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- Leather and cordura
- Made in USA
- Danner's famous stitch down construction 8" of support and durability Stable underfoot platform Recraftable This shoe offers a slender profile with a more narrow fit. This ensures a snug fit for activities that demand support. If you have a wider foot, ordering an "EE" (wide) in this style is recommended. Footbed : Airthotic
- Shank is made of Fiberglass and Non-Insulated
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Made in the USA, the Acadia® features Danner’s famous stitchdown construction, providing a more stable platform underfoot and superior durability. This boot has a waterproof breathable GORE-TEX® lining and a combination upper of 1000 Denier nylon and full-grain leather. The Vibram® Kletterlift outsole provides superior shock absorption and great traction on both wet and dry surfaces. The Danner Acadia is ready for action.
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 14 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01KOAUZ3C
- Item model number: DN21210
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 13, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Prior to buying the Acadia boot, I was wearing the Danner Kinetic GTX boot in size 11.5. Using my superb observation skills, I determined that I should probably order the same size in the Acadia boots because my Kinetic GTX boots fit really well. However, what I did not account for was extra width to accommodate my custom orthotic (for plantar fasciitis). These boots do not come with a removable insole, therefore you need to order one size wider than what you'd usually wear to account for the space taken up by the orthotic. An 11.5 2E allowed me to use my custom orthotic insert, yet still felt absolutely perfect from a comfort and fit standpoint. If you are one of those people who do not need any support inside of your boot, I'd still recommend wearing these boots in one size wider than what you'd normally wear, unless you like very snug boots.
These boots took me between one and two months to break in for full comfort. In addition to just wearing them to break them in, I used Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP (Leather Protectant) to help soften and protect the leather. The leather on my boots not only feels soft, but I've noticed the leather is more flexible.
So far, I've used these boots in cooler weather, warmer weather, and wet conditions. I've had no issues at all. I'm about to embark on an Arizona summer in these and I'll update this review based upon how the boots felt in extreme heat. Overall though, I feel like these boots would protect my feet from just about anything I'd come across while at work.
These boots are not designed for running, however. The couple of times I've had to run in them, they feel clunky and heavy. That being said, I have yet to feel exhausted in these boots while wearing them for periods of 10-16 hours at a time.
Other boots I considered getting instead of these boots included: Danner Kinetic GTX (yes, a second pair because they were comfortable), Bates Durashocks, Rocky Paraboots, and Under Armour Stellar and Valstetz boots. When it came down to it, I chose the Acadia boots based upon the highly positive reviews, their ability to be resoled, their durability, and their comfort. Not that the other boots were bad, but each of them had one or more aspects of their boots which could not match the Acadia's reputation.
I know guys that have had the same boots for up to 8 years. They only need basic care and resoling every couple years.
Unfortunately, I got a defective left boot that had a bulge in a seam of the left boot that required me to return the boots. I plan on buying another pair.
Danner customer service is A+. Was not looking forward to shopping for new pair. Amazon/third party seller would only refund, not exchange. I contacted Danner about problem and even though I didn't buy directly from them, they were willing to back their product.
I emailed Danner and got a response within 12 hours with a customer #. I sent the boots in and 6 days later, got a replacement pair in the mail along with a pair of their $40 wool socks as a 'thank you for being a customer.'
The problems present in the old boots are not present in the new ones and I am excited to break them in.
It's wierd for as much as these boots cost - they don't come with insoles other than a Danner arch support insert. Highly recommend buying insoles for boots.
Cannot say enough about the pride Danner takes in their product as well as the service they are willing to provide in backing it up. Beware buying from middle man sellers at a discount, as it's a gamble whether or not they'll back their product. Fortunately, Danner is a stand-up American company.
The boots and the company are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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Easy to break in and fits just perfect!