August 14, 2012

Danner 80th Anniversary

Danner, a legendary American bootmaker, is celebrating their 80th Anniversary.  The Portland, Oregon company began in the Great Depression and endured by focusing on quality materials crafted with steady hands and experienced eyes. To commemorate the occasion they are releasing special editions of two classics, the Danner Light 80th and the Danner Mountain Light 80th. Each boot is limited to 800 pairs in North America.

100 hands touch each pair of boots Danner manufactures. Hand operated sewing, with a high stitch count, make these boots stand out from others – something automatic sewing can’t come close to. A perfect fit, ultimate strength and undeniable durability has been the company's claim to fame.

Ready for an ultimate pair of USA-made boots that’ll last a lifetime? Visit Danner before these revisited classics are but a memory. Below is an image I put together of my four favorite new releases. Check 'em out at the link above. If you're not quite sold - watch these videos on their manufacturing processes - pretty solid!




6 comments:

Anonymous said...

All of those Danners look sick. Gotta check this out...

Rhon Bell said...

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. I'm really getting into Danner as of lately - great American made stuff over there.

River Mud said...

I frequently comment on my ML II's - 12 years old, thousands of miles under them for work and for play. Time for a new pair but the price went from $180 to $330 over the last 12 years! YIKES

Rhon Bell said...

The ML 80ths are my favorite pair of the launch. I'm guessing it costs a lot when 100 hands touch each pair. Always paying for quality, right? Thanks for the comment.

Rhon

Nick said...

That leather has a great look to it

Rhon Bell said...

Nick,

Agreed. Some of the best boots on the market. Made in USA doesn't hurt either.