The Grouse Bottomland Boot

These Rugged Boots Will Stand up to Fall’s Worst

August 26, 2019 Style By

Washington heritage outfitter Filson and Oregon-based bootmaker Danner teamed up to produce the ultimate fall boots. The Grouse Bottomland boots are lined with Gore-Tex and feature oil Tin Cloth with Mossy Oak Bottomland camouflage.

The hunting boot silhouette utilizes stitch-down welted construction (read: durable and rebuildable) and has a shock-absorbing Vibram Olympia sole. The upper has full-grain leather and a lace-up closure — five eyelets and four speed hooks — and a traditional leather kiltie normally found on hard-wearing logging boots.

Available in sizes 7 to 13, it fits true to size and costs $395. So before the fall weather hits, pick up a pair of these rugged boots from two of the Northwest’s most iconic brands — they’ll last you for years to come.

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John Zientek is Gear Patrol's style editor and in-house guitar authority. He grew up on the West Coast.

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