Boots, Danner Boots: Walk In 007’s Shoes In These Limited-Edition Danner Boots
James Bond. You’ve heard of the guy. You’ve even seen him in action. So, you know that when 007 needed a new pair of boots, he really needed a new pair of boots.
That’s where Danner Boots comes in. An iconic company that has been making high-quality, beautifully crafted boots ready for any adventure – or, in this case, any mission – for nearly a decade. (And a company that is no stranger to being front and center on the big screen – the images of Reese Witherspoon in her iconic Mountain Light Cascade Danner Boots in Wild are still immortalized in our brains.)
So, how does a company go about building a secret agent-ready military boot that has style and is built to last? They take an old favorite for members of the military and special forces and reconstruct it with 007 in mind.
Taking the original Tanicus Danner Boot, a boot known for its durable rough-out, full-grain leather, and 1000 Denier nylon offering superior protection, but still with a breathable mesh lining and an added layer of cushioning in the midsole and a dampening heel cup, all while keeping at an impressively light 39 oz. weight, Danner had a great place to start.
Now, replace the Danner Tanicus outsole with a pentagonal-patterned, custom Vibram® outsole made to grip various terrain, both indoors and outdoors. Go with an all-black suede and ballistic nylon construction, keep the breathable mesh lining, and you have the Danner limited-edition 007 Tanicus.
The limited-edition 007 boot will come in a special all-black box adorning the No Time To Die logo and will only be available in men’s sizes, with women recommended to go down 1.5 to 2 full sizes for a correct fit. The sizes available will be 8-14, and the boot will be released for sale starting September 16, 2021, at Danner.com/bond for $180. Less than 1,000 pairs have been made.
With your 007 limited-edition Danner Boots in hand (and on your feet), watch 007 on his next mission in No Time To Die when it hits theaters on October 8th in the U.S.