Danner’s collection of hiking boots and shoes is as timeless as it gets, and it’s looking to release a new silhouette that will age just as well. The heritage shoemaker’s Panorama line isn’t only made to perform but built to last, too.
Like most options from Danner, the Panorama sits on a removable OrthoLite footbed that’s composed of three layers of varying density to deliver nothing but optimized support and cushion with every step you take. Additionally, it boasts a Plyolite midsole to provide a lightweight feel and high-operating shock-absorbing capabilities. Lastly, the Panorama outsole gives the shoe its name and your foot the protection it requires. This unique compound wraps around the base of the shoe and even features deep lugs for trusty traction in any terrain.
As far as the upper is concerned, it intends to make things just as comfortable. It is primarily composed of smooth suede, then rounded out with a breathable neck and fall tongue to prevent overheating. And, of course, it boasts Danner’s proprietary Dry membrane for weatherized readiness. The new stomper comes in both low-and-mid-top iterations that measure 4″ and 6″, respectively. Color-wise, it’s in available the pictured Black Olive and Brown/Red.
You can never go wrong with any of Danner’s footwear, and this new line is no exception. The Panoramas are available on the brand’s website, starting from $150.