wen
These are a great pair of boots but be ready to break them in. You will get some rubbing behind your ankle but this will end after the break in period.Published 1 month ago by chad pennings
Great boots. Thought I ordered 10 got 10.5 .I will live with them because I hit the wrong button. To much hassle to send back.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
boots look good and smell even better the only problem I had with the order was a damaged lace which im replacing with flat laces the boots are lite weight with very soft walk the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jimmy c cranford
Bought these in a 10; usually wear a 10.5 sneaker. Sometimes size 11. Followed everyones advice and ordered a half size down and they fit great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jerkface
These are great boots. Great construction, great looking, but unfortunately they are too large for my feet, even half size smaller. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Antonio Cantu