DANNER #18050 WILDLAND TACTICAL FRIEFIGHTER
FOR THOSE WHO PROTECT OUR WILDERNESS
Our all-new Wildland Tactical Firefighter blends the lightweight and supportive benefits of an alpine hiker with the stringent standards of an NFPA-certified boot. Featuring fire-resistant, durable, rough-out leather and a breathable mesh lining, the boot is handcrafted in our Portland, Oregon, factory with a reinforced opanka-stitch construction that provides a superior bond between the upper and outsole. The durable, Vibram S587 outsole is specially designed for oil- and slip-resistant traction over rugged and high-angle terrain.
- FIRE RESISTANT LEATHER UPPER
- Chemically treated to be fire resistant, our rough-out leather is known for its natural durability.
- VIBRAMÃ‚® S587 FIRE & ICE OUTSOLE
- Ideal for rugged and high-angle terrain with an oil-and slip-resistant compound that still maintains traction in extreme cold and hot environments.
- EXTENDED SIZES
- To accommodate more people, we've made this boot in extended sizes. We recommend women select 1.5 to 2 full sizes down for correct fit.
- WTF PLATFORM CONSTRUCTION
- For optimal rigidity and stability underfoot, we combine a full-length polypropylene board with an integrated steel shank in this construction method.
- HOW IT FITS
- The 851 last is an update to our popular 850 last. This last fits true to size with an athletic and supportive fit while providing ample room in the toe. Offering a specific heel shape that locks the heel in place for better fit and comfort on the back end of the boot, this supportive fit is ideal for those needing high mileage performance from their gear.
- 64 oz per pair
- EH Certified
- LAST TYPE
- Vibram S587 Fire & Ice
- Made in USA with Imported Components
- ASTM F2892-11 EH, NFPA 1977: 2016 edition certified
- TOE PROTECTION
- Plain Toe
MADE IN USA WITH IMPORTED COMPONENTS
We source the best materials from around the world and utilize some construction work overseas before shipping partially assembled components to be finished in our Portland, Oregon factory. Once in our factory, the boot uppers are formed and the entire bottom of the boot is constructed by hand, giving us greater control over the finished product. This manufacturing process allows us to bring you a less expensive USA made boot without compromising the quality you expect from Danner.