Danner Mountain Light II Boots from SPECTRE
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve seen the new Bond film by now. While we love 007 films for their action, suspense and women, we also always like to keep an eye on Bond’s style. One such piece of clothing that caught our attention in SPECTRE was the boots worn by Daniel Craig in the Austrian Alps. Say hello to the Danner Mountain Light II Bond Boots.
The Mountain Light II by American brand Danner is legendary among mountaineers for its unmatched quality, durability and support. Not only that, they’re beautiful to look at too!
Each pair of the Bond boot is built by hand in Portland, Oregon with full-grain leather, Vibram Kletterlift outsoles, and waterproof GORE-TEX liners. The result is a classic unfussy design that provides premium practicality.
Danner have been around since 1932 and are built on an ethos that craftsmanship breeds quality, which means they’re built to last in the most testing of conditions. As such, the Vibram Kletterlift outsole is specifically designed for comfort and durability, while the heel provides lightweight comfort as well as superb shock absorption. The unique compound on the sole guarantees excellent traction and stability on basically any surface.
Danner’s handcrafted stitch-down construction provides a wider platform for increased stability on the Mountain Light II, while the Bond boot’s lace-to-toe system, along with the choice of multiple sizes and width combinations, ensures a secure fit that adapts over time to the shape of your foot too.
Of course they’re also waterproof and breathable thanks to the GORE-TEX liner which has been engineered to keep your feet dry and comfortable, even in extreme conditions. The full-grain, one-piece, all-leather upper not only offers a classic look, but also gives the boot some added waterproof protection.
You can get a pair of the Danner Mountain Light II Bond Boots from the Danner Website where they’ll set you back a sturdy £230 ($350). Nobody said looking as cool as Bond on the Alps was going to be cheap!