Danner Overlook Sneakers

Finding footwear functional enough for the hiking trail but cool enough for the taproom is no mean feat but you might just have found the ideal candidate in the shape of these awesome looking Overlook Sneakers from the guys at Danner. This first class footwear expertly straddles the line between form and function and will be a go-to option for all your outdoor adventures this spring and summer.

The Danner Overlook Sneakers come with a pleasingly affordable price tag of $170 and come in three different colourways – namely, Glazed Ginger/Orion, Jet Black and Monk’s Robe – so you’re sure to find a pair that tallies with your own style persuasion. This exemplary outdoors inspired footwear are billed as everyday sneakers that are ready to hit the trail at a moment’s notice. Who are we to argue?

Iconic Footwear

With nearly a century of hand-building iconic boots under their belt, you know Danner are a name you can trust to do what they say it will. Whether that means waterproof protection for loggers or slick options for everyday wear, you can guarantee they’re putting their all into every stitch. The Overlook Sneakers are no exception and falls into that second category.

Purpose built to deliver everyday sneaker comfort that’s ideal for exploring the city, but ready in a heartbeat when you need to drop everything and find the closest trailhead. The Danner Overlook Sneakers ($170) boast a breathable, water-resistant Enduroknit textile upper with full-grain leather overlays that makes them some of the most adventure-ready footwear on the market.

https://www.campfirecreative.studio/

Other stand out features of the Overlook Sneakers include the dual-density midsole which is firm around the edges for stability and soft in the middle for traction. These sneakers also have a Vibram® Overlook outsole with adaptive lugs for versatile traction in urban and outdoor terrain and the stitchdown heel construction adds extra stability.

Written By
More from Leo Davie
Klopper Residence
We’ve featured an awful lot of residential homes on the pages of...
Read More