Trail 2650 GTX Mid Hiking Boot
Hit the dusty trail for a quick afternoon hike or a more demanding summit mission with the lightweight coverage and support of the Danner Trail 2650 GTX Mid Hiking boot. This adventure ready boot boasts a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex laminate, lightweight and durable leather and textile outer, and a super grippy Vibram 460 Outsole. To keep your feet cushioned inside this able-bodied exterior the Trail 2650's combine a cushioned EVA midsole with a supportive Ortholite footbed and a structured TPU shank. This combination of comfort, support, and protection will have you scrambling to peaks you have always dreamed of.
- Low profile hiking shoes built for speed, comfort, and traction
- Lightweight leather blend upper lets your feet breathe
- Gore-tex lining blocks precipitation, wicks perspiration
- OrthoLite footbed provides support and cushion for long days
- EVA midsole absorbs shock and provides rebound to limit fatigue
- TPU shank and hell counter boost support while keeping it light
- Vibram 460 outsole boasts superior grip no matter the conditions
- Item #DAN0042
- Q & A
Super light, nice color, great style
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Just got my pair today, and I’m impressed with the color (looks exactly like the photo here) and the design. I can never find sneaker style hikers that are super light weight (these feel like nothing) and in a non stereotype color! The only thing is I’m am exchanging my 7.5 for an 8, which I’m surprised I have to do b/c I am a tried and true 7.5. But with Costco women’s seasonal wool socks they were too tight and the tongue of the shoe kinda wraps around for a “sock-like” fit around the ankles, which is great for support in this low profile shoe, but kinda tricky to get into, esp if you have high arches like I do. They are also a bit narrow, I do have slightly wider feet (I usually prefer Keens) but I like the design so much I’m determined to make’em work! The soles are awesome, they look like you could easily hike over wet rock conditions without problems (I hope they do!) I got these to take on a backpacking/volunteer medical work trip to Nepal in a few months, so I will hike around Mt Hood a few times to make sure they are Himalaya ready! I’ll try to update when I get the 8’s and have test run them.