Men’s Filson x Danner Grouse Boots Review – GORE-TEX Footwear
In 1850 a pioneer spirit by the name of C.C. Filson took his love of the great wild frontier, and combined it with one of American history’s most defining chapters to create an activewear brand that would stand the test of both time and endeavor.
Starting with the Gold Rush of 1897 and continuing to this day.
“If a man is going North,” Filson penned, “he should come to us for his outfit, because we have obtained our ideas of what is best to wear in that country from the experience of the man from the North — not merely one — but hundreds of them.
Our materials are the very best obtainable, for we know that the best is none too good and that quality is of vital importance. You can depend absolutely upon our goods both as to material and workmanship.”
The most formidable of conditions provided the best inspiration for the founding Filson, and the Filson brand has since shown no signs of wavering in this mission.
Frozen tundras, arid plains, and all other inhospitable terrain are no match for the Filson kit, and everything from footwear to sleeping bags can be found in the company’s trusted catalog of goods.
Filson was a man who never stopped listening to his customer’s needs, often providing custom-made prototypes, such as the iconic U.S. Patented Cruiser Shirt.
Filson’s story is nothing short of the stuff of American lore, but the company has never been contented to linger there. They understand that times change, and while Filson’s modern followers may not be seeking gold in the uncharted west or looking to break any world records, the company’s unwavering quality and unstopable spirit have marked it an American mainstay, proving that durability, protection, and comfort will never go out of style.
– Full-grain leather with 100% cotton oil finish Tin Cloth uppers
– Breathable, waterproof GORE-TEX membrane lining
– Shock absorbing, high traction Vibram 1276 Sierra outsoles
– Resoleable stitch-down welted construction
– Crafted by Danner for Filson
– Inspired by traditional Pacific Northwest hunting gear
– Co-branded Danner x Filson embossed logos on the tongue
– Made in the USA and built by hand in Portland, Oregon
– 650 last for sleek, slender profile with narrow fit
– Airthoic footbed
– Fiberglass shank
– 8-inch height
Men’s Filson x Danner Grouse Boots Review
The ultimate hunting boot, the famous Filson X Danner Grouse Boot provides extraordinary protection and comfort for avid hunters, no matter their game or grounds. Perfect for practically all terrains, conditions, and weather, these boots were specially designed for extended use, slick surfaces, steep inclines, snowy paths, and whatever else you can imagine or encounter. No matter what lies ahead of you, you can be sure that your feet will be perfectly protected and comfortable.
A Filson exclusive and crafted with care by Danner®, these boots consist of sturdy stitch down welted construction and are comprised of durable full grain leather. They feature oil finish Tin Cloth uppers and breathable waterproof Gore-Tex® linings to keep water, snow, and mud out and trap heat in, without overheating.
Vibram Olympia outer soles provide superior grip and traction, even on steep, slick, and challenging terrain. You can count on Filson X Danner Grouse Boots to not let you slip. Their lace-to-toe design and fiberglass shanks offer outstanding support, so you won’t have to worry about soreness, stiffness, or pain. With excellent mobility, you won’t feel constricted and you’ll be able to move around as you need, easily and comfortably.
The boots measure eight inches high and feature a stylish and fashionable design. Not only can you wear them with confidence out in the wilderness, but you can even sport them every day for a unique and refreshing look.
The Filson X Danner Grouse Boots were made in the United States with imported materials. They may require slight maintenance to keep them looking brand new, but you can be sure that they’ll last for years to come. Refrain from washing or dry cleaning them, and just brush or wipe them clean with a damp rag. You can rewax them as needed to sustain maximum water resistance as well.