Men's Danner Fort Lewis 10" GTX Boots

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98397-29110
Created with the help of two career Army officers from Fort Lewis, Washington, the USA-made Fort Lewis is FORSCOM approved and loaded with all the features a warrior or law enforcement professional needs. A cushioning Vibram Kletterlift outsole fights fatigue on long marches and is made of a specialized dry ice compound to remain flexible in extreme cold environments and aid in slip resistance. The full-grain leather upper and GORE-TEX lining keeps the boot waterproof. Danner's famous stitchdown construction gives a more stable platform underfoot and superior durability.

Made in the USA
Durable, waterproof, polishable full-grain leather upper
GORE-TEX waterproof breathable lining
Lace-to-toe design for secure fit
Fiberglass shank
Handcrafted, stitchdown construction for strength and stability
Vibram® 148 Kletterlift outsole offers superior traction, stability and shock absorption
Recraftable

Height: 10"
Weight: 72 oz
Insulation: Non-Insulated

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Hey Now!!!
These are my 3rd pair of Danner's in 10+ years. The others were Strikers. I bought the Ft Lewis for the H-D Road King 2019. Been touring a lot since retiring and needed something more comfortable than Cowboy or Biker boots. Danner Boots never disappoint. I read a lot of the reviews before I bought these boots. All I can say is that they fit great right out of the box. I wear them with Darn Tough Captain America Cushion Socks or Darn Tough Function 5 OTC Padded Cushion Sock (Darn Tough makes the best socks available IMHO). They lace up perfect. They are comfortable. They look good. Buy them.
July 20, 2020
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Jason
I’ve owned two pair of Fort Lewis boots that I wear on duty as I am a Police Officer, when I’m on duty. BEST boots ever. I don’t recraft them, I just buy new ones. I’m ordering my 3rd pair of Mountain Light hiking boots which I wear off duty. Dinner is the best and if I have to spend $760.00 every 3-4 years to have the best two pair of boots known to man, than I will happily do that. If you don’t own a pair of USA made Danners, please support American workers and try a pair. You will not be disappointed.
April 9, 2020
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I wore Corcoran Jump Boots
I wore Corcoran Jump Boots for almost my entire military career . These Danner's are the best fitting and most comfortable boots since my Jumps . Solidly made , true to size , and the inserts are very good. I'm very pleased with my purchase. For those of you who think that they're too expensive, remember this . You get what you pay for . I'm 65 , and in pretty good shape . These boots will be the last ones that I will EVER have to buy . Really like them a lot , and so do my dogs .
April 2, 2020
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Awesome boots if you know how to wear them!
A lot of people will purchase this boot just because it looks cool and has so many good reviews, but before you purchase these, there are a few things you should know about them so you're not disappointed when you get a pair. These boots were originally intended for military use. I seem to recall reading somewhere years ago that at one point they were issued to the 10th Mountain Division. That being said, when you first try them on, you will notice that you have to pull the eyelets in really tight to get a snug fit around your leg. Being a military boot, it was made so that you can tuck your BDU trousers into them. With no trousers tucked into the boots, they will feel a bit loose on most people. For some people, they will also notice that their ankle will feel a bit wobbly in the boot and their ankle will rise up in the boot without the boot heel following it. It's horribly annoying. I suspect this is also due to the extra room allotted in the boot for trousers, thick socks etc. So, for those of us who don't run around wearing BDU's all day, what do you do? I will share what I found has worked best for me. First, lace the boots in a ladder pattern, there are tons of how to videos on Youtube if you don't know how to do it. This alone, will make a noticeable difference and help you lock the boot down to your ankle. Invest in a decent pair of full cushion boot socks and a decent sock liner. I use Darn Tough boot socks and Fox River liners. They work just fine for me. Between the ladder lacing, full cushion socks, and a sock liner, you should be able to wear these boots with no issues if you're experiencing the ankle wobble and OMG Do I have chicken legs? issue.
February 23, 2020
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Simply the Best
I have had a number of Danner boots in the past years and I feel that they are the best boots on the market - the Ft. Lewis in particular.First, you cannot beat an all leather boot for support and comfort. The 10 inch tops give slightly more support and protection than an 8 inch and the loops at the back enable easy pulling-on. You will not find a better sole than the kletterlift for traction and stability. I have literally climbed hills with ease while my buddies were slipping and sliding their way to the top. The only thing I do not recommend is pivoting in these boots. The kletterlift sole has a great grip to it which does not allow for quick pivoting turns. Anyway I hope this helps. I highly recommend that you spend the extra money and get a pair of these wonderful Ft. Lewis boots.
February 18, 2020
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Simply the Best
I have had a number of Danner boots in the past years and I feel that they are the best boots on the market - the Ft. Lewis in particular.First, you cannot beat an all leather boot for support and comfort. The 10 inch tops give slightly more support and protection than an 8 inch and the loops at the back enable easy pulling-on. You will not find a better sole than the kletterlift for traction and stability. I have literally climbed hills with ease while my buddies were slipping and sliding their way to the top. The only thing I do not recommend is pivoting in these boots. The kletterlift sole has a great grip to it which does not allow for quick pivoting turns. Anyway I hope this helps. I highly recommend that you spend the extra money and get a pair of these wonderful Ft. Lewis boots.
February 18, 2020
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The Best
I am looking at getting another pair of these very soon to alternate with the ones I now have. Having run the gamut of Danner boots- and of others - I feel that The Ft. Lewis is the best of all. I have since stopped wearing any other working footwear but my Ft. Lewis boots.While the Danner lineup is excellent, I feel that the Ft. Lewis are in themselves outstanding. You will never find a boot that gives more support, traction and stability. The pull on loop at the top is the reason that I prefer these even over the Acadia. Also I like the 10 inch tops for the extra support it provides. They are well worth the cost.Get the Danner footbeds and replace the ones it comes with. Hope this helps.
February 13, 2020
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Love Danners. Best Boots I
Love Danners. Best Boots I ever bought and will continue to buy.
Quality shows!!! wear them daily and just wish you had a triple EEE size boot.
December 23, 2019
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Very well made, quality materials.
Very well made, quality materials.
December 22, 2019
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The longest lasting, most durable,
The longest lasting, most durable, and comfortable work boots I have ever owned. I’m on my second pair after more than four years with the first. I plan to recraft the first pair and keep the two indefinitely.
December 21, 2019
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