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I had surgery last year to replace a bone in my foot, my law enforcement job requires me to wear black boots so I tried the UA fat tire and was highly impressed. The sole is thick and feels much like an air bubble, the insole feels like orthotic insoles as they kinda mold to your feet and the cushiony soft but sturdy feel gives me the comfort and support I need. The Gore-Tex upper is fantastic it’s waterproof and no polishing. Oh with the BOA system I will never tie my shoes again. 5 Stars
great boot with all the great features, gore-tex, mesh finish for dirt prevention and easy to clean. lacing system is convenient also. maybe for future version makes the toe area wider, since thick socks may needed for outdoor occasions.
normally wear size 11 or 11.5 for basketball, got mine for size 12, still a little bit narrow on the toe.
I wanted to love these boots. I bought them for elk hunting and climbing 14ers here in Colorado. Out of the box, wow, I was impressed. Soooo comfortable and even though they feel a bit bulky, I really felt they were going to be perfect. First impression was hiking around Denver and had no complaints after a 2 mile trek. Second time wearing them was up Mt Beirstadt. Going up, no complaints. Traction and thickness of the sole on these bad boys went above and beyond expectation. However, on the way down, the bracket just over the arch of my foot that the boa runs through started hunting my foot in a way that I can only describe as dropping a hammer on the top of your foot with even step. Also wanted to mention I was wearing a medium thickness Darn Tuff wool sock. Another thing I started to notice on the way down was how loud these boots squeaked.
I was in a bit of denial about the boot hurting my foot so bad after just two uses so I tried them around Denver a couple more times with different socks and different terrain, hoping that I would eventually "break them in".
I eventually took them on a 10 day elk hunting trip in Grand Mesa Colorado. (bringing a back up pair of trekking boots just in case) I brought a few different pairs of socks as well, hoping that the last trip was an effect of the socks I had on. I also took some tape I had in my pack and taped the top of the tongues of the boots to stop the squeaking these boots make when you walk. I'd say it took about 30 minutes before they started hurting my feet and after 3 days and trying all sorts of padding under the boa bracket, loosening, tightening, and almost not being able to walk at times. I have to say, these boots are not for me and I cannot imagine anyone else with high arches would enjoy them either. I put about 45 miles in 3 days on them and had to take the 4th day off to let my feet recover. I then switched to my Salewa Rapace boots and had 0 issues the rest of the trip. These boots have set on my shelf in my closest ever since.
I will say, if UA can come up with some better padding or placement for the boa brackets, these boots would be amazing. Maybe the next Model?
I also want to mention that I did buy a different pair of the fat tires without the BOA to wear to Japan and around CO in the winter. LOVE them. So comfortable, waterproof, and have zero complaints. They also look super dope.
Seriously UA...put a steel toe in em and you'll own the light duty workboot from red wings to Carolina to Caterpillar to hytest boots ...I've worn boots 25 years daily and just for kicks wore these on night turn and my God what a difference in comfort walking around on concrete for 12 hrs (millwright ) ...make the outside leather for spark protection steel toe and keep that fat tire and youd own the boot category hands down
Save yourself some time and order a larger size than you normally wear. Should have read the actual reviews instead of the stars. Ordered my normal size and they are way too small. Haven't used them so I can't say anything else, other than the pull loop on the back is small and does not look well attached.
I have a pair of Tan UA Infil Tactical Boots that are awesome. Fit is perfect, nice big tough pull loop on the back. Left BOA does not always loosen easily - I am waiting to see what happens with it and will return it if it gets worse, but keep it if it stays the same or gets better.
Ordered the Fat Tires because I am a big Gortex fan and they are a different color - Black.
I’m a 10.5 size foot but the 12 size fits perfectly. I also read reviews & watched video reviews on this & everyone says the same thing, “these run a size & a half small”.. So if ur reading this, I assure you, everyone is correct & you will be happy you listened & saved your self the time of having to send yours back to get the “size & a half bigger” then your normal size in this specific UA FatTire Gore-Tex hiking boot.
The comfort is noticed the most when standing & or walking. When sitting, because they are still so new, they un-squish compacting slightly Cuz they are still ultra NEW and need a couple days of breaking them in, but very little as my Hawaiian feet are wide, so when standing, the inside is soft & comfy & my foot sinks in creating decent amount of room all the while wearing my thick Hunting socks. I have the older GraniteSchnees, a pair of Muck boots, & a pair of last years UA Hunting boot, & these Fat Tire Gore-Tex boots are way more comfortable. Great for all day on ur feet useage. NockOn & KeepHammering :)
I can't express this enough, DO NOT BUY THESE BOOTS IN YOUR NORMAL SHOE SIZE. I've had these boots on litteraly for 30 minutes right out of the box not walking much and i'm in pain. Mad I hafto return them and wait for another pair. I wear a 10. Going to try a 10.5. both feet are almost numb and cramping. If you ignore my advice, you will be disappointed. I'm so bummed.
Outta all my years working 12-14-16 hr shifts my feet use to kill me by the time I got home. I then came across these boots and OMG they are the best thing I ever put i my feet!! I recommend these boots for any body who’s on there feet more then 12hrs a day you won’t regret it!! By the way I bought 2 pairs just in case.
I’m a Mailman and I walk about 9 miles a day delivering letters and packages. I am supposed to have postal certified shoes but they wear out to easily and they don’t provide many options for comfort, durability, and waterproofness. These shoes have me walking on pillows and the grip is ridiculous and I love the BOA feature. All you do is push down on the round thing and start to turn it to tighten the laces. The only thing I don’t like is hat the laces start to tighten from the toes so if you want ankle Support you have to really tighten the shoes to the point it almost hurts but it’s ok because I can wear two pairs of socks and it alleviates that problem. On top of that, I can wear these in the snow or on raining days and my feet stay dry and others are changing their socks and stuff. The BOA system is really the best. Pull the round disk up and it automatically loosens the boots for you to take off. I got them a few months ago and the tread is still there unlike postal shoes where the sole will be worn down to nothing by now. At last, when you’re walking on concrete it feels like you’re walking on pillows. It “bounces!”
I love these boots and everyone should have one.
I work in a Jail. Concrete floors, depending on where you work, you can be on your feet for most of the 12 hour shift... these are amazing for feet fatigue!!! Run small just keep in mind... they might lose up after a few days. Thanks Underarmour!!!!