Danner Collaborates with Beckel Canvas Products

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Words by Rolan Gregg

Two of Portland’s iconic brands have joined forces to bring us a signature Pacific NW boot just in time for Spring.  Danner and Beckel Canvas have been collaborating on an impressive winter project, the Danner Light Beckel boots.  The boots are a unique merging of Danner’s footwear mastery with the Beckel Canvas craftsmanship usually reserved for their line of tents and canvas bags.

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The new Danner Light Beckel boots are available in three men’s styles and one style for women.  The details include premium leather upper and 10-ounce Beckel Canvas quarter panels, DriLex lining, and a Vibram outsole.  With solid construction and timeless aesthetics, these boots are made in Portland, Oregon home to both Danner and Beckel Canvas.

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Danner will be welcoming these limited edition boots into the lineup with a launch party this Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 6-9 p.m.  If you haven’t been to the new Danner store in the Union Way alley, it’s certainly worth it for a dose of inspiration and connection to handcrafted heritage style done flawlessly.  Plus there will be live music and drinks, for a little extra motivation.

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Danner | 1022 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209

photo source: Danner

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