Danner's Mountain Light and Mountain Light II Hiking Boot Review

In this review, I'm talking about my Danner Mountain Light and Mountain Light II Boots and my Danner Boots experience and love. I remember when I first saw a pair of Danner boots when I was 13 or 14 years old. At that time I was a Boy Scout and I went to my team with a team. I remember that one of their dads had a really cool pair of boots that she wore. He was the military, so many scouts visited me, including me, and I remember asking at a certain point of the trip what shoes he was wearing. I think I was a pair of tired tennis shoes, I was barely the best at outdoor excursion, and I wanted a good pair of walking boots for a while. She told me that her boots were made by a company called Danner, and they kept it for a long time.

To this day I can not remember what a boots model he was or what he was telling me What model was, but I remember it seemed cool enough. I really wanted a party like her, but when I got home I learned how much they spent; A little luck at a 13 year old. I could not love my Danner boots, but the love affair with Danner has begun. I only went to High School until I got my first pair of Danner boots. They were the Mountain Light model, and boy I used the hell. I still have the couple today when my leg did not grow up. Today I have a Mountain Light boots and a Mountain Light II boots. For 5 or 6 years I got Mountain Light boots and Mountain Light II boots for 2 or 3 years. Both boots are great and they are very good, and in most cases it is not completely different, although I use Mountain Light II boots more often. This is primarily a personal choice, and because my Mountain Light boots are worn out (they may also be re-gluing). The most important difference between the two differences is that Mt. A Light II is slightly lighter and more modern. Anyway, there's no big difference between them. We might look at the original Mountain Light boots and measure them. Like many Danner products, these boots are made in the US by skilled craftsmen and women at the factory in Portland, Oregon. They make 4 pounds, so they are not necessarily the easiest hiking shoes they will encounter but are very comfortable and durable. You have to break them a bit; I used only a couple of times to break them in 3-4 weeks. 100% waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex lining, which often come to weekend excursions and around the city when it is rainy and wet. They can be breathtaking because of the waterproof lining, as most waterproof lining and construction are by no means very breathable. Their structure is solid and very durable.

Danner uses a stitch design that increases foot stability and allows shoe reproduction (again something that is likely to be done on a boots). In a replicable way, I say these boots – and any Danner boot that can be recycled – can be sent to Danner's Portland Oregon facilities and are basically ready for almost new ones. This means that Vibram feet can be replaced, as well as other aspects of shoes. This is a great service that Danner offers, especially when it comes to many boots for a long time and means that you can renew your boots several times if needed.

Mountain Light II Boots A bit lighter than Mountain Light boots with a 3-liter 8 oz. If you are looking for a pair of walking boots that are super light, then one of the mountain boots is unlikely to look for. After that, Mountain Light II boots are surprisingly lightweight for their size and design and have the same benefits and features as the original Mountain Light. As I mentioned earlier, I use my Mountain Light II boots more often than the other pair, simply because of their personal choice, not because they surpass the other.

For extensive hiking and backpacking excursions and adventures, as well as daily use. They're perfect when it's wet and wet on the outside and I need something to protect my feet from the batteries. At this point, they were completely broken and shaped to their feet, and still very comfortable. Both Mountain Light and Mountain Light II boots are narrower than usual, so I would know when ordering. If your feet are wider than normal, consider getting an "EE" size. I would also suggest trying them to find the right size before buying them or testing them at home for a few hours when ordering online.

Source by Robert Greenfield

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