Danner Combat Hiker Gore-Tex® Military Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Men and Women)
About Danner Combat Hiker Gore-Tex® Military Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Designed to take on the toughest terrain and conditions the U.S. Army encounters, Danner's Combat Hiker Gore-Tex® military boots are extremely durable and completely waterproof breathable.
Specs about Danner Combat Hiker Gore-Tex® Military Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Men and Women)
- Waterproof materials: Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane
- Gusseted tongue
- Upper: Nubuck
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
- Outsole: Vibram® rubber
- Shank: Composite
- Height: 6"
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Weight (pair): 3 lb. 10 oz.
- Made in United States of America
- Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide
- Please note: These boots are sold in men's widths and the D width is equivalent to a women's extra wide width
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
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Reviewed by jagd1305 from Gulf coast on Monday, September 14, 2015I was given a pair of these when the army started phasing them out of inventory. Good stiff leather upper that takes a bit of use to break in. The rubber in the soles has excellent traction but the rubber is a bit soft so I could see why they didn't handle the sharp mountain rocks of Afghanistan well. These boots are a very manageable light weight and have excellent waterproof values. I found the sizing a bit small so I would recommend a half size larger and possibly the same for width.
Reviewed by Mo from Uz-Stan on Saturday, February 28, 2015At the time of purchase I was worried with the reviews stating that the Crater Rim/CH's were narrow but still went with my normal 8.5R. I always wear a 8.5D in my Asics. I'm glad I went with the 8.5R because they fit perfectly and I don't consider my feet particularly narrow. My feet measure 3 and 1/2" at the widest and 10 and 1/4" lengthwise. Hope my measurements help because they would have helped me decide. The boots are a bit stiff but any good boot is and I feel like they will break in well.
Side note: the laces have not been a problem for me they tighten very well and stay torqued the way you want.
Reviewed by tonyc from California on Sunday, February 15, 2015I fish, and live the outdoors. I heard of danner but never owned a pair. About one year ago I found a new pair of danner combat hikers at a swap meet and paid 10 no brainer. These are the best boots ever and I have owned quite a few pair. Great fit and look. Mine are size 9.5
Reviewed by STP SW Shopper from Colorado on Saturday, December 13, 2014I have been an outdoor professional for over 20 years and have tried several different brand of hiking boots. Danner, hands down, has been my reliable favorite-- most durable, comfortable, nice looking (no weird colors), quality materials (leather, sole, grommets--all of it)--and these particular boots are top of the line. I own a pair of these boots right now. The Combat Hiker works well on steep, loose slopes during consecutive, 10+ hour-days of hiking or surveying. They didn't need breaking in. The rubber bumper helps protect the leather and its seal with the sole. If stuck in the office, they are even comfortable and look nice in that setting as well. Seriously, Danner has my vote from experience as the BEST BRAND of HIKING BOOT one can buy! They are expensive boots for good reason and I recommend one get 'em up while on sale. Even if you don't need a pair at the moment. That is what I did.
Reviewed by Scott from Germany on Wednesday, November 12, 2014I'm an hiker/backpacker and Soldier, and I love these boots. Some people on here say they feel sorry for the Soldiers that had to wear these boots. I can attest that they are the best boots ever issued -- the only one that don't cause me injuries from heel slippage, etc. Too bad they were only authorized for a short time, and only in Afghanistan, until the government made contracts for much cheaper versions.
Yes, they take a while to break in -- about 100 miles. Yes, the insole sucks -- but who doesn't throw their favorite (like Superfeet) in their boots as soon as they buy them? Once broken in, with a good insole, these things are great.
This boot is still made by Danner, but under a different name with a speedhook at the top instead of an eyelet. And it's $300!
Question & Answer
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“My daughter is a size 3, so I was going to get her this boot, but I am not sure which width to get. We had her foot measured and she is a 13 width in children's sizes...can you help please?”
The widths are as follows: (Based on size 3)
D = 8cm
EE = 8.25 cm
EEE = 8.5 cm
“Hi: I am confused by the size you gave,a men have the size 3' ? I checked the website of danner,I thought the 3' was the height,not the length.So could check it again and tell me the size(length) of the boot?”
The size on this item has been double checked. These are a men's size 3 and 3.5, women's 4 and 4.5 that we have left available. We have sold out of all larger sizes. The 3 will fit a 20.8 cm and the 3.5 will fit a 21.3 cm foot.
The sizes displayed are US shoe sizes.
A EU36 is a US men's 4.5.
The 3 will fit a 20.8 cm and the 3.5 will fit a 21.3 cm foot.