Who should buy the Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave
Ready to tackle the arid, summer climate of the Pacific Northwest, the Mountain 600 EnduroWeave is ideal for:
- hikers who want a pair of boots that optimizes breathability and comfort
- outdoor lovers who are looking for footgear that grips on various types of terrain
Danner employs a grippy Vibram outsole for the Mountain 600 EnduroWeave
The Mountain 600 EnduroWeave from Danner employs the Vibram Fuga outsole. It is made of Megagrip compound which grips on wet and dry grounds.
Its profile includes self-adaptive lugs which stiffen on cold hikes for an optimal bite and soften a bit on warm climates for more ground adhesion. The flex lines along the sole promote natural rolling motion of the foot.
Mountain 600 EnduroWeave from Danner carries a durable platform
Featuring the Vibram SPE midsole, the Danner Mountain 600 EnduroWeave gives hikers a cushioned ride. Aside from being lightweight, this rubberized EVA also offers improved resilience to constant compression. It houses a nylon shank which grants underfoot rigidity.
An Ortholite footbed with three varying densities sits atop the midsole to enhance comfort. The TPU frame at the heel, on the other hand, amplifies stability.
Danner’s Mountain 600 EnduroWeave breathable upper
This mid-cut day hiking boot has an abrasion-resistant upper, thanks to the EnduroWeave carbon-washed fabric. It is a tightly woven material which shields the foot from outdoor obstacles while being permeable to air. The inside is lined with Air Mesh; it wicks away moisture and enhances breathability.
At the back of the foot is a strip of PU-coated leather which adds protection against scrapes.
Its lacing system comes with a flat lace which passes through D-rings and two pairs of speed hooks. Along the top of the tongue is a pair of thin cords which lock the lace and tongue in place.