Spectre Bond Boot | By Danner

from $264.95

If there’s a boot you know James Bond wore, that definitely means it’s one of the best ones you can get. In Spectre, you can see Daniel Craig wearing the Danner Mountain Light II in the Austrian Alps. But this boot isn’t just legendary because of that fact. It’s well-known for its quality and support, as well as durability.

What’s very important to mention is that every pair is made by hand using full-grain leather. The stitching is done very precisely and it’ll ensure this boot can last for many seasons and can face the most demanding and harsh weather.

Spectre Bond Boot By Danner From The Side

This boot is handcrafted from full grain leather and offers great support in all conditions.

Danner chose Vibram outsole for this boot since it provides great traction whether you’re on wet or dry surface. The outsole is specifically designed for comfort and stability and it performs great at absorbing shock. Not to mention it’s very durable and lightweight.

Spectre Bond Boot By Danner On The Snow

The Vibram outsole provides good traction on all surfaces and together with the upper boot, keeps your feet dry.

Danner Mountain Light II has lace-to-toe system for a secure fit. As time passes, it will adapt to your foot. The upper shoe is made of one-piece leather that’s great for water protection. The GORE-TEX liner is waterproof and very breathable. It’ll do the best job of keeping your feet dry in any weather condition.

Spectre Bond Boot By Danner Lace To Toe System

Lace-to-toe system will ensure a great fit and the boot will adapt to the shape of your feet.

With the classic look, Danner Mountain Light II is timeless. If with time anything gets damaged, the boot is completely recraftable. The outsole can be replaced and the leather can be reworked and restitched. This means it can last for many years to come. You can get it in brown and black.

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