Men's Danner Vicious 4.5" Brown/Orange

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By incorporating top-of-the-line materials like GORE-TEX and Vibram with a weight-saving platform, Danner made a tough, versatile work boot feel like the kind of boot you want to put on at the end of a long day. This new last is designed to cup your heel for a secure fit while offering a little more room in the toe box to accommodate feet that are carrying heavy loads. It also comes with a dual-density EVA midsole for extra shock absorption and comfort. The oil- and slip-resistant outsole has a low profile 90-degree heel making it versatile enough for indoor and outdoor work. For really tough jobs it has an abrasion-resistant heel cap, an all-leather upper and a waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX liner.

  • Durable waterproof leather upper with abrasion-resistant heel cap
  • GORE-TEX waterproof breathable lining
  • Cushioning PU footbed
  • Dual-density EVA cushioning and shock absorbing midsole offers added durability on the outside edges with cushioning on the inside for more comfort and support underfoot
  • Nylon shank
  • TRAILGUARD platform offers lightweight, athletic performance
  • Vibram® Vicious oil-and-slip-resistant outsole offers superior indoor and outdoor traction with a low-profile 90° heel
  • Electrical hazard protection ASTM F2892-11 EH
  • Height: 4.5"
  • Weight: 46 oz
  • Color: Brown/Orange
  • Insulation: Non-Insulated

Customer Reviews

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Great boots
Eight months wearing these and even better than any Red Wings I have owned. Looking for new hiking boots thinking I'll go Danner.
June 24, 2020
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Best boot money can buy!
Best boot money can buy!
June 21, 2020
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They’re ok on the comfort.
They’re ok on the comfort. The plastic housing of where the laces weave through broke the first day. I think there are about 4 left. The laces are going to wear and break at these pressure points.
June 19, 2020
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These boots are extremely comfortable
These boots are extremely comfortable and have met or exceeded my expectations. I have only had them a couple of weeks so time will tell how durable they are but looking good so far!
June 18, 2020
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everyday boot
My sixth pair of Danner boots/shoes. Vicious is easy on, easy off. Heavy enough for Harley riding. Light enough for hiking. Fit consistent as with all of my Danner purchases. Leather, Gortex, Vibram is great combo.
June 13, 2020
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this is my 3rd pair
this is my 3rd pair of the Vicious. This last pair I bought for my son for his 33rd birthday, he loves them.
June 12, 2020
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I started construction as a
I started construction as a electrician, I had never worked in the industry field. I was worried my would hurt as i had to break them in, but no my feet have never been an issue. I did step on a small nail that went at a 45 degree angle into the boot it went right between the two layer of the sole, it was a small nail. it didnt hit my foot just was a freak angle i doubt it will ever happen again. Other than that i have been very happy. 5/5
May 25, 2020
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I’m 52 years old and
I’m 52 years old and have worked construction since I was a teenager . I am very tough on boots from doing concrete to roofing. This is the 1st pair of boots that I have ever owned that lasted over a year without falling apart and didn’t need to be slowly broke in , they are so comfortable right out of the box , The salesman at Bass Pro Shops Recommended the size 10 EE since I have a wide foot and the fit was perfect , Danner is the only work boot I’ll ever buy from now on. This is my 2nd pair and I highly Recommend these boots . Thanks Danner for a great boot
May 24, 2020
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To big in toe area,
To big in toe area, plus my foot keeps moving forward.
May 21, 2020
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Love these boots!!
Love these boots!!
May 21, 2020
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