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Danner Men's Quarry 8" GORE-TEX Work Boot - Dick's Sporting Goods

Danner Men's Quarry 8" GORE-TEX Work Boot

Item Number: 4320620
Price: $199.99
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The Danner® Men's Quarry 3.0 PT work boot was built for endurance, without sacrificing comfort. This tough, triple-stitched style, with Fatigue Fighter™ footbed, was built to last and keep you comfortable all day. The waterproof GORE-TEX® lining keeps your feet dry, while the Vibram® Quarry outsole boasts a slip-resistant rubber compound and non-linear lug pattern for awesome traction and debris release.

FEATURES:

  • Full-grain, all leather upper
  • Updated hardware for secure fit and performance
  • 100% waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® lining for the ultimate in comfort and protection
  • Triple-stitched seams, built for durability
  • Memory foam insert and Fatigue Fighter™ footbed
  • Steel shank and rigid platform for extra strength
  • Exclusive Vibram® Quarry outsole with 90° heel, oil and slip-resistant rubber, superior traction and debris release
  • Electrical hazard protection ASTM F2892-11 EH
  • Height: 8"
  • Style: 14549
  • Danner


Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fell short of reputation I work property preservation and these boots just didn't cut it. From the sole up, I really didn't have any problems. The leather took everything I put it through. However, they did start leaking a bit after 4 months of wear. The major failure was the sole. 4 months into working with them, the Vibram sole started separating. I didn't noticed at first, but after digging out 3/4 minus from my arch area, they went down hill quick. It is a shame because they were just about broke in. November 20, 2010
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