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These boots are by far the most comfortable boot I’ve ever worn. My first pair began falling apart after 6/8 months and were completely useless a month or two later. I purchased a second pair thinking I had received a bad pair of boots on my first pair but ran into the same issue with my second pair. After about 6/8 months, the boots start to peel/tear apart and the bottom of the boots have NO grip left. I would recommend buying a pair only if you are willing to purchase new boots every 6/9 months.
Have these boots for about 7 months. Side zipper is cheap. Was running up stairs at work and the zipper popped opened. So now I can’t unzip my boot. The Velcro strap above the zipper is falling off it’s holding on by a thread or two. They are comfortable but if you want a durable boot this is not it.
These boots are one of the most comfortable boots I've ever worn. However, they are probably the least durable boots I've ever worn. I bought these boots for my last deployment and wore them everyday for 6 months. About 2 months in the ladies were shredded and the stitching from the protective material on both sides of the toe box was separating. This was a common thing among all of us that had these boots on this deployment. Finally the materially on the outsides if the side walls started to tear as well. In conclusion I give and A+ for comfort and style. Durability in my opinion earns a solid C-
I have worn these boots for a month now. Initial comfort is great. The complaint I have at this point is they make a lot of noise while walking. No problem if you work in a loud environment, but as a LEO there are times when you want to be quiet. Come on UA! You're better than that!!!
It’s a good lightweight comfortable boot.
While on patrol I’m now not lifting brick boots anymore.
Zip function works well. No clumping of material underneath to make it uncomfortable.
Good fit. Could be a wider fit, but it’s still good.
I’ve heard these wear out quick, but so far so good after a few months.
Only issue is if you work in slippery conditions or constantly wet areas, it will slip a bit when walking. That might get annoying. I think because the tread is synthetic and not rubber, maybe that’s why the grip isn’t great. Basically it slips for half a second before gripping. This is possibly it’s only drawback.
My husband loves these boots for work. They are very light and comfy and he has been buying UA boots for years.
The laces started breaking off and never could get replaced. Also the sides wore down FAST!
These boots are the longest lasting boots I’ve had, they started falling apart after over a year of use. I can still wear them if I wanted to but I chose to purchase a new pair that’s how much I love them!
These boots look and feel great. However I work in sand most days and the boots filled with sand. If I could just dump the sand out, it would be fine, but I can't. The sand somehow fills between the inner lining and exterior of the shoe. The shoe became too small to wear and no way to get the sand out. The only way I found to get the sand was to cut the inner lining. I did not want to do this, but I didn't want to throw away relatively new boots.
Right arch is bigger than left. Left booth tight on ankle. This is my 3 pair of tactical boots each pair different styles. First 2 enjoyed not a fan of this style.