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When the sun’s blazing, ordinary fabrics heat up quick, meaning you sweat harder, fatigue faster & lose focus.
As most reviews seem to mention these boots run VERY small in sizing. For example I'm a UK 10.5 in most other brands of shoe and size UK 12 in these seem to be the best fit.
Other than the sizing issue they are extremely comfortable. I wear them for about 60-70 hours a week as a patrol boot and they are very nice, like a training shoe. The padding is great. They don't run quite as high up the leg as most patrol boots and rest around the ankle area, but this doesn't bother me.
Sole seems to be made of a decent material and seems quite sturdy.
The boot is well described by UA. I did not find any flaws with the materials. The boot is comfortable and snug. The pull up strap in the back of the boot is definitely a nice feature. The materials inside the boot are way above average and makes it comfortable to walk. Sole has excellent grip. No eyelets except for the two at the top-I like this better. Very low-profile seams inside the boot, NICE. I don't like to see pressure markings on my feet after a long walk. Height is perfect. Excellent bridge and heel support.
The innersole seems average. I may replace it with a high-impact innersole for added comfort. The shoelace seems too short and thin. I prefer longer and thicker shoelaces. It is much easier to tie them if you are wearing cold weather or tactical gloves. You MUST order 1 to 1 ½ sizes larger depending on type and thickness of sock. The boots run small and a bit narrow. I ordered a size larger. They fit perfectly.
I specifically bought these boots for an upcoming trip to Europe. I will write a follow-up review in a few weeks once I get to test them in cold weather (3 countries).
So far, I very much like the boots because of the comfort, features and construction. I highly recommend these boots.
Sizes run small so order a size up. These boots are awesome. Your feet will stay warm and dry no matter what you put them through. I've worn them in negative 15 degree temperatures while trudging through 18 inches of snow for over 4 hours and my feet have never been more comfortable. Lightweight and durable!
Working one night with my trusted Valsetzs and hit a pretty big puddle = wet feet rest of the night and decided then to invest in some waterproof boots. I did not listen to the reviews and ordered my size (true 13). Guess what, they were too small. UA, per usual, made the exchange pain free and sent me a 14. I have been wearing them for the past month and they are great! Fit like a glove with more support than new Valsetz and appear to be holding up well.
Nice boot, I ordered a size 11 and my toes were curling, could hardly get them on. I decided to get two size bigger and got a 12 (probably could've got an 11.5) and they fit much better. Gortex is a must and all tactical boots should have them. Very lightweight and breathable.
I received the Infils a week before our big pheasant hunt in Pukwana SD.
Spent that time getting used to these lightweight hikers and it was love at first step!
They have a custom, sock-like fit, with zero break-in required.
It was warm and dry in South Dakota, but there was a lot of corn still in the fields, requiring us to walk every square mile of tough bramble/fireweed/sorghum we could find to scare up birds. After a week of "marathons", the pay-off was good and my feet were unscathed! The shoes took on the the thick underbrush, branches and rocks with very little wear to show for the abuse and the fit is as good as when they came out of the box.
* Fit - Secure heel, snug instep, open toe box
* Function - Great traction in a variety of terrain, zero ankle roll, waterproof to top of tongue gusset (as advertised) but very breathable
* Form - great looks! Getting a second, black pair to wear around town this winter
* Sizing is off by about a half size, plus-up accordingly
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.
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.