Boylston Trading Co. has unveil it’s collaboration with iconic boot manufacturer Danner as part of the continued celebration of the online boutique’s one-year anniversary.

Dubbed the Danner Mountain Light II “Back Bay” in honor of the Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood Boylston Trading Co. was established in, the hiker boot silhouette is constructed of premium leather throughout with ostrich leather detail at the heel and tongue, plus a “peanut butter” brown lining on the Danner signature Vibram sole. Red laces add pop to a boot that will already receive it’s fair share of second and third looks by passers-by.

Limited to just 40 total pairs, the Danner Mountain Light II “Back Bay” boots are available only at

Check out their Danner look book and feature featuring an essay from Crooked Tongue's resident know-it-all, and my friend, Gary Warnett, right here.

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