The Chinese word for “crisis” is made of two base characters - one representing “danger” and the other “opportunity”. Charles Danner must have had a deep understanding of this word when he decided to open his boot-making business during the depths of the Great Depression. It was his strong belief that regardless of the economy, there would always be a demand for superior craftsmanship.
Hand-made in Danner’s Portland factory, the Tramline is one of the archive-inspired boots from Danner’s “Stumptown” collection - in celebration of its 80th anniversary.
Its durability and superior waterproof protection are attributable to its rich Horween leather upper, stitch down construction and recraftable Vibram outsole. The versatility of the Chukka height allows creative freedom for one’s own personal style.
Danner is the real rugged deal. Lace up a pair of these legendary boots and feel for yourself how high standards, timeless style and comfort can overcome the harshest of climates - economic, environmental or otherwise.