Gear Review: Danner Women’s Mountain 600 with Enduroweave Lynsey Davis January 6, 2019 Join the Conversation I haven't always been a Danner girl. In the past, I often opted for cheaper boots and shoes. A year or so ago I finally bought a pair of these brilliant, classic boots and I will never look back. I'm now several pairs of boots deep into my Danner obsession, and the Mountain 600's with Enduroweave have been the best yet. Before I go into what I like and love about these boots, here are a few specs: Specifications Weight: 27 oz per pair Height: 4.5-inches Insulated: No Color: Timberwolf Footbed: OrthoLite Shank: Nylon Last Type: DPDX Lining: Non-Waterproof Liner: Air Mesh Outsole: Vibram Fuga For starters, let's talk about aesthetics. The Timberwolf color, which looks more grey in person, paired with subtle plum-colored laces, makes these shoes a good pair with a wide variety of clothing colors. The Enduroweave fabric is truly unique. I tried endlessly to capture the texture of this fabric in a photograph appropriately, but I just couldn't do it justice. According to Danner, Enduroweave is a lightweight textile with a carbon wash, making it both breathable and durable. The look of these boots lends itself to various styles of clothing. I have dressed these boots up for a night out, worn them on the gun range, hunted in them, and grocery shopped in them. I wear them EVERYWHERE, which brings me to my next point…comfort. These are arguably the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned. I can wear them all day without soreness. True to their design, they are not waterproof or insulated. However, I have worn them comfortably on the range on days ranging from 40 to 80 degrees with no issues whatsoever. They live up to their claims of breathability, as my feet remain nice and dry even when wearing them for long periods of time. As far as functionality is concerned, I again have no complaints. The sole provides excellent grip on both dry and wet surfaces. Speed hooks make them very easy to lace and keep them nice and tight. As well, the boots have a chord that runs down the middle of the laces and holds them nicely in place, a small but noteworthy feature. These boots are also offered in a brown color and a black color. While they definitely look like boots, they feel like some sort of magical boot/sneaker hybrid, and overall, I would recommend them. *As recommended by multiple reviews, I ordered mine in a half size down, and the fit was spot on. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Lynsey Davis was born and raised in West Tennessee, where she spent most of her time on horseback. Her love of guns and hunting were sparked after marrying her long-time friend and high school sweetheart in 2006. Davis splits her time between shooting matches, hunting, and chasing after two rambunctious little boys. She is passionate about cooking and loves to incorporate wild game into her recipes. Davis is a contributor to North Carolina Bow Hunter Magazine. And, on top of all that- she's a full-time student, finishing up a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Science. Explore RECOILweb:2011 Toyota Tundra - BiohazardUnusual Suspects - Tanto BladesDaniel Defense "Build Your Own M4" SITREPAccu-Grip Releases grip for AKs NEXT STEP: Download Your Free Target Pack from RECOILFor years, RECOIL magazine has treated its readers to a full-size (sometimes full color!) shooting target tucked into each big issue. Now we've compiled over 50 of our most popular targets into this one digital PDF download. From handgun drills to AR-15 practice, these 50+ targets have you covered. Print off as many as you like (ammo not included). Get your pack of 50 Print-at-Home targets when you subscribe to the RECOIL email newsletter. We'll send you weekly updates on guns, gear, industry news, and special offers from leading manufacturers - your guide to the firearms lifestyle.You want this. Trust Us.