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Women's Roughhouse Mountain 7" Brown

|  Style 37468

The name says it all, as we developed the Roughouse Mountain to provide rugged protection while still being mindful about added boot weight.


Taking a combination of nubuck and full-grain leather, a reinforced toe box, an abrasion resistant toe and heel cap, a rubber heel counter for locking your heel in place, gaiter loops, a cushioning PU footbed, a shock absorbing PU midsole and Danner’s lightweight yet extremely stable TFX®2 platform, the Roughouse Mountain is ready to tackle the roughest backpacking conditions.

Boot Features

  • Durable, waterproof nubuck and suede leather upper
  • Reinforced toe box
  • Abrasion resistant toe and heel cap
  • Molded rubber heel counter for heel lock
  • Gaiter clip for protection against the snow
  • 100% waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® lining
  • Cushioning polyurethane footbed
  • Lightweight and stable performance of Danner's TERRA FORCE® X2 platform
  • Danner® Defiance outsole for traction over rugged terrain
  • Imported
  • Nylon shank
  • 48 oz
  • 7" height


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DannerRoughhouse Mountain GTX Womens Hiking Boots

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Not durable at all

By Trail Worker

from Montana

Verified Reviewer


  • Waterproof


  • Flimsy Lace Hooks
  • Not durable
  • uncomfortable

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    Comments about Danner Roughhouse Mountain GTX Womens Hiking Boots:

    After much boot research online, I bought these boots for a season of hiking and trail work in Montana last year, so I wore them every day for about six months. I would expect any boot to lose its magic during so much use, but I was shocked by how quickly these started breaking down. During the first week of use, a lace hook snapped off. By the end of the season, three lace hooks had snapped off and the seams were tearing. (I know I wasn't tying them wrong; I got a specialist to show me how to lace them up.) There was no "breaking them in," they were extremely uncomfortable even after I bought new insoles that fit my feet perfectly. These are bad quality boots that do not reflect their price at all.

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