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well after 12 years I am going to replace my Danner ospreys. I just ordered a pair of Danner Santiam's to take their place. They seem almost like my Ospreys and are also made in the good old USA. Anyone else us them?
 

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I like my Danner pronghorn's, own 3 pair, a non insulated, 400 gram and a 1000 gram, they're lite and keep my feet warm and dry, which at my age is the bottom line. I know there made in China, but it's getting hard to find many things today that's not made in a foreign country, especially clothing. I can remember a time when anything that was foreign made was considered junk, not anymore. Heck even if it's made the the good old USA chances are the company is owned by a foreign organization.
 

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Hard to find anything that aint made in China anymore. Much of our technology has now been transferred there so some decent quality is coming while we are here flippin burgers!!
 

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Swift said:
USA made Danners, good to go.
Worst pair of boots I ever owned were an un-insulated pair of Danners that were made in the USA.

Hurt my feet and spaghetti strainer would have been more waterproof.
 

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John S said:
Browning light weights are very comfortable boots, however you get wet feet in a heavy dew.
I owned one pair of Browning boots about 15 years ago. They felt good on but they leaked and my feet were always wet. They lasted less then a season before they hit the dumpster.
 
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