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Lighter and sleeker than traditional foams, UA Micro G® cushioning delivers ultra-responsive, low-to-the-ground performance for better, natural stability and comfort.
I bought these boots right before I left the states and I've been overseas for approx. 6 months now. I mainly walk in these boots. The bottom tread is holding up nicely and the comfort around my arch and ankle are beyond standard but parts of the boots were already failing not 1 month after I started using them. Again, mainly walking around pavement and dirt paths, the fabric in the left boot around the ankle developed a tear after only 1 month and during that time the boot laces became torn up to. I then replaced the boot laces after the 2nd month and it seems that each month I have to replace them. I have even taken up to using 550 cord as boot laces. It has appeared that the eyelets the laces pass through grind and fray the boot laces into obliteration. I am not the only one with this complaint as many other soldiers who bought the same boot I did at the time I bought mine also have experienced the same of similar issues. I expected much more out of these boots. Yes they are light and comfortable but they are NOT DURABLE! As a deployed soldier, I rely on my boots to keep me going throughout my day because we live on our feet. I hope the right people see this review and make the changes necessary to allow this boot to succeed.
Recommendations for changes:
Better Boot laces
Improve design for eyelets and lacing
Great boot all around. Comfortable and good in the rain. The two gripes I have is it's kinda difficult to put them on due to the tongue flap being attached all the way at the opening. Second is the shoe laces. A month in and the laces are starting to frat through. That's pretty disappointing and I doubt they'll last more than two months at this rate.
I have been wearing these boots for a few days now, first thought when I picked up a boot was man these are light. these boots are comfortable, but the insoles aren't very good. the one thing I cant wrap my head around is why the tongue of the boot is sewn all the way to the top with no extra fabric, makes it difficult to get the boot on if you have thicker socks on. over all I'm impressed with the boots and the cost was reasonable, some small changes would nice (thicker insoles and extra fabric in the tongue, or not sewn all the way to the top)
I've had these boots for about 2 months now, and they've preformed very well.
Customer service was excellent, and assisted me with returning my original boots that were a size too large.
Working in Florida I purchased these shoes for their advertised breathability and water resistance. The boots were very breathable and while they aren't waterproof by any stretch they did keep my feet dry in light rain and wet grass.
My chief complaint is they are not durable at all. Within 3 months of wearing them the inner heel lining started to fall apart and the treads were very much worn. Also during that first 3 months the shoelace outer lining got stripped off forcing me to go buy new shoelaces for the boots.
For the price of these boots I would expect more durability than what I got. This wasn't my first pair of UnderArmour boots but it is likely my last pair of Jungle Rats I will spend my money on.
as said in the previous reviews, laces suck, bought a little big but I didn't have to break them in at all, I really love the way they grab onto the back of the heel. Great for ruck marches!
I bought these boots about 5 months ago and since then have put them through all kinds of training. All in all they have stood up well to the rigors of Ft.Benning Georgia. Very light requiring almost no break in, boots have lots of cushion making them fantastic for ruck marching, my favorite feature had to be how quickly these boots dried out after getting wet, no more than a new pair of socks and hour and they are dry. I will be taking them through Ranger school in a couple weeks and i will be interested to see how long they last. My only issue with these boots was the fact that the eyelets which the laces go through seem to fray the laces very quickly, I have since gone through about 2 pairs of laces. All in all I would recommend these to anyone training in a hot and wet climate.
These are by far the most comfortable boots I've ever worn. Super light weight and very well cushioned. No break in time and feel great after working 8-10 hours on my feet. True to size and fit perfect.
The boot overall is a great boot. When i got the boots the laces already looked worn and sure enough after about a months use out of them the laces are starting to fray.
If you're in EMS, DO NOT get these boot. They remind me of a pair of youth combat boots you get from an Army Surplus store.
I found them loose around the heel, and really tight around the front of your foot. I couldn't even deal with them for the full 24. Had to switch back into my old boots.
To add insult to injury, these boots seemed to pull my bottoms of my pant legs under the heels of my boots. First time ever, I had to spend every few seconds of my first 12 hours pulling up my pant legs above the bottoms of my boots.
I need to return these, so called boots...and am not sure I'll ever buy from Under Armour again.
It's a shame that I could have bought a cheap pair of Walmart boots and they would have out performed a pair of Under Armour boots