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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 didn’t pay real close attention to the title, so I was surprised when the majority of this boot feels just like the original jungle boot I wore with BDUs. The sole seems a lot better though. They are still getting broken in but I think they will be really good after some wear. The sole is rigid but flexible. Overall boot has good support but comfort also. I think the color is just a little off from other coyote brown boots. I think still acceptable for Air Force regulations though.
Hubs is an LEO this is the second pair of Jungle Rats boots we have purchased. First pair lasted 2 years wearing 5 out of 7 days a week for 8-12 hrs a day. Would not purchase any boot but this one. Great quality.
I work in Corrections. Been wearing this style boot for years. I always use 550 cord for the boot laces, it seems to work the best. Really no break in timeline as I use boot polish to soften the leather right away. No issues at all for me..
I bought these boots in AIT because my Oakley's have been through the wringer. Here's what I found out with these:
The design is excellent. I love the way they look and feel. However, I did notice that the height is just slightly shorter than the standard issue boots, but you really can't notice unless you're looking for it. These boots are the reason I started using blousing straps, because the way the ankle section of the boot is, you can't really just throw it on. You have to pull the laces really loose in order to get the boot on, and that can affect the comfort of the boot if you're the type who prefers to tuck your pants into your boots. Another thing that I see is a common complaint with these boots is that the laces fray very easily. It seems like the material the laces are made out of seem to be really weak, so that they fray a lot easier. The angles that the laces are at when they are pulled tight (like they should be) seems to be very sharp, so that is another reason that they fray. My suggestion to UA is to make the boots just a little bit taller (if I remember AR 670-1, the boots can be between 8-10 inches tall) so that the laces are at less of an angle when they are tightened. Also, another thing that I noticed is that it's very difficult to tuck the laces in when they are tightened around the ankle. One of the biggest issues that I have is that the left insole on my pair seems to cut a little higher up on the boot than the other one (it even covers one of the vent holes). When I went on my FTX, I used these to ruck march (our rucks were about 55 lbs) to see if they lived up to their expectations. Let me tell you, my left foot was in so much pain by the end of it I had to switch to my Oakley's. The insole is very rigid, so it's not like I can just bend the insole and try to make it work. That is my only complaint with it. UA, if you're reading this, make the insoles softer so that they conform to the foot easier. Not everyone's feet are the same, so the best thing to do is to make an insole that is softer (maybe take the plastic out of the inside of the insole so that the boot conforms better). Other than this, these boots are great, and I can see myself getting a lot more use out of them.
I have worn these boots for two years in active duty as an instructor in the armed forces.
Before buying these boots my feet were used to the more "thick" and solid boots. But me feet kept getting wet all the time cause the lack of air passing threw. So i tried these. And i can never go back.
I have worn the boots in all type of terrain and wheather. All from +35 to -10 with snow. Ofcourse they dont excell in the snow but have lived threw a few days on the shooting range with them.
In the summer, thats were they really shine! You can feel the wind pass threw them and it's an amazing feeling in the 30+ summer times.
As an instructor, it is the perfect boot to have! They have made it threw a lot of combat drills along the way aswell! So it's an amazing boot.
My only tip for anyone looking for a new summerboot is maybe think twice if you're a grunt! (Soldier). They are not meant to hold for 2 years in hard drills. They will in that case get pretty worn fast. But for an active member of any armed force, a perfect everyday boot. And...a few hard drills along the way!
Takes about 2 days ro break in. After that the shoe is amazing. This is my second pair in 3 years and I will never buy another boot but this one.
Porfavor los militares españoles os suplicamos que las volvais a traer en color coyote porfavor! Sin unas botas increible para el sur de españa
Purchased for hiking ... No time to break in , slipped them on and hiked for 9 hrs ... great boots .. Great traction, like wearing sneakers on steroids
I absolutely loved the look and utility of these boots. They’re super light weight, extremely breathable and water resistant. Unfortunately my feet sat too high up in them and it resulted in an extremely uncomfortable heel. I actually removed the insert in the boot and my feet sat almost perfect then, but without the insert it just wasn’t worth to keep them. I own two other pairs of UA Boots and love them but I would caution anyone to first try them on at a dicks sporting goods or similar store as they vary in size. I wear a size 10 in the fat tires a size 9.5 in the spec ops field and then a 9 in the ascents.
I’ve had these boots for about 2 months now. Overall I am almost satisfied with the comfort and weight of the product but the “coyote brown” color seems a little off compared to everyone else wearing coyote brown boots. They are more of a reddish tan? Everyone else agrees and I almost feel out of regulation when wearing them. The ankle support is great but the foot slides around in the foot bed. Not impressed