This boot features OutDry waterproof technology, light cushioning, and a Vibram traction outsole. Read more >
WATER NOT INCLUDED.
A one-piece breathable membrane seals waters out.
Superior cushioning for impact absorption and high energy return.
HOLD TIGHTON ANY TERRAIN.
Advanced traction outsole treads grip every environment.
Next-level outsole traction that grips, protects, and adapts to unpredictable surfaces.
HIKE SUN UP TO SUN DOWN Part of our premium Titanium collection, this serious hiking boot provides protection from Mother Nature's worst.WATERPROOF This boot features a waterproof-breathable membrane directly bonded to the outside of the upper, so your feet stay dry from the outside in.STABLE YET COMFORTABLE A lightweight foam midsole with a Vibram® traction outsole preps you for anything.Features:
- Full grain leather upper, scratch rubber overlays, and metal hardware
- OutDry™ waterproof, breathable construction
- Poured PU midsole compound for long lasting comfort
- TPU shank for torsional stability
- Vibram® XS TREK outsole provides the optimal balance of traction and durability for a responsive ride on unpredictable terrain
- Weight: 25.1 oz / 712g (Size 9, 1/2 pair)
- Style# 1718321
- Upper: Leather
- Midsole: PU
- Outsole: Vibram® XS TREK
Size & Fit
- 1. Fold up at dotted line.
- 2. Place against a wall or other 90 degree surface. Place heel against fold/wall on flat level surface.
- 3. Mark the end of the longest toe with a pen or pencil.
- 4. Measure both feet and use the larger measurement.
- 5. Read measurement and compare to size chart.
- 6. When comparing on the size chart, determine the closest larger measurement and use that number to determine your shoe size for your country’s shoe measurement standard.
Shipping & Returns
|Shipping Method||Rate||Expected Delivery Time|
|Standard||$6.00||5-7 Business Days|
|Expedited||$12.00||3-4 Business Days|
|Rush||$19.00||2-3 Business Days|
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Returns are accepted within 60 days of the purchase date online. Your apparel must be in original and unworn condition, with tags still attached. Footwear returns must also include the original box.
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Men’s Daska Pass™ III Titanium OutDry™ Boot is rated out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by GDP123 from Not waterproof I bought these boots from the Columbia website last Spring. They appeared well made and were advertised as being waterproof. I trusted the Columbia brand so I bought them. They were fine through the dry Spring and Summer months, but when the rains started in the Pacific Northwest I got wet feet. Now I am not fording rivers and streams, I walk in the mornings on sidewalks and paved paths. The most standing water I see are shallow puddles. I have tried sprays and shoe grease and I still get wet feet. Am I doing something wrong? Probably. Am I disappointed with a quality "waterproof" boot? Of course. Sorry, that's just the way it is.
Date published: 2019-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by Switchbacker from Manufacturing defects on both pairs I had I was looking forward to owning the Daska Pass hiking boots, but I was very disappointed and gave up after having to return two pairs of these boots which had the exact same defect. I noticed that the left boot felt different from the right. The defects were not detectable from the outside, but if you reach inside the boot and feel the upper side of the toe box, you can feel that the very sticky boot rubber is overpoured somehow over the boot padding. This causes your sock to stick to this area and cause friction which over a long hike would cause problems over the long haul. This only occurred on the left boot of both pairs I received. Both right boots were perfect and had the proper padding encompassing this area.
Date published: 2018-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Millsy from Daska love SMELL THE LEATHER. yes you can. Trying to find a complaint but I can’t. Checks all the boxes. Comfortable waterproof, look good. Not overly warm. Get the right fit and everything else is a winner. Buy the boot.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by JAVYADID from Excellent quality Excellent comfort, good quality, all day use
Date published: 2018-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kris0621 from One of the greats! This boot has performed 100/100. As a mailman and very avid hiker this boot withstands the elements and offers maximum comfort and is maintained after 8 mile days at work and on the trails. I would highly recommend this product for all your needs.
Date published: 2018-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by HisPhredness from Boot I like everything about it but it runs a bit narrow. Thinner socks helps but plan accordingly.
Date published: 2018-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Abrianna from Hiking boots I bought these for my Fiance, he's usually a size 9 but we exchanged it for the 9 and a half and he absolutely loves them. I bought them for hiking but he loves wearing them for most everything.
Date published: 2017-12-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by StevieWonder from Very High Ankle I have a collection of boots for different purposes and bought this one before having tried it on. The ankle is too high for my liking, but that will absolutely appeal to those looking for maximum support. It's the highest ankle I've seen in a boot. Those with very narrow feet (such as myself) may want to try an aftermarket insole or thicker sock to take up some of the volume. Length is true to size. Construction appears to be solid, and it has a decent toe cap relative to the weight of the boot.
Date published: 2017-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaShopper from Men's Daska Pass™ III Titanium Outdry™ Shoe These boots felt broken in the first time I wore them, which was on a 7 hour hike up and down a peak of 10K + feet. They felt great and were very comfortable. I kept saying to my friend how comfortable they were from beginning to end. Highly recommend them!
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by pchunter from Outdry Hikers These boots are light weight, rugged and very comfortable
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by HikeMike from Decent boot but is really heavy and runs too large This is a decent boot for any one looking for support and industrial strength on hiking trips which include heavy multi-day packs or steep/ slippery inclines. This boot performed well in mud, snow, and of course dry land with excellent traction and support. Unfortunately for me, this boot does run surprisingly large (I almost exclusively wear a size 12 but this boot is easily a size 13) and the leather stretches considerably from initial purchase. Combining the stretch with an extremely heavy boot = unfortunate discomfort and pain on long hiking stretches, especially going downhill. This boot gave me blisters on my toes whereas other have not. Water resistance is above average but this is certainly not a "waterproof boot." Overall, I was a bit disappointed with this boot considering the price. This boot was tested for one week in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Byron from Comfy hiking boots Love these boots. When they wear out I will be buying another pair.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Maestro1 from Good All-Weather Boot They appear to be very good quality. (Time will tell.) I like the fact that the sole is already flexible and you don't have to "walk on a brick" for 2 years to break them in. They have kept me dry in the rain and wet grass. Very comfortable and the laces work like they should.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by lukejensengeo from Best boot I've worn As a disclaimer, I have not worn the Daska Pass III. I purchased the first Daska Pass boot in 2008 and wore them regularly until 2014. I got a set in college to wear hiking and working. Work consisted of 12-14 hour hikes through the woods, criss-crossing central PA Appalachian mountains with a full pack +tools and equipment. The terrain included everything from streams, wetlands, grasslands, hills, mountains, and traversing sandstone talas slopes (What a great job that was). These boots have held up to all of it amazingly well. With the above ankle support and a relatively stiff sole, these boots were designed for hiking under load or for multi day hikes. The high ankle support prevented me from rolling an ankle multiple times by keeping rigid. The foot bed is also more stiff than other hiking boots I have worn. Keeping the stresses off your feet when loaded down and walking for extended periods. Its also very comfortable, this boot feels like home when i put them on. The Viabram sole is impressive and lasts. With all the abuse they have taken, I have not ripped out any chunks , it has not worn down or lost traction. The tacky feel and longevity of Viabram rubber cant be beat, it was a good call on Columbia's part to use Viabram's rubber compound. The metal eyelets for the laces never moved or broke, the shoelaces did snap after a few years though. The water proof leather did last roughly 4-5 years and worked as advertised. Dunking my full boot into water or pausing in 4" running water never soaked through. But eventually what ever they add to the leather to make it waterproof did wear out and now they require reapplications of water proofing. They fit true to size, but did fit a little narrow. After a few times out they seemed to relax a bit and fit me fine. As far as insulation they worked well. If hiking my feet never got cold in the winter, and in the summer they vented very well and kept my feet from sweating. Overall they looked fine after all the abuse and the boot construction itself held up very well (stitching, materials, etc...). In winter of 2014 the only time these boots let me down was when hiking in 3ft of snow. The Viabram tread pulled off the heal of the boot to about mid-foot. None of the tread up to this point had began to peel off. So after I unsuccessfully tried to glue it back on twice, I threw in the towel and got a new pair. Columbia was currently not making any variation. So I tried a competitors pair. I'm not Keen on telling you what brand though. With my regular hiking and work schedule I walked right through this very common pair in 2 years. The tread started peeling off within 3 months, and the stitching blew out in multiple places, and just looked like rags in 2 years. After as a filler I picked up a cheap pair from a big-box large stock store, and they were not worth the gas to buy them. Because Columbia did not offer the Daska Pass III boot 3 months ago, I have another competitors pair of boots to see how Merrellvlous they are. So far so good for 3 months, but if they wear out quickly, be assured I will be buying a pair of Daska's if they are as good as the originals. Maybe 2 pair.
Date published: 2017-01-25
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