You can now buy James Bond's boots from No Time to Die

Quantum of Shoelace? These boots are No Time to Die for…

James Bond Danner boots
(Image credit: Danner)

James Bond is back for No Time to Die and when the world’s favourite secret agent required high-performance military boots for his latest mission – there was only one brand good enough for him – Danner. 

Danner created a highly anticipated '007 Tanicus' – an all-black version of the legendary Tanicus boot. It's now available for mere-mortals for the first time.

Danner actually has a rich history providing lightweight tactical footwear for the armed forces, so you know Bond's new boots are mission ready.

They're built from the same rough-out leather and rugged nylon that Danner uses for its military boots,

It features an added layer of cushioning in the midsole and a dampening heel cup, with a polyurethane footbed to ensure that comfortability won't break down over time. 

The breathable, moisture-wicking mesh liner keeps you cool in hot climates and the outsole's pentagonal lug pattern gives you stability in diverse terrain.

James Bond Danner boots

(Image credit: Danner)

The boots are 100-percent waterproof, with a barrier that allows moisture to escape without letting water in, keeping your feet dry and comfortable all day long.

That also features a 'Lace Garage', which prevents loose laces from snagging or dragging. This is found at the top of the boot's tongue, and is essentially a fabric pocket designed to tuck your lace ends into.

To celebrate the James Bond special-edition collector’s boot, the 007 Tanicus comes packaged in a custom all-black Danner box with the No Time To Die logo.

To accommodate more people, Danner made this boot in extended sizes, and are recommending women select 1.5 to 2 full sizes down for correct fit.

If you suspect your purchase isn’t up to James Bond's unrelenting standards or is defective in any way, Danner offers a 365-day warranty.

The boots are available to buy now from Danner's website and are priced at £170.

If you missed the limited edition model, then you can buy the standard version for £150.

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Spencer Hart
Spencer Hart

As the Style and Travel Editor at T3, Spencer covers everything from clothes to cars and watches to hotels. Everything that's cool, stylish, and interesting, basically. He's been a part of T3 for over six years, and in that time covered every industry event known to man, from CES and MWC to the Geneva Motorshow and Baselworld. When he's not decorating his new home, he can be found messing around on an electric scooter, playing with luxury watches, or making sure his Instagram account looks perfect.