Men's UA Infil GORE-TEX® Boots

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Mens UA Infil GORE-TEX® Boots
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Product DNA

The durability and function of a tactical boot plus UA’s signature athletic innovations to boost comfort and performance.
  • Breathable GORE-TEX® membrane is 100% waterproof but still allows sweat to escape so you stay dry
  • Auxetic form-fitting material covers the forefoot
  • TPU toe cap & added external heel support
  • Scratch-resistant rubber heel overlay for added durability
  • Carbon fibre internal shank plate for added stability
  • Rugged, high-traction rubber lug outsole engineered for better grip through harsh terrain
  • Desert Sand colour way (290) features exclusive A-Tacs® camo pattern
  • Height: 18cm
  • Weight: 480g.
  • Imported


This is what makes our gear work harder — and smarter — than anything else out there.


When the sun’s blazing, ordinary fabrics heat up quick, meaning you sweat harder, fatigue faster & lose focus.

Review Summary

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Too small

Nice boot. But... If you gonna get them Get them bigger. One more size. My regular size is 8 and I got 8.5. After using them for 2 days start feeling ankle pain. I returned for exchange. Size 9. H

Patrol work

Purchased this boot for patrol work. I couldn't be more satisfied. Can't vouch for their off road durablitly but they're very comfortable for 12 hour shifts of street work. Yes, they are a bit snug but thinner socks and different lacing style almost solves the snugness issue. The main reason for this review is these boots just kept my feet dry through the rain that is sweeping through north Texas. If your on the fence about buying these just get a half size larger than normal.

Awesome boots

Real comfy. I've got slender feet. They are a bit tight but just loosen the lace. Worn with black UA socks and kept my feet pretty dry...and i have bad sweaty feet. I DO have small feet but these gut perfect. Very good looking design too.

Very Tight Fit

Purchased a size 13. Immediately out of the box it looked like a size 11-12. Tried the boot on and the fit both in width and length is way too small. If you buy this boot, buy one size up. Furthermore, the width of the shoe is really narrow and tight. The width is so tight, you don't even need laces. There is no slack in the laces to tighten. Aesthetically the boot looks awesome, but I wish it fit like any other boot. I have and wear the discontinued UA GTX tactical mid boot and I LOVE IT. Too bad UA discontinued this great boot. If a UA rep reads this post, bring that boot back !!! Definitely returning this product.

Another Great Boot

3 out of 4 of my last Under Armour shoe purchases have been winners. These are the top of the list. I got these last week, and got to really try them out yesterday. They are the best performing boot I've ever tried. Lightweight, but very supportive. I do a combination of mountain biking and hiking (I end up in places in the woods I can't ride through), and yesterday was in the woods for 4 hours, up and down hills, over loose, rocky terrain. These boots stood up to everything I was doing, and remained comfortable in spite of still getting broken in. The one terrain feature I had a problem with was crossing a stream; the mossy rocks were as slippery as ever. The one aspect of the boots that I would warn about is slightly aggressive arch support; I have nearly totally flat feet. The right method of lacing stopped this being a problem. One of the features that deserves special praise is the ankle dip, the place where the upper dips down in back. It goes just far enough to prevent pressure on the Achilles, while allowing the rest of the upper be fully supportive. I had actually wanted this feature in the Speedfit hikers, and was thrilled when I saw the Infil for the first time. They also have room for extra insoles/orthotics, something I require on the right. No comfort or support issues because of them. Now I'll see how long they last.

This product has great all day comfort and performance

I typically wear a 9 in UA shoes but based on the 2 reviews I read, I decided to go up a full size and ordered a 10. The length was spot on, leaving me enough room to avoid downhill toe bang. I have a C width and the snug fit I felt when I first put it on, I could tell was the foam package inside that gave it added comfort but I knew it would likely pack out over time. After 4 days of everyday wear the forefoot loosened up nicely and the upper is nice and supportive; allowing me to tighten it when I need extra upper support or back it off for more casual wear. I haven't submerged the boot but the GoreTex has kept my feet dry through creeks and wet grass. Usually with waterproof boots they do get a little warm and this is no exception so I hope UA comes out with a non waterproof version I can wear through the summer. So far an excellent boot that has shown a lot of versatility on various terrain. Performed well at the range then on my scouting and early season hunt it gave me the comfort and light wt feeling of a mid trail hiker that I could even run in but it also gave me the ability to dial in the support for the sidehill single track.

beautiful lightweight boot but who will this fit?

was very excited to receive this boot -- new so i couldn't find to try on in a local retailer. I have the most generic 9.5 D foot that you'll find. cut is way too narrow and i can barely get my foot in the boot without a sock, much less with even the thinnest of socks. I actually did a double take to check if i had ordered a woman's size. I really, really wanted this boot to work for me. too bad you have to pay return shipping to send them back. seem like there should be an exception for issues with fit that are this significant. I love Under Armour gear and owns lots of it, but expect this product to find customer challenges out in the marketplace. the cut is way too small, and way too narrow.

A review to follow after a few months.... but so far....

So far so good. It's got firm support and looks sturdy out of the box. I like the toe cap as my foot has been jammed a few times already. It's like a sneaker but the shoe however might run a little narrow for some. It needs a little break in time I guess (its only been 2 weeks). I used to (and still do) wear the UA Valsetz. The Valsetz on a size 10 (regular width) fits perfect width wise, the Infil runs a little narrow but I can do with it. The Vasetz has more cushioning while this is firmer on the footbed and on lateral movements. Hope this helps. If UA makes Infil in a wide I'd get the 10 wide, until then, I cannot wait for this to break in soon enough.