For close to two decades, the Pronghorn boot has been a trusted cornerstone in the Danner hunt line. Any update to the Pronghorn comes with a lot of responsibility to our customers who rely on this iconic boot. As such, the fifth generation is the culmination of many years of Pronghorn history and today's cutting-edge footwear technology. Built on our TERRA FORCE® NEXT platform, the Pronghorn delivers the all-day comfort and stability that make the day's haul easier on your feet. Full-grain leather that's passed our exacting quality tests forms the upper around our proven 851 last. To cope with unpredictable weather in the field, we built the Pronghorn with a GORE-TEX waterproof liner that keeps moisture out and lets your feet breathe. And for those headed out into cold climates, the Pronghorn is also available with PrimaLoft® insulation.
Waterproof, full-grain leather and nylon upper GORE-TEX waterproof breathable lining PrimaLoft® insulation Rugged hardware for secure fit and long lasting performance Cushioning PU footbed TERRA FORCE® NEXT platform combines an internal and external shank system to provide arch support and torsion control Vibram® SPE midsole for maximum rebound, comfort and support Thermoplastic PU shank Bi-Fit stability board for underfoot comfort, reduced weight and added forefoot flex Vibram® Pronghorn® outsole offers superior traction on rugged terrain
i bought them last fall and loved them during season as far as comfortable and warmth but they look like their 10 years old already and i only walk 200 yards to stand with no brush, now as i was looking at them the other day and the stitching inside the boot on the rear top is coming looses already!
I have wore the pronghorn boots for years and they are great boots. This last pair I just purchased although they say double EE are not as wide as usual and too tight. Don’t know if they are miss marked or what but my feet are the same size for the last 45 years.
DANNER has cut COST , eyelet cheaper and the leather guard that was across TOE AREA that protected boot leather from cut and added support ,THAT GONE .They still are GOOD boots I hope time will tell . THE SAME PRICE YOU JUST GET LESS BOOT FOR YOUR $ $$$$MONEY
This is my second pair of Pronghorns 1200g and they fit better than any other boot on the market (widest toe box for sure). The first pair is still in service, but it was time to transition and I tried several other manufacturers before ordering from Danner again. They are dry, very warm (even sitting in a tree from pre-dawn until dark), and extremely durable. It would be great if extra wides were available because I like wearing thick, heavy socks.
Comfortable, WARM, and true to size. These boots did not require a break-in period to be comfortable. Good to go right out of the box. I am new to the Danner brand,but I will be a loyal Customer from this point forward!
I’m a framing carpenter in Minnesota. I have owned a pair of 1200 gram for 3 or 4 years. Toes don’t get cold. I would never buy a different kind of boots for the winter. The fit is great and I have a better grip on the roofs than anyone else I work with. They are perfect. I would spend $600 on them if I had to.
Thought they were a little tight when I first tried them on but decided to give them a chance and glad I did. Took around 3 days to break in and are super comfortable now. Haven’t really hiked any aggressive terrain but have worn them in the mud and muck on my way to the deer stand. I highly recommend.
This is my second pair of Danner boots. Bought the High Ground 400g a couple of years ago for warmer hunting and now the Pronghorns for late season. Both fit very well and are extremely comfortable for walking. I’m very pleased with the quality.
Great shoe. Leather Toe box came scuffed in box but I use them for hunting so, I don’t care. Was trudging in over a foot of snow for 6 hours in prob 10 degree weather with a wool liner sock, thick wool sock and foot warmers and never got even remotely cold or wet . Even when sitting and not moving for hours I stayed warm. The lacing system works well and it’s easy to walk around In them with no foot fatigue. The soles are a little slippery but nothing too drastic. If you’re gonna be wearing multiple socks or foot warmers for cold weather go up a half to whole size and get the wide. They still may feel a bit snug but break in quickly and loosen up a bit. As far as durability, I haven’t owned them long enough to say but so far they seem like a great boot. They’re also not very heavy or too chunky Like some other heavy gram boots. Pretty comfortable as well.
I had a brother in law mention Danner boots several years ago and I’ve was looking for some insulated boots. Decided to look at Danner. These are the warmest and most comfortable boots I’ve owned. My next pair of non-insulated boots will be Danner. Ditching the redwings