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Danner Acadia 8 inch Black Uniform Boot

Danner Acadia 8 inch Black Uniform Boot

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Danner Acadia 8 inch Black Uniform Boot

If your work leads you into unstable situations, then thats all the more reason to put classic Danner stitchdown construction under your feet. There's nothing more rock-solid than the Danner Acadia. The Arcadia is a Gore-Tex lined Waterproof Boot that gives you the protection, and comfort you need. The Tactical boot features a Vibram sole, fiberglass shank, and full grain leather design for added support.

This version of the time honored Acadia (21200) is uninsulated for year round wear.

Danner Acadia 21200 Waterproof Boot Features:

  • Made in the USA
  • Durable, full-grain leather and breathable 1000 Denier nylon upper
  • 100% waterproof Gore-tex lining for ultimate, breathable comfort
  • Danner's hand-crafted stitchdown construction increases durability and underfoot stability
  • Vibram Kletterlift outsole guarantees traction, stability and superior shock absorption
  • Recraftable
  • Fiberglass shank

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