The Bond Boot by Danner

Nov 9, 2015

Category: Style

If you’ve seen Spectre, you might’ve noticed the awesome pair of boots that James Bond had on his feet. The boots Bond wore are American-made all black Danners, and now you can buy a pair of your own.

The shoe company will offer an official 007 version of their Mountain Light II hiker in all black with black laces. The boots contain a waterproof Gore-Tex liner to keep your feet dry during your missions. They also contain a Vibram Kletterlift outsole that is specifically designed to provide lightweight comfort and superb shock absorption. These boots also have a unique lace to toe design so that they’ll adapt over time to the shape of your foot. Each boot is handmade in the company’s factory in Portland, Oregon, so you can appreciate that they’re made in the USA. The design has unmatched comfort while having the utmost durability.They’re available now for $350. [Purchase]

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