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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.
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
I like how light these boots are. Plus, they aren't hard to move around in unlike my timberlands. trust me you won't regret it!
Out the box they were very comfortable. I work for UPS and I walk about 10 miles a day around our facility (no exaggeration). I've had them since March and not one seam has torn and the strings are in great condition. Of course the tread has worn down, but I'm 210 pounds walking 50 miles a week on them. As soon as my UA Infil Ops Gore Tex arrive tomorrow, I will be decommissioning these. Thanks Jungle Rat for the faithful service
Absolutely loved these boots at first but in less than a month with light/moderate use the right boot developed a one inch tear long the toe cup. They are extremely comfortable with great ventilation and light weight. However, although they look rugged they just don't hold up. Like another review said not suitable for military use.
I have been in Law Enforcement for over 23 years and on the street or in the court room and this boot is by far the best feeling pair I have ever had in all my life it's crazy. Danner boots are good but they are boat anchors compared to these and no breaking in time required just put them on and you almost takeoff running they are so light on your feet. It has been a year almost and I am looking to buy a second pair just in case.
These boots are way above par compared to regular military hot weather "jungle" boots. I have worn these every 12 hour shift for about three months in a jail and my feet haven't hurt once. The boots are extremely light weight and breathable. A special plus is if you drag your feet across the floor they make a loud squeak, which can be fun. I have not had an issue with stinky feet when removing them after my shift.