Portland outfits Danner and Tanner Goods have released the fifth boot in their annual collaboration. Called the Mountain Pass Randolph, the design pairs the iconic hiking boot silhouette with technical details, ensuring your footwear looks and performs with equal aplomb while trekking across outdoor trails.
Like the outfits’ previous collaborations, the footwear celebrates a shared love of their Pacific Northwest hometown, making for a shoe that should be perfect for exploring Oregon’s mountain trails (of course, it will play nice with the trails out in your backwoods, too). It’s easy-going and unassuming enough that it should look just as at home in the city, as well, making for a pair that should wear fine with a jeans-and-tee ensemble for daily gallivanting.
The Danner x Tanner Goods Mountain Pass Randolph is handmade right in Portland using Horween’s Natural Essex leather for the uppers, water-resistant Dri-Lex for the lining, and Vibram Christy for the outsole. It uses a bi-fit board construction in place of the traditional shank, midsole, and lasting board, resulting in lighter weight and better technical support. Features include a removable polyurethane footbed for underfoot support, a Tanner Goods-branded tongue, and a 5-inch height to ensure a good fit around the ankles. As with the duo’s previous collaborations, it gets treated to a hand-crafted stitchdown construction that should improve stability during hikes up the mountain and ensure durability to pave the way for many years of use.
Available now, the Danner x Tanner Goods Mountain Pass Randolph is priced at $375.