Danner's Rambler Boots are Ideal for Impromptu Winter Jaunts

Dressed in a rich “Cathay Spice” colorway.

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Following collaborations with the likes of Snow Peak and JJJJound, American footwear label Danner returns to its inline collection by dropping a pair of winter-ready North Fork Rambler Boots.

Designed with both style and function in mind, these durable boots are as perfect for impromptu winter jaunts as they are for more formal occasions, thanks to their full-grain leather build and hand-stitched craft.

Equipped with a padded moisture-wicking liner and removable Ortholite footbed, each boot is completed with heavy-duty metal eyelets, subtle branding on both the tongue and heel and a Vibram midsole.

Arriving in a “Cathay Spice” colorway, Danner’s North Fork Rambler Boots are available to buy now from the Aphrodite webstore, retailing at £179 (approximately $240 USD).

In other footwear news, BEAMS and Salomon have reunited for an après-hike RX Slide 3.0.

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