Danner Mountain 600 Waterproof Boots - Women's
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Traditional styling meets lightweight innovation. These classic suede hiking boots are designed to take on the rugged terrain and wet climate of the Pacific Northwest, so they're not afraid of mud or soggy trails. The waterproof-breathable membrane and Vibram® outsoles mean your feet stay dry and secure through stream crossings or sudden downpours. To help with solid footing, the nylon shank and heel frame stabilize you over uneven scree. The cushioning midsole keeps feet comfortable on rocky trails.
- Waterproof suede leather upper is lighter and more flexible than full-grain leather.
- Danner® Dry waterproof-breathable membrane lets sweat escape while keeping water out.
- 4.5in. shaft height supports your ankles.
- OrthoLite multi-density footbed is made of open-cell polyurethane for cushioning.
- Vibram® SPE midsole is made of rubberized EVA for durable support.
- Nylon shank increases torsional rigidity and a TPU heel frame stabilizes your foot.
- Vibram® Fuga outsole uses MegaGrip rubber compound for grip on wet and dry surfaces.
Rubber on the toe and around the boot improves durability. It can also increase grip while scrambling.
Waterproof shoes and boots feature a waterproof-breathable membrane and a gusseted tongue to help keep your feet dry in wet conditions.
How to measure
- Foot length
- Use a ruler to measure the tracing off your foot from the front of your longest toe to the back of your heel.