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So I always wear 8" boots with my uniform as I wear an ankle holster. Went from a 5.11 boot to an Under Armour and really liked the change. This time I tried the Under Armour Jungle Boot.
Wasn't sure about loosing the side zip, but it has been fine. This Jungle Boot is so light it makes up for a lot just in loosing the weight. The sole has a very nice grip .... in fact that is the only reason I was replacing my other pair of UA boots (sole was wore out / no grip left).
I have worn the Jungle Boots for about two weeks now and the fit keeps getting better.
These boots take a nice polish and hold it well. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
These boots work as advertised. I hadn't expienced any problems with laces. Fit great, The only thing that I found annoying was the tongue was sewn to the boot to the top so you have to unlace the whole boot to get your foot in and out. Also, I would have liked to have seen speed laces eyelets for the top part of the boot. Aside for this minor issues, an awesome pair of boots! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
5 Months in and they seem to wear as good as any of the other tennis shoe style boots. Not as rugged as the Bellvilles or other Issue boots but far more comfortable. My biggest complaint so far would be the boot laces. The white core is showing through on most of the strings. For the price compared to the competition I will be buying another pair when these finally wear out. Coyote Brown seems to match pretty well with OCP uniform.
Owned for one year. After 2 months using twice a week the laces fell apart. There a little narrow, but comfortable. Front toe started separating after a few weeks but has stopped any further separation after 7 months. I'm still wearing them, but I just made them my everyday boot two months ago.
I've had these boots for about a month and the laces have held up. The ankle park of the boots is really loud though and it is hard to keep them quiet during certain activities. I've tried moving them and bending them to possibly stop the noise but so far nothing.
Been using these for my backpacking trips. Favorite boot so far, made a mistake though by not catching that the left boot was a touch too big. Now that they are both broken in the right one is perfect but I get some slide on the left. So make sure they are snug when you get them. Only complaint is the ankle not staying tight but I haven't noticed it actually affect my hiking. Fell in a lake once and they dried in about an hour by the fire in 35 degree weather.
These boots make a great "Garrison Boot". They are light weight, comfortable (not extremely) and look good however, the laces are extremely low quality. I bought these boots in October and after 2 months the laces broke. Listen up UA, my recommendation and my personal fix was buying a pair of 72" Vanguard Boot Laces OCP for $1.35 at my local Clothing Sales.
As other military customers said, we need products that are reliable and durable. I'm a UA customer and own many of your great products, PLEASE listen to the feedback of your military customers. Fix the eyelet and bootlaces issue ASAP and you will have a great product. I went from Nike SFB to this boot because of the construction of the boot and my main problem are the laces. I have been wearing combat boots for over 18 years and the UA Jungle Rat boot is in the top 3 boots I've worn.
So these Jungle Boots are next level wear. If you want ordinary these are not for you as these Jungle Boots are #MONEY. I wear my Jungle Boots with Joggers, Extra Long Shorts, Baseline Shorts, Jeans, etc. In the gym they take me to another level within my AlterEgo, "I can't be stopped" I'm in animal training and at 6'3 230 I wear them squatting, benching, etc. The feel of these Jungle Boots are incredible and with the height of these my socks accentuate these taking my swagger to another level.
These Jungle Boots are so #Bad@$$ they are #INCREDIBLE. The jet black color is #AMAZING, the shape of these are #OUTSTANDING and the look and feel and comfortability is absolutely #REMARKABLE.
There is no better boot that appears of a military resemblance than these. These Jungle Boots are #BAD2DABONE, I seriously recommend that you get a pair as they are reliable, study, tough, durable, and well crafted exceeding my expectations beyond belief. I wish I had 10 pair in size 11.5
#THERESONLYUA, #UA4LIFE, #GOUA, #IWILL, #PROTECTTHISHOUSE, #HARDWORKWORK, #BETHEBEST
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.