(as of Feb 02,2021 00:09:54 UTC – Details)
STAY COOL WHEN THE TRAIL HEATS UP
Lightweight, breathable and comfortable were the goals when it came to developing the South Rim 600. Named for the warmest side of the Grand Canyon, the South Rim features a mesh and suede upper to breathe well on the hottest of days. Cool feet is only a portion of a good warm-weather boot, so we utilized the ultra cushy Vibram SPE midsole for energy rebound and Fuga outsole for traction. This combination provides all-day comfort and maximum grip for this versatile summer boot.
MAKING HOT SUMMER MILES COOLER
The South Rim balances lightweight breathability with Danner durability by combining brushed suede and strategically placed abrasion-resistant mesh paneling. Inside the boot is an air mesh liner that adds even more air circulation.
SUPERIOR GRIP NO MATTER THE TERRAIN
Grip and the confidence you’ll have it when you need it are a must in any boot built for the outdoors. When it comes to engineering the perfect outsole for hiking, we turn to the experts at Vibram. The South Rim uses Vibram’s Fuga outsole with specially formulated Megagrip rubber compound. Renowned for its superior traction on both wet and dry surfaces, the Fuga outsole also has self adapting lugs that form and grip to changing terrain.
MORE ENERGY FOR MORE MILES
At the core of our South Rim boots is the Vibram SPE midsole. Developed with our partners at Vibram, this midsole uses a rubberized EVA material that is two times more resilient than traditional EVA and less susceptible to breaking down. With enhanced energy rebound, you’ll have less foot fatigue and more energy for whatever challenges the trail brings.
Shaft measures approximately ankle-high from arch
Heel measures approximately 4.5 inches”
Vibram Fuga outsole with Mega grip technology offers superior grip on wet and dry surface
Vibram SPE midsole for maximum rebound, comfort and support