Browning Footwear Announces Women's Delano Footwear Line

posted on May 31, 2017

Browning Footwear returned in the form of the Buck Shadow boot earlier this year with an official announcement at SHOT Show 2017, and moved into the lifestyle market in the months that followed. For Summer 2017, the brand is expanding once again—this time in the form of the new Delano line for women.

The Delano uses a rubber outsole for improved slip resistance and durability. To enhance comfort, the Delano is constructed with a compression molded EVA footbed with arch support and EVA midsole for cushioning. 
The rubber toe cap and heel overlay help protect the shoe from rocks and brush when walking. The split suede underlay and mudguard add style and durability to the Delano. A mesh upper adds breathability.

The Delano Trail Shoe will be available in three color styles: Pavement/Blue Radiance, Cub/Radiant Orchid and Potting Soil/Mint. Sizes range from 6-11, with half sizes from 7.5 to 9.5.

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