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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6" from arch
- All-new Danner comfort system delivers best-in-class durability, support and comfort
- Durable, waterproof, oiled nubuck leather upper
- Danner Dry waterproof protection
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From the manufacturer
End The Work Day As Strong As You Started
Zero break-in time, no hot spots, and plenty of room in the toes - these are just a few of the things you’ll notice after a day spent in our Crafter work boots. Spend some more time in them and you’ll appreciate the durability of the triple stitched, oiled nubuck leather and the waterproof protection of the Danner Dry liner. But it’s the extra plush DCS footbed that you’ll appreciate long after you’ve called it a day.
There Is No Stepping Around The Jobsite
Oiled nubuck leather is extremely durable. It’s also naturally waterproof. That’s why premium work boots have been using it for years. To build the Crafter, we pair thick nubuck with Danner Dry lining. The result is a waterproof boot that also wicks sweat away from your feet.
Triple-Stitched, Extra-Durable Nubuck Leather
The word “Danner” is stamped into the side of these boots. That alone tells you they were designed to withstand their share of punishment. But there’s more to it than a name. We build the Crafter with durable nubuck leather and triple stitching at critical stress points, ensuring that they’ll hold together when other boots would fail.
Safety Comes First, But Comfort Is A Close Second
The employee handbook calls for safety toes. That’s fine. But it doesn’t stipulate sore, cramped feet. The Crafter utilizes a premium non-metal safety toe, complete with a generous toe box—the kind that’s more comfortable without sacrificing on safety. Our non-metallic toe adds to the Crafter’s overall comfort while meeting or exceeding ASTM F2413-11 M 1/75 C/75 standards.
Tough As Hell. But Only On The Outside
Under the Crafter’s rugged exterior lies a surprisingly comfortable footbed. Where most boots at this price utilize thin insoles over stiff outsoles, the Crafter is built with the patent pending Danner Comfort System. The DCS footbed uses a deep, full-length polyurethane core for all-day comfort. The Crafter also features a wide toe box and specialized heel clip for the ideal balance of comfort and support.
FEATURES of the Danner Men's Crafter NMT 6IN Boot All-new Danner comfort system delivers best-in-class durability, support and comfort Durable, waterproof, oiled nubuck leather upper Danner Dry waterproof protection Anatomical design and broader toe box for responsive fit Patent-pending plush dual-density footbed for cushioning, underfoot venting for maximum airflow and airthotic heel clip for support Danner crafter outsole with a 90° heel and oil and slip-resistant traction Non-metallic toe meets or exceeds ASTM F213-11 M I/75 C/75 standards
At Danner, they are craftsmen. They pay attention to details. They forgo quantity for quality, with the knowledge that the boots they craft are no better than the hands that create them.
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00XF0ZV1U
- Item model number: Crafter 6" Non-Metallic Toe-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 19, 2015
- 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.
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They feel quite warm, good at present because it is winter on this side of the world and I work in an out of a chiller, not sure if they will be too warm in summer though.
My previous boots were Timberland Pro Helix composite toe boots which rubbed the outside of my toes enough to cause a hard piece of skin, these are much better and my toes are thanking me for the new boots.
I'd happily recommend these to anyone wanting good comfortable composite toe boots.
Edit: 8 Months later (45-50 hours per week) and the soles are now wearing through in the heels, working in the rain my right boot got wet inside. I would prefer longer than that before losing confidence in the waterproofness of the boots. The boots are wearing well everywhere else though and are still very comfortable when dry. Would I still recommend them? For people that aren't wearing them for as many hours a week and value comfort these ARE really nice and comfortable for safety boots, for those that wear boots 50 hours a week and want good life out of a pair - maybe look around at other options.
I have knocked off a star for not being as durable as I would have liked but would still give a conditional recommendation for these boots as they are really good otherwise.
These boots fit snug in the heal but the toe area is quite large.
The foot bed and arch are true to size (11).
They fit more like a slip on than a lace up boot. If your the type person that likes the laces tight these boots are not what your looking for.
Seems like very solid construction with ample stitching. The sole is not stitched to the boot, so they can't be resoled/reconditioned, but they will last a long time. I can be on my feet for much longer with these shoes due to the high comfort level.