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Men's Danner Light II Boot, Dark Brown,8 EE US
1,657.89 SAR

1,657.89 SAR 

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  • Premium full-grain leather and 1000 Denier nylon upper
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    8 EE US
    Targeted Group
    Style Name
    Danner® Light Ii 6"
    8 EE US
    Targeted Group
    Style Name
    Danner® Light Ii 6"
    Item EAN
    Dark Brown
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    FEATURES of the Danner Light II 6IN GTX Boot 100% Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex liner is engineered to keep your feet dry and comfortable even in extreme conditions Full-grain leather upper offers better protection in cold and wet environments while offering the some of the best abrasion and

    FEATURES of the Danner Light II 6IN GTX Boot 100% Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex liner is engineered to keep your feet dry and comfortable even in extreme conditions Full-grain leather upper offers better protection in cold and wet environments while offering the some of the best abrasion and scuff-resistance of all of our leather options 1000 Denier nylon upper material is extremely resistant to abrasions, tears and scuffs, improves breathability and dries quickly Danner Airthotic a half length, molded polyurethane instep that cups the heel and supports the arch area of the foot Vibram Kletterlift outsole is specifically designed for comfort and durability Heel provides lightweight comfort as well as superb shock absorption Compound guarantees great traction and stability on both wet and dry surfaces Fiberglass shank Recraftable


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  • Lining wrinkes up and rubs on the top of my foot
    By Curtis Gregg on 16 October 2017

    I really wanted to love these. I did a LOT of research before purchasing these and they are expensive.
    The problem is the lining. It wrinkles near the top of the tongues. After wearing them for a bit, this becomes uncomfortable (kind of feels like there is something inside the top of the shoe rubbing against the top of my foot). I guess it feels that way because there IS something there: extra material...rubbing away...
    Trouble is, I did not try them until after the 30 days were up. I know, I am stupid, but I was out of town.
    Anyway, I will try calling Danner and see what they say.

    7 people found this review helpful

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  • A well made hiking boot.
    By jester on 19 July 2016

    I'll start off my review with the fit of the boot, since this was my main concern when researching these boots. My foot measures approximately 10 1/8". According to the Brannack scale, I should be somewhere between an 8 and 8 1/2. I purchased a size 8 EE.

    For me, these boots feel about 1/2 size too large. However, with thick hiking socks and normal foot expansion from hiking all day, they should fit fine. If you prefer thiner socks, then maybe size down a 1/2 size.

    Even though these are a EE, they feel like a regular width shoe.

    This is a well constructed boot which accurately reflects the price I paid for them. The boot itself looks like a cross between a traditional hiking boot and a combat boot. It is a very modern looking boot. It doesn't scream Ï'm a hiker" nor does it scream Combat Boots! it also doesn't look like work boots. The Cordura side panels adds a nice contrast breaking up the monotony of an otherwise expansive piece of leather. The leather has a suede finish to it.

    The soles have an aggressive tread. They are 1/2" taller than my Red Wing with the same style sole, but these feel more planted. This may be due to the lining as my Red Wings don't have a lining.

    My boots came with the white heel cup. I put them in and they felt fine. I also noticed the little raised line where your toes can grip it. it's a nice touch. Also, I noticed the extra GoreTex material some reviewers mentioned. I think this was a calculated design decision. As the boot molds to your foot (or your foot molds to the boot), the extra material forms around the tongue, filling in the edges so it minimizes that red outline of the tongue on the top and sides of your foot.

    So far, nothing compares to the pain I felt when breaking in a pair of Iron Rangers. It took just about 3 weeks and a large dose of eye tearing pain before they broke in. I almost gave up at one point. These are a walk in the park in comparison. There is one spot that rubs on the top of my big toe (from the seam at the top of the boot). It is only a minor discomfort at this point and should improve after a few more days of wearing these. The leather is soft and pliable.

    These boots will be used as dedicated (low mileage) hiking boots.

    A size 8EE ran a 1/2 size large for me. Wearing thick socks will add additional cushioning and take up some volume.Fit and finish is on par in relation to the cost of the boot. A unique design with a dose of modern materials, makes this boot stylish as well as functional. A Vibram sole with an aggressive tread design will ensure this boot performs on the trail under a wide variety of conditions. Softer more pliable leather should make break-in a little easier on your feet. I highly recommend this boot.

    6 people found this review helpful

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  • MADE IN THE USA Excellent crafted quality!
    By Braxton Texas on 22 July 2019

    After lots of research on these and other hiking boots I chose these and so happy I did. I don't like ordering items that have to fit online because of possible, if not probable returns. However, I could not ask for a better fit! Many of the reviews I read said they run narrow. Very thankful for that. I have extremely narrow size 14 feet. Almost impossible to find anything that actually fits right. Right out of the box they felt good but still a little wide for my feet. But with a simple inexpensive insert with a little arch support, they fit very well! The strong construction allows me to really cinch them up nice and tight also. I read that it takes a little while to break them in but not bad. I was not used to a well made strong boot so they felt stiff to me at first. But after a few 5 mile walks and wearing around the house they seem broken in and VERY comfortable. They also look great! I ordered Danner's water proofing spray as an extra safeguard and it works great too. The only thing I changed was to add a pair of good heavy leather laces that I personally prefer on hiking boots. I expect these boots too last me many years. It is also nice to know that if I ever do wear out the soles, I can have them refurbished at Danner! Thank you Danner for continuing to make some of your product in the good old USA!!!

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  • Treat yourself, it doesn't get better than Danner.
    By John P. Garcia on 12 July 2015

    Don't be intimidated by the tons of threads and reviews you read about how hard it is to get a pair of Danner boots to fit just right on the first try. Look, I went to their website and read up on the Danner Light II. The "fit" portion says these run NARROW, if your foot is on the wide side order your size in wide. Now I know my foot isn't narrow so I ordered a 9.5E. I pulled these boots out of the box threw in some premium insoles and lightweight merino wool hiking socks from REI and bam, these bad boys fit perfectly. I knew these didn't come with insoles and that's another reason I ordered wide to allow for more room with an insole. The insoles aren't thick but aren't the thin "1/4 inch from heel to toe insole" either. They are "work boot insoles"

    The quality is superb, the craftsmanship is superb, the materials, specifically the leather is premium. Simply put these boots exceeded my expectations.

    They wear very well, VERY comfortable out of the box. I wore them for about 6 hours the first time I tired them on. I have a 3 mile hike planned tomorrow and I will update this review after a put these boots through they're paces.

    Follow the danner website size guidelines and order wide if you aren't narrow footed and get ready to treat your feet to some
    handsome, high quality boots that will last you years to come. I own Danner Acadias and they have lasted me years.

    Danner boots are simply the best money can buy.

    5 people found this review helpful

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  • Great if you take the time to break them in properly!!
    By Jason on 16 December 2014

    Danners will last you for MANY YEARS if you patiently break them in with the Danner Boot Dressing. Do yourself a favor and order some with the boots. I've kept track of the miles I hike, and it takes about 40-50 miles before you will start to feel the boot forming to your foot. Those first 50 miles, well they are not the most fun. I'm at 120 miles hiked since October 15th, and I want to wear these boots all day, everyday. Again, these are for people willing to invest the time. If that's not your thing, I'd recommend buying a glued together boot. They won't last nearly as long, but they'll be comfortable from the start. Again, I've owned Danner boots for over twenty years and they're all the same....patience and proper break in. If you do it, you'll never own another type of boot. I hope this helps. For those of you interested, I started hiking about 2 miles a day for the first week, then 4 miles up to the occasional 12 mile hike. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO HIKE A LONG DISTANCE WITHOUT SLOWLY BREAKING THEM IN. You're feet will be shredded if you do.

    9 people found this review helpful

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