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I had high expectations , but they are very poor quality and the traction is non existent. Even a little bit of water or snow and your down . I fell and broke my rear. Don't waste your money.
These are one of the most comfortable pair of boots I’ve owned, I’m on my feet all day for work, 9 hours a day, zero issues with comfort and fitting. The bad, as I’ve read in other reviews, quality of durability. About 4 months in the sides near your toes have torn and the sole started to separate. Six months now and am unable to wear. For the amount of money spent I feel they should have lasted longer as other boots I have owned. Great boots for extremely light use, not practical for everyday use unfortunately.
very satisfied at the beginning but I was very quickly disappointed because the cords broke very quickly and it the boot breaks really quickly for normal use.
for the price I don't recommend Valsetz RTS 1.5 Wide 4E Tactical Boots
I owned the "older" version of this boot and this new one feels drastically more rigid(in some areas downright uncomfortable) than it's predecessor. The update lacks the sneaker-like comfort of the original and is unmistakably more narrow in the toe area, despite its 4E classification.
Most of the features that drew me to this item have been done away with. I'm certain that the reasons for such changes were more pertinent to a boardroom filled with individuals who do NOT genuinely understand the circumstances and rigors that an individual who wears tactical boots experiences on long hours of their daily duties.
I hoped to continue with Under Armour as my duty outfitter. Perhaps this is sufficient confirmation that it's time to move on.
These boots are comfortable, however the durability is the worst I’ve ever seen. I’ve had many pair of boots, some lasting 3+ years others a little less. My last pair of boots finally needed to be replaced after over 3 years. I tried these boots on and they were comfortable. They aren’t cheap, but figured the comfort would be worth the extra money. I bought these boots November 29, 2 1/2 weeks ago and they are already falling apart. The sole is coming up and ripped. Also within that time frame I’ve only worked 7 shifts. There’s no excuse for this. Under Armour is supposed to be a reputable brand, but these wore down as if they’ve been worn for over a year. I will attempt to bring them back to the store I bought them from and get a different brand, or will be contacting customer service. Some reviews say after 5 or 6 months they fall apart, but this hasn’t even been 3 weeks yet. There’s not excuse for this and I fully expect something to be done.
These are a fantastic looking boot, very light and very comfortable. However this is all ruined by the fact there is zero ventilation and after about 30 minutes of wearing you are left with horrible sweat stains. I’ve never had this problem in any type of footwear that I’ve ever owned. I even bought sports socks that reduce sweating and these haven’t helped the problem. So for now I’m not wearing them because when the sweat stains appear it looks very unhygienic.
I purchased a pair of the UA Valsetz RTS Tactical Boots, and within less than a year they started coming apart at the sole. I didn't even put the boots through anything very strenuous. I called to see what can be done, and they are not warrantied. Please don't waste your money!
I never do these things but i have had nothing but under armor boots and shoes these thing are terribe. i had them on my feet for 4 -5 weeks every day trying to get the to not hurt my feet do not buy these
Im a D/S and purchased this boot 6 months ago and the sole are worn out completely. I’m very disappointed because they are so comfortable.
I purchased the tan (light colored) boots and loved them on day 1. However that quickly changed after I noticed sweat marks showing up on all the seams around the toe of the boot.
I have never had issues with excessive heat in my shoes and/or sweating but it looks like I’ve stepped in water all day while wearing these shoes.
Once they dry overnight there are the stains left behind.
I see essentially have a pair of brand new boots that are worthless to me. I can’t wear these and look professional.
This is my first pair of Under Armour and likely my last.