Who should buy the Danner Camp Sherman

The new Camp Sherman from Danner has a low-profile look that is created ready for the trails. It is a perfect option for those who are: 

  • looking for a pair of hiking shoes that combines comfort and durability
  • looking for outdoor gear that is powered by a Vibram outsole for optimal grip

Camp Sherman from Danner sports a Vibram Approach outsole

Danner Camp Sherman Vibram outsole

Equipped with the Vibram Approach outsole, this low-cut day hiking shoe grips on most types of terrain. It has rhombus-shaped lugs which are topped with triangular studs to optimize its ground adhesion. Its medial side features a combination of shapes to render stability.

Danner’s Camp Sherman boasts a cushioned midsole

The Danner Plyolite midsole grants the Camp Sherman user a cushy ride. It works with a nylon shank which renders underfoot rigidity and provides stability on bumpy grounds. An Ortholite footbed sits atop this structure. 

Danner Camp Sherman Plyolite midsole

Aside from its long-lasting cushioning, its open-cell PU construction manages moisture and promotes air circulation.

Camp Sherman carries a sturdy yet breathable leather upper

Danner Camp Sherman leather upper

The Danner Camp Sherman comes with a leather upper. It is equipped with a mesh lining which promotes breathability. 

Danner Camp Sherman lacing system

Its lacing system uses a flat lace which goes through seven pairs of metal eyelets. Near the toe area is an extra webbing eyelet, and a lace keeper on the mid-tongue helps keep the tongue in place. 

Danner Camp Sherman cushioned collar

A cushioned tongue and collar add comfort, and a heel pull tab assists in on and off.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 13oz
Use: Day Hiking
Cut: Low cut
Features: Lightweight / Lace-to-toe / Breathable / Orthotic friendly / Removable insole
Width: Normal, Wide / Normal
BRAND Brand: Danner
Construction: Lace-to-toe

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