The Danish Tumbler is an elegant, slender and rather strong pigeon with a highly carried, full breast. The form of the head has a regular evenly curved line, the forehead is long and filled. The beak is long, cone shaped and has a bright, lightly rose-pink colour. The eyes lie in the middle of the head, are large, bright and vivacious with a milky white iris and a small circular pupil. The eye rims are narrow and lively red. The neck is long with a well undercut throat, the breast relatively broad. The back is suitable broad-shouldered and in parade position sloping downwards, wings tight fitted and the tail shall be narrow and short.
The legs are relatively long and slightly bent in the heel.