Posted by Andrew Sturtz // May 25, 2018

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Danner Bull Runs: From Garage to Stage


For someone who hadn’t really hiked a lot but needed a boot for upcoming hikes, I turned my attention to Danner for a solid hiking boot After a solid year or two of using the Mountain 600 boots, I found myself in love with how comfortable Danner could make my feet feel in the most grueling of circumstances.

After such a positive experience, I figured I’d delve into a different, unfamiliar category and try their workwear line. I had seen that Danner’s Bull Run boots had received high praise from woodworkers and construction workers to those who were just looking for a solid day-to-day shoe. After breaking them in for a week or so, I started to see why the boots were getting such amazing reviews. I went from standing all day organizing the garage (while losing track of time) and quickly having to transition into my clothing for a show that I would be standing at for the rest of the evening. My feet felt amazing the entire time and even got a bunch of compliments for its’ rustic look.

Whether you’re looking for function or style, you can’t go wrong with these.

Andrew Sturtz
About the Author

Andrew Sturtz

New to the public relations industry, Andrew joined the Hayter Comm team with quite the diverse background. Most recently coming from the health insurance industry, Andrew brings two years of sales experience from the Flexible Benefit Service Corporation of Rosemont, IL. Before moving to Chicago and finally settling in Boulder, he primarily worked as an independent musician for 13+ years in his home state of Michigan. Andrew was raised in rugged Northern Michigan and is excited to put his love of the outdoors and strong work ethic to test at Hayter Comm. Currently, outside of his time pitching and tracking, he is also working on a feature film documentary with Filament Productions as an archivist in Golden, Colorado. Andrew majored in Sociology and Religion at Western Michigan University.