Men's Danner Lookout 8" Waterproof Boots

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98397-23822
This new duty offering delivers best-in-class durability, support, and cushioning right out of the box. It features a waterproof, polishable, full-grain leather and ripstop ballistic nylon upper that stands up to the job, and an all-new waterproof Danner Dry liner that pulls moisture away from the foot for all-season comfort. The cushioned comfort comes from a patent-pending, dual-density footbed, combining underfoot venting for maximum airflow and an Airthotic heel clip for support. A wider toe box allows for a more responsive fit, while the rugged outsole delivers outstanding traction and maneuverability.

Durable, waterproof, polishable leather upper with ripstop ballistic nylon
Anatomical design and broader toe box for a more responsive fit
Danner® Dry waterproof protection
Patented dual-density footbed for cushioning and underfoot air circulation, with an Airthotic® heel clip for support
Nylon shank
Danner® Comfort System platform offers superior comfort, support and durability
Danner® Lookout slip-resistant outsole with low pentagonal lug pattern offers superior traction and maneuverability
Lookout series features a Danner® Dry waterproof liner, which has been tested for body fluid borne pathogen resistance and meets or exceeds ASTM F1671-13 standards

Height: 8"
Weight: 54 oz
Insulation: Non-Insulated

Customer Reviews

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Great boots. Break in was
Great boots. Break in was easy, super comfortable. True to Danner standards. Haven’t tried to polish them up yet but the leather seems like it will be an easy task. Great law enforcement boots glad I looked around before before I pulled the trigger on my new boots.
June 6, 2020
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Great boots. Break in was
Great boots. Break in was easy, super comfortable. True to Danner standards. Haven’t tried to polish them up yet but the leather seems like it will be an easy task. Great law enforcement boots glad I looked around before before I pulled the trigger on my new boots.
June 6, 2020
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Perfect fit.
Perfect fit.
May 29, 2020
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The only complaint is how
The only complaint is how they Measure 8 inches. They actually are 8”, however their other 8” models are actually closer to 10”. They were returned
April 19, 2020
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Toe box is enormous! I
Toe box is enormous! I highly recommend Danner boots based on past experience but had to return these. Toe box on Stryker is smaller than on this model but still too big. Danner need to increase ability to lace down towards the toe.
April 15, 2020
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Comfortable for long shifts. I
Comfortable for long shifts. I will have to get extra padded boot socks to help mitigate blisters on top of my toes but overall an decently made boot.
March 20, 2020
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You state they are 8
You state they are 8 inche boots but they are only a 6 inche boot. I returned them. Did not like them.
February 16, 2020
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My only complaints are the
My only complaints are the squeaky insoles and how hot they are. The insoles squeak more than spongebobs boots and your feet will come out hotter than your two little friends. Besides that they’re constructed good.
February 10, 2020
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The boots are very comfortable
The boots are very comfortable but even with merona wool socks and foot powder my feet get extremely sweetey these boots dont breath very well
January 1, 2020
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I am a long-time Danner
I am a long-time Danner boot wearer for work, hunting and casual. I order every pair in 11D and have been happy with all but these. The toe box is really wide and the lining is slick so my foot kept sliding around inside. The sole is comfortable but that is the only positive I have to say. I did not wear them outside of the house before returning.
December 31, 2019
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