Danner Men’s Trail 2650 3″ Hiking Shoe, Brown/Red – 12 EE

February 22, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $149.95Amazon.com Price
(as of April 7, 2020 01:56 GMT+0200 - Details)

For more than 40 years, Danner boots have been a staple on hiking trails throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Experienced hikers know they can trust Danner durability and craftsmanship, no matter what conditions the trail throws at them. New for 2019, we introduce the Trail 2650, an innovative trail trainer inspired by the demanding terrain found along the 2650-mile Pacific Crest Trail. With its dual-zone VIbram 460 outsole with Megagrip, ultra-lightweight EVA midsole and supportive, reinforced heel counter, the Trail 2650 is sure to become your trusted hiking companion this spring and summer

Product Features

  • Reinforced, external heel counter for maximum support
  • Cushioning open-cell OrthoLite footbed
  • TRAILGUARD platform with exposed TPU shank offers lightweight, athletic performance
  • Lightweight, shock-absorbing EVA midsole
  • Vibram 460 outsole with Megagrip technology offers superior grip on wet and dry surfaces

Comments

Anonymous says:

too narrow The shoes came in a timely manner. Like so many shoes I’ve tried lately they are shaped like a rectangle. Our feet are shaped like a trapezoid, wide in the front, narrow in the back. These EE are too narrow for me. It seems that the only shoe that is shaped like this are Altra’s. Altra’s fit well, but have other problems like mid-sole compression.

Anonymous says:

Size up if you have fat feet My feet are a 12 wide, either EE or EEEE, for New Balance and most other shoes. the 12EE Danner Trail 2650’s that I ordered were just a little bit short in length and tight in the toe box. Maybe they would’ve been fine once the shoes stretched out or maybe I would have lost a few toenails on the downhills. I ordered up to a 13EE, and while these are a bit too long, the toe box has more room. I also found the arch support a little lacking so I replaced the Danner narrow and wimpy insoles with…

blank Anonymous says:

Not up to the standards of similar price points These shoes were on the pricey side, and the quality is just not there compared to similar brands at this price point, (or even compared to Merrell, which are priced lower). There are questionable design decisions (giant plastic bubble on heel??) and noticeable glue at some seams. Also – I ordered 2EE and they are not wide and have zero arch support – like an old fashioned flat fabric sole insert. That is ok for $25 shoes, but not $125 shoes. Not sure how they would hold up for actual outdoor…

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