NORTIV 8 Men's Military Tactical Work Boots Side Zipper Leather Motorcycle Combat Boots
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Rubber sole Protection & convenience: Ankle-high protection wraps & supports the ankles.YKK side zipper with hook-loop strap closure is easy to take on/off. Durable & breathable：Breathable fabric keeps your feet cool and dry. And high abrasion-resistant leather provides full protection. This combination structure offers maximum comfort and ensures breathable and long-term protection at the same time. Dynamic 3-sole system: (1) Removable, shock-absorbent cushion in-sole offers supportive all-day comfort. (2) Flexible EVA mid-sole reduces foot fatigue and absorbs shock; (3) Slip, oil, and abrasion-resistant rubber out-sole is a flexible response to various outdoor terrain Perfect for outdoor & indoor: Designed for both daily work and outdoor sports like camping, climbing, cycling, fishing, jungle, running, mountaineering, traveling, and so on.
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At first these boots were uncomfortable until I added an extra insole. Now they are the best boots I’ve ever bought. Excellent ankle support. I use them on concrete and they don’t tire me out. Will be buying another pair. Side zipper is very good. Color is great.
Thankfully they have a size chart, measure heel to toe and add a half size. The normal size for me is 12 us. nice and roomy for the toes. These are regular with though. for me a wide would be better. Still, not too tight. Just a bit snug across the toe knuckles.The zipper is not as handy as I had imagined, that does make it easier, but to get a good tight draw, still need to pull and tie the laces.
I bought these boots to shovel snow in and walk around these upstate New York snowy streets. So far so good. I like the price, they seem durable and look good too. Note they are water resistant, not waterproof, meaning they will get wet after a while. I just buy some silicone spray and they become waterproof enough for what I need them for. For years I have been buying Bates tactical boots for around $90. When I ordered them this time, they were back-ordered and I couldn't wait so I bought these NORTIV 8 Men's Military Tactical Work Boots. They cost half the price and look about the same. I can see no difference at all. They even repel water a bit better.
For the 8" tan with zipperI bought these to get something through the spring and into the summer (hopefully 3 seasons of daily outdoor work)- I typically get less that 1yr on my footwear, avg 5miles a day.At 2 weeks in...These fit well and have good ankle support. Saved my ankle from rolling several times. I walk 5-8 miles a day on grass, pavement, sidewalks, pavers. They are not water proof, but I didn't expect them to be. Laces pull and hold foot and ankle securely. I usually wear a 10.5-11, 45eur, I got the size 11 so I could put my orthotic in. Some complain about the insert, I usually transfer my inserts and orthotics from boot to boot. At this price.... really? I used to buy $150 for 1yr boots.They shed dirt and mud off the uppers fairly well, the lugs are deep and grip, but do carry mud.... but they are less than $50.Fairly light weight- not super light weight like training tactical, but the sole handles about everything I have stepped on so far.The one thing I am waiting to see how it fairs is the side zipper. The zipper gusset is vinyl, I read some reviews where it tore. I do not use it and would have bought one without. I can see it function to zip off, but not to zip on- just too much stress at that point to bring the upper together. But I mean.... $50, get some Danners and shut up.I bought these for my workers. Will update again if anything sticks out and I feel to post more.I bought several pairs of Rocky C4s, one lasted 1yr, another 4mon. They were super light- I could have run 1/2 marathons in them.... they also cost me $90-130. Also, nails would go right through, and did
I wear boots for work everyday so I’ve gone through quite a few pairs (the pic shows only 3 pairs of many). All different brands ranging in price between $40-$160. So, I wasn’t expecting too much from these boots given the price point ($42), but they definitely exceeded my expectations. It usually takes a few days to break in some new boots, but these were comfortable from the first time I put them on.I think I’ve finally found my go-to boots. Very pleased!