Danner 46222 High Ground Hunting Boot Review
Danner 46222 High Ground First Impressions
"The reviewers were correct."
The soles seem to have the right amount of tread on the bottom. The 400g was perfect for our Midwest winter. My husband said these are awesome, warm and comfortable. I have better traction and so much more shock absorbency. They never once hurt my feet and broke in quickly.
Editor's Impressions Of The Danner 46222 High Ground
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Danner 46222 High Ground Final Thoughts
"They are comfortable and light."
Will updated when the upcoming season is over I typically wear size 9 to 9-1/2 and bought size 10. I expect to remove it eventually before they need replacing. Expensive but I can tell it's good quality. This could also just be that they aren't broken in yet.
For nearly a century, Danner has crafted boots with purpose and integrity - footwear to equip those who choose the unlikely path, those who cut fresh trails, those who pioneer. Charles Danner came west to build the best boots loggers had ever known, an effort that resulted in a long-standing heritage brand with a renegade spirit. A spirit that proudly lives on in each pair of Danner boots we make to this day.View All Products By Danner
- Danner 46222 High Ground Features & Specs
- Made in USA
- vibram rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6 from arch
- FULL-GRAIN LEATHER & CORDURA UPPER Known for its resistance to abrasions, tears and scuffs, we combined Cordura Denier nylon with our full-grain leather to create an incredibly strong and durable upper.
- GORE-TEX (GTX) 100% waterproof and breathable, GORE-TEX liners ensure that no water gets in, while allowing sweat and moisture to get out.
- DANNER GAVRE OUTSOLE Pentagonal center lugs for optimal surface contact and heavier outer lugs for superior support make this outsole idea for lateral transitions and side hilling.
- DANNER BOB OUTSOLE Ranked among the world's best hunting outsoles due to its popularity with upland bird hunters and adaptability to early and late season terrains.