Herren UA Valsetz RTS Stiefel 1.5 mit Zip an der Seite

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Artikelnummer 3021036
130,00 €
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Produkteigenschaften

Diese praktischen, robusten Herrenstiefel mit Zip sind selbst den härtesten Aufgaben gewachsen und dabei so bequem wie ein Laufschuh. Daher genießen sie das Vertrauen von Männern und Frauen in Uniform auf der ganzen Welt.
  • Leicht und strapazierfähig
  • Strapazierfähige, aber dennoch flexible TPU-Zehenkappe für zusätzlichen Schutz
  • Die verschweißte PU-Schicht entlang des gesamten Randes sorgt für Abriebfestigkeit
  • Vorgeformte antimikrobielle Ortholite®-Einlegesohle
  • Die ultraleichte Mittelsohle aus Micro G™-EVA sorgt für Komfort – den ganzen Tag lang
  • Die neue Außensohle mit Traktionsgummiprofil sorgt für Halt auf verschiedensten Böden
  • Sprengung: 7 mm
  • Höhe: 20 cm
  • Gewicht: 975 g
  • Importiert
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106 Bewertungen
3.4
44% der Bewerter empfehlen

Größe

Fällt klein aus Fällt groß aus

Tragekomfort

Mind. Max.

Leistung

Mind. Max.

Very comfortable but don't last long.

I've had these boots for 4months and they're starting to come apart at the toes. The boots are very comfortable for running/ walking and look cool. I just wish they'd lasted longer

Why no zipper on the ladies?

So I love this shoe & my husband loves this shoe. they only problem is they are about half a size too big. they are super comfortable and I love them but would be better 1/2 a. size smaller... so why not just add a zipper to the ladies version? or make smaller sizes for the men?

Poor Quality

The right shoe has defective stitching inside the boot which created an unnecessary fold of hard fabric material. Not sure how the shoe passed (QC). The defective flap rubs into the ankle causing extreme discomfort. UA would only accept a return in-store. Unfortunately, I live too far from a retail store.

Light weight book

The boot is comfortable and light weight. I enjoy the zipper on the side. It feels like you are wearing a tennis shoe. It s a great boot if you work Corrections.

RAB

After buying 2 other quality brands & not being 100% satisfied I jumped in for a 3rd pair of boots for daily use, now at over £300 spent in a month I was a little sceptical about my new Valsetz RTS boots. After wearing them for a couple of days they had moulded perfectly. They have now been on my feet every day for 2 weeks with no issues. At the end of the day & 10,000 steps on average my feet are dry & fresh. The side zip makes for easy on & both off! What can I say except well done Underarmour with a great pair of boots!

Comfortable but not sturdy

These boots are extremely comfortable, easy to walk and run with. Only problem is the laces seem to have fallen apart, they are coming apart, wonder if UA will send a new non defective pair. Also be careful you can rip side easy, that happened to mine.

Fell apart

Half a dozen short hikes and the inner side of the uppers on both boots split. Returned for a refund

Good boot!!

Comfy and durable. Easy to wear virtually no break in period. Easy on/off. My only issue is the sole, from walking Minsk outdoors the sole didn’t last long enough for the price! Again for the price, a good boot for price compared to other big sports brands.

Worst pair of walking boots I’ve ever bought , didn’t use them all the time but in less than 3 months the sole came off the left shoe .shocking !!

Worst pair of walking boots I’ve ever bought . Didn’t use them every day and in less than 3 months the sole came off the left boot . Emailed UA , never got a response . Would seriously consider walking bare foot than buying any more of these Shocking

Comfortable but poor quality

I'm on my second pair. I now have a cushy desk job and these still fall apart after a year. It's difficult to find this style of boot with non-leather materials so I crossed my fingers and hoped the second pair would out perform the first but they both were falling apart after a year of 90% desk work.