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- 100% Suede
- Vibram sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.25" from arch
- Performance hiking boot featuring durable waterproof-suede upper with D-ring lacing
- Cushioning open-cell polyurethane Orthoclase footbed and Nylon shank
- Vibram Fuga outsole featuring self-adaptive lugs and MegaGrip compound for superior grip on wet and dry surfaces.Care - Use a wet rag, sponge, or soft brush when cleaning Do not heat dry the boots
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Explore Beyond the Familiar
Inspired by decades of legendary hiking boots, we partnered with Vibram to forge a new path in hiking footwear for men and women. The Mountain 600 defines a new category in hiking boots we call Performance Heritage — combining our classic styling with lightweight innovation. Explore beyond the familiar.
Mountain 600 Features
Vibram SPE Midsole
The Danner Mountain 600 features the Vibram SPE (Specialized Performance Elastomer) midsole, an all-new, technical compound engineered to deliver greater comfort and flexibility. Created with a unique co-polymer blend of synthetic natural rubber and EVA, this midsole improves resiliency, cushioning, and durability, while minimizing weight.
Vibram Fuga Outsole with MegaGrip
By combining the SPE midsole with the Vibram Fuga outsole, we were able to achieve the perfect balance between flexibility and traction. The pliable SPE midsole and flex lines of the Fuga outsole allow your foot to expand to a wider surface, while the unique self-adaptive lug pattern grips at multiple angles. This combination provides ultimate stability when traversing across rocky trails or scree. The entire outsole is injected with Vibram’s Megagrip rubber technology for ultimate hold on wet and dry terrain.
Drawing from years spent building durable leather hiking boots, we selected a specific suede for the Mountain 600, knowing that its lighter weight, waterproof and superior abrasion-resistant qualities would hold up to the rugged Pacific Northwest. We designed the boot to have minimal seams and lined it with Danner Dry to ensure it could withstand the wettest conditions.
The mountain 600 is the modern look and feel of Danner original mountain light boot.
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.
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 13 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01CO1EVWK
- Item model number: Mountain 600 4.5"-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 20, 2015
- Average Customer Review:
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Let's start with ankle support. Many boot makers design their boots to be stiff in the ankles to provide support to prevent you from rolling your ankle. But ankle support is not the primary way to prevent injuring yourself on the trail. The goal is to design a boot that gives you the ability to flex and feel the terrain under your feet so that your feet can do the job they're naturally designed to do; feel what you're walking on and send signals to the brain that help you maintain your balance. Most boots are so stiff that you lose this natural ability, and as a result, the ankles have to be stiff because you'll be rolling your ankles left and right! Why else do you think you roll your ankles more in hiking boots than you do in a pair of running shoes? And why, do you think, so many backpackers are choosing to hike in sneakers?
The waterproofing is very good. The material is suede so you will need to treat it from time to time. However, I have no issues trudging through streams in the Adirondacks.
Boots are lightweight and feel feather like on your feet.
Grip is phenomenal. Wet leaves, pine needles, dirt and mud, bare rock... I can scale all of it.
Buy these boots if you're looking for:
1. Lightweight Design
2. Sneaker like feel
3. Excellent grip in all situations
4. Flexible soles for a good under-foot feel.
These are the most comfortable boots I have owned. They fit perfectly and after hiking 10 miles with a pack, my feet are sore, but nothing like I have had with previous pairs. They are the "lighter" version of the Danner boot - but honestly, I never carry a pack more than 30 lbs, so these are fine. I did not have to break these in - I took them on a 1 mile "hike" on paved ground, then took them out on a 25 mile backpacking trip with no problems at all. They are waterproof and sand/dust proof - the tongue is attached to the outer portion, so nothing slips in through the laces. I wore them through creeks up to my ankles with no issues of water getting in or even the outside getting damp! I've worn them on several trips now, and I would buy these again in a heartbeat.
Danner recommends sizing down, see pic.
In my case, the 13 worked, but should have went with the D instead of the EE.
Danner does offer 1/2 sizes. If you are unsure, email Danner with your foot measurement and ask for their recommendation. The 13 D was their recommendation to me and they were spot on.
The boots themselves are superb!
Super light, comfortable, waterproof and stayed dry hiking in snow and wet mud all weekend long, and the grip excellent. I love them.
Review Jan. 11, 2019
Average 10k steps daily on these boots. These have been used for hiking and everyday use (mostly hiking).
I'm 330 pounds
Overall great boot, lightweight and comfortable out of the box.
Considering my weight and the hundreds of thousands of steps I have taken in these,
, I would say they are worth it. These pictures where after i had the boots submerged thruout a hike and the back of the boot barely starter to give way today (same with the toe). Overall good quality boot that grips amazing on all surfaces wet or dry.
Waterproofing i dont think held up, i went for a wet/dry hike today and they got my feet all wet. Hard to tell if its the liner or the boot being to short. Overall im still satisfied..