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Produit totalement. Conforme à la description avec une coupe bien pensée et un confort exceptionnel . Je recommande fortement ce produit
In the year since I bought mine, I've done numerous GORUCK events (look it up if you don't know), a few $partan events, weekly hikes in the Pac Northwest, and everyday wear for work. I stand on ladders or concrete all day for work.
That all adds up to a lot of time and miles. Some pretty hard abusive miles. I've even some really stupid stuff like a 55 mile ruck with a 55lb ruck on my 55th birthday. They held up just fine.
The only real wear spots are on the fabric areas at the toe creases, which is where all my shoes and boots have always ended up giving out. I typically go through 2 pairs of shoes a year for rucking, and switched to boots 2 years ago. These are the longest surviving pair.
Light, comfortable, mostly ok drainage, and good 'rolling' footbed for long rucks.
I have been using the boot for about 2 months for driving my manual jee offroad and light hiking. The boot does feel like its been abused just from driving and hiking. I usually wear a 11 but I got a size 12 because the fit was very narrow
It’s the most comfortable police style boot I’ve ever worn, but at only a 53 shift life span, not worth the money. My coworkers lasted only 40 shifts!
These were the most comfortable duty boots I have worn. They are also the least durable. Most of my work is now done in an office and not on the street, but even that proved too much for these boots. The construction is poor. It isn't from being worn out because one boot is falling apart and the other one shows no sign of it.
First of all these boots are extremly comfortable & light weight but if you are considering them move on because literally weeks after I purchased them they began flaking & the sole became separated from the uppers.
Worse part is that I am a supervisor in law enforcement so it means that during a !2hr shift I am in a vehicle or at a desk for 10 of those 12hrs.
They were not worn in any type of challenging environment at all yet they failed with light use.
I expected better from UnderArmour
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.