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- Rough-out, full-grain leather
- Vibram sole
- Ankle-high military boot with full-grain leather and Denier nylon upper featuring GORE-TEX waterproof construction and speed lacing system
- EVA midsole
- Dual-density EVA outsole
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Danner Marine Boots, made in Portland, Oregon, USA! Yes, this Marine Boots is made in the Pacific Northwest so you can feel even better about the quality and comfort: Rough-out, full-grain leather upper for durable comfort Vibram Sierra outsole; Lined with GORE-TEX (for average temperate conditions); Stitchdown construction and stability with a wide platform; They lace to toe for a better fit; Approx. 32 ozs. each, 8"h. State Size and Width. Order your Danner Marine Boots today! AVAILABLE SEPARATELY: Men's Danner 8" Marine Hot Dri-Lex, Olive - word search in our Store for 'Danner'. Men's Danner 8" Marine GORE-TEX, Olive
Complete your gear with this state-of-the art military boot from Danner. Its durable design and quality materials will fit right in with your fatigues.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002OSY39A
- Item model number: Danner Marine Temperate
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 27, 2006
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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They certainly aren't the cheapest boots around but...the cheapest boots aren't Danners.
I wouldn't normally buy boots online without trying them on first. But, after having purchased so many pair of Danner boots in the past I know exactly what size to order and what to expect with the fit. These were no exception.
Out of the box the fit was perfect. The craftsmanship is impeccable. No flaws in the boots that I can see. They obviously use top-notch materials in the construction of these boots, just like they do with all the others.
Being former USAF, I'll just overlook the globe and anchor. :) I needed this style and color and this was the best choice available.
Made in the USA, waterproof, recraftable, functional, heavy duty...just what I need in a pair of boots that will be on my feet for 12 hours a day.
I've had a pair of Lowa Men's Seeker GTX PT Approach Shoes, Black, size 15M, that I purchased on Amazon five years ago. They were nearly a good fit, a little wide for my feet, and no narrower size available. The Lowa boots have a couple of weak spots in the construction where the leather is tearing now, near the base of the laces. The Lowa Seekers (now discontinued model) have an injected sole that is not resolable. "The injection provides a bond between the sole and upper that completely tears apart when one tries to remove it." (quoting some post on the militarymorons.com website claimed to be from a Lowa spokesperson.)
These Danner boots come in more sizes, and appear to have a stronger leather and construction in all possible ways. The full Gore-tex bootie liner is also sweet - water proof and another bit of comfort. The "speed lacing" lets one leave the boot laced and then to quickly tighten the upper half dozen laps of lacing with one pull at the top. The Danners have a stitched on sole that can be replaced (though that shoe's Vibram sole may out last me.)
When I purchased my size 15N Danner boots, a couple of weeks ago, Amazon said there was only one pair left in stock. Looking right now, I see several similar sizes have one in stock, but that there are zero of my size 15N in stock. Hopefully Danner has an order working their way through their shop to make another 15N for the Amazon stock, and that boot size will show up again on Amazon in a month or two. So ... if you see "Only one in stock" of your unusual size, you might not want to hesitate in buying, or else someone else may get that one and you would have to wait for another of that size to be made (assuming that will even happen.)
I have had these boots for six months and they appear to be durable and worthy.
I am a land surveyor, and l put boots through most terrain/torture; walking, running, climbing, standing, balancing, concrete, rocks, dirt, water, heat, cold, etc.
I use to wear all makes and types of work boots for most field activity. I did find a pair or two of about twenty five throughout my career that were worth the investment.
These boots are heavy. Prepare to adjust for that.. once I did, these really became the boot I had read about in the reviews.
Fit was a bit tight for me but, I have a slightly wider foot. I may have wanted the tighter fit a more agile boot but, I am still good with a wide regardless.
I researched countless hours for my next pair of boots and took the chance on these boots. Seems to have been a wise decision. These aren't the sexiest boot. However, I didn't intend on these to be office attire.