The Danner Full Curl 400G is a premium hunting boot designed for serious outdoor enthusiasts and hunters who demand both performance and comfort in challenging conditions. In this review, we’ll explore the specifications and features of the Danner Full Curl 400G.
Upper: Abrasion-resistant nubuck leather and 900D nylon
Insulation: 400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra insulation
Lining: Gore-Tex waterproof breathable lining
2. Weight: Approximately 72 oz per pair (2041 grams)
- Waterproofing: Gore-Tex membrane for exceptional waterproofing and breathability
Style: Hunting boot
Protection: Abrasion-resistant toe and heel cap for durability
Lacing System: Traditional lacing system with open hooks
Outsole: Danner Talon outsole with a multi-directional lug pattern
5. Fit and Comfort:
The Danner Full Curl 400G is designed to provide a comfortable and secure fit. It has a full-grain leather upper combined with 900D nylon for flexibility and strength. The Gore-Tex lining offers waterproofing while allowing moisture to escape, keeping your feet dry and comfortable.
With 400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra insulation, these boots provide warmth without adding excessive weight, making them suitable for cold-weather hunting.
The Full Curl 400G is designed for hunting in a variety of terrains and weather conditions. The nubuck leather and nylon upper is not only durable but also helps reduce weight, ensuring you stay agile and comfortable during long treks. The Gore-Tex lining guarantees your feet remain dry even in wet conditions, while the insulation offers warmth in cold environments.
The Danner Talon outsole is known for its excellent traction and stability. Its multi-directional lug pattern provides a firm grip on various surfaces, from rocky terrain to muddy paths. This traction is essential for maintaining balance and stability, especially during challenging hunting expeditions.
The Full Curl 400G is built to last. The abrasion-resistant toe and heel cap offer additional protection, ensuring the boots withstand the rigors of the great outdoors and frequent use.
While not the lightest hunting boots on the market, the Full Curl 400G strikes a balance between durability and weight. They are manageable for extended hikes and hunts.
The Danner Full Curl 400G is a well-crafted and reliable hunting boot designed to meet the demands of outdoor enthusiasts and hunters. Its combination of nubuck leather and nylon ensures durability while reducing overall weight, making it a practical choice for those who venture into rugged terrains.
The 400 grams of Thinsulate Ultra insulation offers warmth without compromising comfort, and the Gore-Tex lining ensures your feet remain dry even in wet and challenging conditions. The Danner Talon outsole provides excellent traction and stability, essential for maintaining control on uneven terrain.
Durability is a key aspect of the Full Curl 400G. The abrasion-resistant toe and heel cap protect against scuffs and scrapes, ensuring that these boots are built to withstand frequent use.
Danner Full Curl 400G Review
When your stalk takes you to rocky high elevations, Danner’s Full Curl hunting boot carries you with confidence. Gore-Tex delivers the moisture protection and breathability you need for peak performance while the Dynamic Response System delivers superb stability and the Pebax framework adds springboard return for a more smooth, less clunky stride. This means agility. 400g Thinsulate insulation helps take the bite out of a frosty hunt.
These are nice boots for the money and held up very well on several long forays through the mountains of Kodiak Island hunting mountain goats. I put approximately 24 miles on this pair over the course of several long pack in hunts. They provided good ankle support and stability, and although the foot bed is a little stiff (as required), they were very comfortable. I wore them on several 4 to 5 mile hikes to break them in a little before hunting and despite a relatively short break in period, I had no issues with blistering or serious discomfort on my hunts.
They are warm and might be a little too warm in temps over 50 F. The only reason I did not give them a 5 star rating is because I would like to see a more radical tread in the toe area for better gripping inclines and wet grass. Still they worked quite well and held up under the rigors of goat hunting in a harsh wet environment. I would not necessarily recommend them for super long distance mountain treks as I think if you are planning that type of activity you should probably go with a high end mountaineering boot.