Quick Look: Danner Tachyon Boots

by Scott Witner  |  published on November 17, 2014

As a Marine infantryman, I know how important it is to have the proper boots for your feet. If you neglect to take care of your feet, you can count yourself out of the fight. When I went through the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, I wore a pair of Danner Mountain Boots. They were big, heavy, waterproof, and warm, but took excellent care of my feet and kept me in the fight, so to speak. Danner has my respect and the respect of many other Marines that I served with. Fast forward to today; Danner continues their excellence with the new Tachyon Hybrid Boot/Shoe.

These boots are constructed of a mixture of synthetic leather-like material and nylon on the upper, and a footbed made of polyurethane and rubber. This allows for superior breathability and good water drainage. The footbed and sole are sturdy and supportive without being heavy or too structured. Those of you familiar with a freestyle running shoe will understand what I mean here. The bottom is flat and features simple lugs for good traction. Throw in a good pair of nylon speed laces and a protective toe cap and these are as basic and functional as they come.

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