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tubabucknut wrote: »
Anybody own them? Are they any good?
Wambli Ska wrote: »
IIRC Danner had some issues with their first gen Chinese boots with the soles not staying glued to the tops. I believe those QC issues are well behind them and usually when you get someone putting down Danner their experience goes back to those first attempts at a more price accessible boot. Their latest imported stuff and their made is the use boots are world class.
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Recently, my wife decided to borrow these boots for yard work and didn't feel like tying the shoe laces since they don't really fit her. The laces got shredded accordingly from her stepping on them and were unusable. I called Danner to get replacements, assuming I would have to buy them. Nope: they gave me *two* free sets of laces, a handwritten card with an apology that the original color style was not available (like I cared) and a free Danner bottle opener. Yeah...they will be getting my business again.
I'm on my third pair. Even the Chinese made ones are good.
I have two pair with 6 inch tops. I just about wore the first pair out, but they're still good if I don't expect snow or need the waterproof capabilities. There's a tear near the toe that probably ruined the waterproofing.
The first pair of Dannes I owned are Elk Hunters I ordered from Cabelas. They have 10 inch tops, and are insulated with hob nob soles. I have had the for over 10 years. The only problem I have with them is that they are very hard to put on due to the tall tops. Danner has told me I can stuff newsprint in the boot and that will expand the a bit. I haven't tried that, but probably should.
My advice is that you can't go wrong with Danner.
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I was thinking that was a Rocky boots problem. Or was the Rocky boot issue that the soles were melting or disintegrating after a couple of years?
Had to look at a pair of boots, your laces are backwards
You are right over left except for the first two on the left boot.