Premium hunting boots feature TERRA FORCE® platforms for stability and support, Fatigue Fighter™ footbeds, and claw-like Mountain Goat TF™ outsoles. Average weight per pair: 3 lbs. 6 oz. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up®. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hummy You'll be glad you bought Danner
Last season I tried a pair of Pronghorns on & really liked them but compromised & bought a less expensive pair. From the first day in the field last year, I knew I had made a mistake. This year before season opened, I went back to the same BPS an made the purchase & boy am I glad I did. They are very comfortable, soles are very sturdy, grip well, supports your ankles & makes for a good shooting platform . Break in time, wore them one afternoon & they were ready for field use. I've had more expensive boots over the years but I would highly recommend these.
August 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Oklaking Great Boots
Purchased this summer and recently used on 5 day elk hunt in Colorado with lots of walking. Most comfortable boots have ever worn and have had a lot of various hiking boots. Wore in 2 days of rainy weather and feet stayed dry.
September 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JTS016 Very Comfortable
These are hands down the most comfortable pair of boots I have ever owned. They didn't really need any break in time. I haven't had a chance to test the waterproofness of them yet but from what I have read of the other pronghorn reviews they should perform as described. They were a bit pricey compared to some of the other brands but after trying on about six different pair in the store, I kept coming back to these. I'm really glad a settled on these. They seem really well made. I have no regrets with them.
September 11, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Spiritwalker took some time to break in.
Been putting in some serious scouting miles in these boots for a few months.. Took some time to break in and my feet were a bit tender in the beginning however they are now starting to feel pretty darn good.. I hike/hunt on some serious steep slopes and freequently hike 9 miles with 3000' elevation.. Also been busting through lots of brush.. These things still look great with no sign of wear. So far so good..
September 8, 2011