Reviewed by Pierce Wreck Diver from Brooklyn, NY on Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Danners are a rare find at STP and these are awesome. Designed for sharp rocky terrain in Afghanistan; they have a military contract tag in them. Heavier than some similarly styled boots. Very comfortable and available in wide sizes. My second pair of Danners since I switched from Merell years ag...
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Reviewed by Xavier from Australia on Thursday, October 10, 2013
This is a great boot for superficial travelling, but I won't use this in harsh outdoor conditions again. The key weakness of this shoe is how you can fold the whole boot very easily from front to back - therefore exposing how weak the sole is.
I found walking in very sharp rocky areas to be unstable and generally useless when it grips or locks onto the ground.
This is clearly a stock item that was poorly designed, and sold by the pound to shops like these.
Reviewed by Bigmtnluv from Colorado on Saturday, September 21, 2013
Some of the best boots I have owned. Came in to buy a 2nd pair but they don't have my size.
Got these December 2011. Still unsure if they are really Gore-Tex because nothing on the boot indicates this. I have not had any problems with water. I NickWaxed them. The leather has held up extremely well. I like having eyelets to the top rather than the quick lace that give. I have Hiked14ers with them and used them in the winter as well. Have held up great. Rand still welded on solidly. Put a higher arch insole in them.
Reviewed by Autumn from Logan, Utah on Wednesday, January 30, 2013
These boots appear to be well constructetd, heavy-duty boots -- exactly what I've been looking for. Hopefully they perform as well as they look. Sole material is not as grippy in snow as previous pairs of boots I've owned. The only reason I give the product four stars is because I need to see how it performs over time.
Reviewed by Joe from Wichita, Ks on Sunday, January 27, 2013
I was glad to see a sturdy boot offered in a wide size, since my feet have widened as I have aged. Unfortunately, these are too narrow to wear comfortably and break in. unfortunately, I had already disposed of the packing materials so I could no longer return them. maybe with time they will improve.
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Answered on 1/31/2013 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
'D' is usually a medium width while the 'EE' is for a wide foot. A 'B' or 'C' width boot, if you could find it, would be a narrow width. I have narrow feet and it is a challenge to find a narrow width boot. Sometimes a thicker insole will take up enough interior space to help.|The Danner website will have information on what last the boot was built. (Look under 'Size & Fit') Some lasts are better for folks with narrow feet. Good luck with your search!
Answered on 8/11/2012 12:00:00 AM by Bob from Eugene, OR
The Danner Combat Hiker Gore-TexÂ® Military Boots does have the Gore-TexÂ® waterproof breathable membrane in it. I am unsure why there is not Gore-Tex advertising on the boot's. The only thing I can think of is that Danner worked something out with Gore-Tex to keep their boots advertisement free.
Answered on 12/20/2011 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
They are waterproof, but not from goretex. The build of the boot is single piece leather with quality stitching. You will need to treat the leather over the years to keep it supple. This should maintain waterproofness. I wore these boots into the Glastenbury Wilderness of Vermont (an overgrown area of beaverdams, bogs, and swamps) and my feet stayed dry.
Answered on 12/30/2011 12:00:00 AM by Graphite from Sterling, VA