Nigel Cabourn X Danner Jungle Boots

Oct 24, 2018

Category: Gear

The original ‘Nam boots were issued to American soldiers, allowing them to stomp through thick, wet jungles with ease to keep up with the enemy. Nigel Cabourn and Danner, a brand with a long-time affiliation with the U.S. military, joined forces to bring back the Vietnam War footwear with their durable Jungle Boots.

With a rugged mix of army green canvas and black leather molded soles, these army boots are the perfect military throwback that would pair well with the timeless M-65 field jacket. Inspired by the original, British heritage fabric Ventile is used on part of the upper along with a heavy nylon trim and distressed black leather. Handmade in Portland, these all-purpose boots are made from nylon, cotton, and leather, creating footwear ready for any battlefield. If fashion and function are what you need to get the job done, these Jungle Boots are ready for duty.

Purchase: $578

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