Danner South Rim 600 Shoes - Men's

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Explore trails or urban enclaves through the heat of the day in the men's Danner South Rim 600 shoes. Their suede and textile uppers are lined with Air Mesh for comfort in warmer temperatures.


  • Suede leather and abrasion-resistant nylon work together to create super-durable, comfortable uppers
  • Breathable, moisture-wicking Air Mesh lining and ventilation technology offer comfort in hot weather
  • Removable OrthoLite® footbeds are made of open-cell polyurethane for better heat dissipation and air circulation—in addition to excellent cushioning and support
  • Vibram® SPE midsoles enhance rebound, comfort and support with rubberized EVA, which maintains the same cushioning properties as traditional EVA but is more durable
  • Vibram Fuga outsoles feature self-adapting lugs and specially formulated Vibram Megagrip compound for incredible grip on both wet and dry surfaces
  • Last was built to offer enough room for comfort while maintaining a sleek profile
  • Danner notes that the South Rim 600 fits slightly large and recommends sizing down a half size for best fit


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Technical Specs

Best Use


Footwear Height


Footwear Closure



Suede and textile


Breathable mesh


Vibram SPE


TPU Heel Frame


Vibram Megagrip rubber

Weight (Pair)

2 pounds



Size Chart

U.S. Men's66.577.588.599.51010.51111.512131415
EU38 - 393939.5404141 - 42424343 - 4444444546474849

Sizing Notes

This size chart is meant to be a guide only, as Danner styles are built from various lasts that fit each foot differently. Generally, most people size down a half to a full size when buying Danner boots as compared to their shoe size from other major footwear brands.

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