Danner presents a new documentary, The Trembling Giant, that follows three groups of bow hunters 10,000 miles into the Rocky Mountains as they hunt for elk. Instead of making a film about hunting as a blood sport or game, this film captures the honesty of the hunt, man’s connection with animal and nature, and the beauty of the elk community. It’s about a passion for the nature and the wilderness we seek to protect. The full feature will be airing on The Sportsman Channel May and June. You can also find a screening near you.
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At the recent UK tradeshow Jacket Required, Danner previewed their Fall/Winter 2012 collection. The collection is consistent with the brand’s heavy duty quality construction with re-issues of their classics and introducing some new silhouettes. I’m looking forward to their boot/shoe combination styles that features versatility without sacrificing the toughness of Danner’s traditional boot. Also be sure to hit up the site to check out their Spring collection.
I think a post on Danner’s new Patterson boots is terribly fitting for Veterans Day. In 2006, Danner became the supplier of the Marine Crop’s Rugged All Terrain Boot, which gained the reptation of beng the only proven USMC rugged all terrain boot available. A new addition to the Stumptown Collection, the Danner Light Patterson and the Mountain Light Patterson boots are a tribute to the this history. With a limited run of 500 each and $10 of every pair sold being donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, these are definitely boots worth slipping into. Made from nubuck leather, hand-crafted uppers, stable stitchdown platforms, midsoles, and Vibram® outsoles that Danner uses on their military-spec boots, these boots will handle anything you through at them. It doesn’t hurt that when you buy them, you’re honoring the many brave men and women who have fought for this country in a small (but very valuable) way.
Wilderness Workshop threw a fantastic event this Thursday in conjunction with Danner. Complete with pies from Petsi’s, doughnuts from Verna’s, and fresh brewed hottie toddies a la Jason McKenzie. And the company couldn’t have been better with friends including James Fox, Andrew Ray, Jon Gaffney, and new friends Dustin and Jeff Thrope.