10 Best Tactical Boots For Running In 2019

Best Tactical Boots For Running

Our top recommended product for today is the Smith & Wesson Men’s Breach 2.0. It is very lightweight and made from a combination of leather and nylon for added durability.

I think that we all can agree with the following statement that finding the right pair of tactical boots can be a pain. Especially when you like to run with them.

I have experienced this myself especially when I cannot make up my mind on which pair to buy. I have huge feet and sometimes when I find a pair of shoes that I like, they will not have my size.

I know the feeling.

Fortunately, when it comes to choosing the best tactical boots, I will make the process for you so much easier. It really will not be that hard to find the perfect pair of boots.

I have even more good news for you.

Below, I have written a buying guide and also a review of the 10 best tactical boots for running that you can find online. I will look at things such as the type of material, color variety, zippers on the side, price and also available sizes & weight. I will also cover some extra features as well.

Below, I will reveal the first 5 tactical boots that I liked (I have a total of 10 listed):

Our Top 5 Tactical Boots Revealed

Have a sneak peek at the buying guide below:

Tactical Boots Buying Guide

If you are already familiar with tactical boots and you know your stuff, then you might want to skip this guide if you want to. (If you want to skip this buying guide, then click this link to go to the first product).

If you are not familiar with tactical boots and you would like to know what to look for when choosing the right pair of boots from the start, then you might want to go through this guide with me.

Let us start off with some of the materials being used to make these boots.

1. Materials used

The materials used to make up about nearly 100% of the boot and if you do not use good quality materials, then the boot will also not be of good quality.

The 2 most common types of materials used are leather and nylon. Other materials such as synthetic materials can also be used, but will not have the same quality as leather. The only positive thing about some synthetic materials is that it is much lighter than leather.

I do not think that I need to explain to you what leather is but, just in case, I will say that it is actually cattle skin. Almost any type of animal skin can be used to make leather but the quality will heavily depend on the thickness and softness of the skin.

The best way to look after your boots that are made out of leather is by nourishing it with any type of fatty substance. The fat will then be sucked up by the leather.

Nylon, on the other hand, is also very durable. You also get different types materials that are made out of Nylon which will basically represent the thickness of the thread that was being used to make the nylon.

For instance, you will get the 600D and 1000D nylon. The “D” denier which represents the weight of the thread which is also an indicator of the thickness.

The higher the number before the “D” the thicker the thread and the stronger the material.

2. Available Colors

The colors do not play a role in the quality of the boot but will play a role in the aesthetic department. There is a wide range of colors available such as Black, Coyote, Tan, Reaper Camo, Desert Sand, Desert Tan, Sage, Sage Green etc.

3. Weight

The weight of the boots will not play a direct role in the quality but can make it harder or easier to wear. I think that we all can agree that most of us will choose a boot that is lighter.

There is nothing worse than carrying a heavy piece of leather around your foot especially when you have to walk long distances with it.

The size and sole of the boot will also contribute to the overall weight.

The weight will range from 1.6 up to 2.7 pounds.

4. Quality of the stitching

It does not make sense to use a very high-quality material such as leather to make these boots, but you cannot keep all of the pieces together by messing up with the stitching.

The quality of the stitching will depend on the thickness of the thread, the number of layers of stitching and also where the stitches are being used.

5. The price tag associated with the product

The price is something that I always consider when reviewing a product. The factors that will influence the price will have to be the type of material used, size and also the quality of the stitching.

If you are short on a budget and you want the least expensive boot of the lot, then I would highly recommend the Ryno Gear boot which is also the least expensive option of them all.

Some of the boots will even cost you more than $100 per pair.

6. Do the boots have a gusseted tongue?

This is going to be the thick spongy part of the show that will press just above the bridge of your foot near the front part of your ankle.

The gusseted tongue will play 2 roles which will include comfort and it will also keep smaller particles out of your shoe such as small stones insects.

7. Does it have slip resistance?

There is nothing worse than slipping on a slippery surface such as an oil puddle or a wet floor. I also do not think that you can call a boot a “tactical boot” if it does not have least some sort of slip resistance to it.

It is important to note that a rubber sole itself does provide some sort of slip resistance but the number one factor that can play a significant role is the shoe tread.

Some patterns are just better than others when it comes to slipping resistance.

8. Zipper on the side

A large majority of the boots that are in this article also have at least one zipper on the side. This is important for when you want to quickly take your boots off.

Especially those boots that have a long shaft which can be very hard to take off especially when your feet are swollen from walking long distances (most military men can agree with me on this one). Then I do not even want to get started with the shoelaces.

9. Does it offer some sort of ventilation?

This can make a huge difference on how wet the inside of your boots will become especially when you have sweaty feet. Shoes that are very hot is also not that comfortable.

I also do not want to get started with athletes feet and some of the other bacteria that comes with it. Most of the shoes in this article has some sort of mesh on the sides or small holes that can help with ventilation.

Some shoes also have antibacterial material on the inside that can counter the nasty effects that will lead to athlete’s feet.

If you want a boot that has some of that antimicrobial properties, then I would recommend the Original S.W.A.T. tactical boots which are also great.

The 5.11 ATAC tactical boot is also a great choice which provides antimicrobial properties.

10. Some form of water resistance

If your boots are mainly made out of leather, then it will also provide some form of water resistance. The leather itself is not like cotton that will suck up as much water as it can when in contact with it.

Water will generally flow off the leather instead of being sucked up which will provide some sort of water resistance.

11. Shock absorbent qualities

If a boot does not have these qualities, then it will be very hard on your heels and the bridge of your foot. Most of the soles and inlays have an ability to absorb some of the energy when the sole of the boot makes contact with the floor.

12. How much comfort does it provide?

Last but definitely not least, we will look at comfort and why it is important.

There is nothing worse than sore feet after a long day’s work. If you have boots that do not help with comfort then you are better off walking barefooted.

There are 2 boots specifically that makes extra sure provide more comfort than most of the boots out there. The 2 boots that I am mentioning will be the Under Armor and the Reebok Work tactical boots.

The Under Armour has UA ClutchFit technology that helps to support your ankle in order to improve your comfort levels.

The Reebok Work tactical boot has both an XTR brand extra wide composite toe cap that gives better comfort to your toes and a Foot Force F2A polyurethane cushion that provides comfort for your heel.

#1 Smith & Wesson Men’s Breach 2.0

If you are a huge fan of Smith & Wesson and you would like to have a pair of boots that are made from this brand then you need to take a look at these pair of boots.

When you combine the price, look, and quality of a boot, then I would say that the Smith & Wesson Men’s Breach 2.0 is very good value for money.

This boot also comes in the colors Black and Coyote.

The sizes will range from 5D(M) US up to 14D (M) USOr it can reach from 7W up to 14WAlso because of the sizes, the weight will also differ from 2 to 2.5 pounds.

More features to mention:

  1. High durable material. The boot is mainly made out of leather and nylon which are some of the most durable materials out there when it comes to boots.
  2. Has a gusseted tongue. It also has a gusseted tongue to keep any foreign material out of your boot. There is nothing worse than a small stone that has positioned itself under your foot. This gusseted tongue will also provide some comfort.
  3. Very light midsole. It also has a very light midsole that gives better comfort and support. This lightweight sole will also greatly contribute to the overall weight of this boot.
  4. The boot also has a steel shank. It also has a steel shank that works wonders for support. These shanks do a great job at diminishing the load incurred by the wearer’s feet over the course of an ascent.
  5. Sole that is slip resistant. The rubber outsole is also engineered in such a way that makes this boot very slip resistant. There are a few things worse than slipping on a wet rocky outcrop.
  6. Also has a side zipper. On the inside of the boot, you will find a high quality and durable zipper that can be used to quickly take the boot off.

Other than this, I think it is a great boot from Smith & Wesson that must be mentioned in this article.

What we liked

  • Best value for the money.
  • Can easily be taken off.
  • Very slip resistant.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Ankle shaft might be too high for some people.

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#2 Ryno Gear (Least Expensive)

If you want a high quality boot that does not have a long shaft and also contains a zipper with a very reasonable price tag, then I would recommend the Ryno Gear tactical boots.

So far these pair of boots is also the least expensive compared to all of the other pair of boots reviewed in this article.

This boot also only comes in the color tan.

The sizes of this boot also range from size 6 up to 14 with a weight of 1.6 to 2 pounds.

Other features worth mentioning:

  1. Good grade material. This boot uses a combination of leather and ballistic nylon which will not only contribute to toughness/durability but also comfort as well.
  2. Good quality stitching. You will notice that this boot is double stitched which will also contribute to the durability. What is it going to help if you have the best materials available but you cannot keep everything together?
  3. No worry about foreign objects in your boots. These boots have a gusseted tongue and also some padding along the collar which will situate above your ankle. This will reduce the chances of small foreign objects such as small rocks and grass seeds from falling inside of your boot.
  4. Slip-resistant sole. This pair will also come with a slip-resistant rubber sole that will provide better grip. This is very important if you work on surfaces that have oil spills and that is also very slippery.
  5. Has shock-absorbent insoles. These insoles will provide some shock-absorbent qualities to your boots. They can also be removed if the boot becomes too tight on your feet.
  6. Has zipper on the side. Last but not least, these boots also come with a zipper on the side. This will enable you to quickly take the boot off or on when you do not have time for the laces.

This is going to be one of my favorite pair of boots in this article and is also highly recommended. They are also not that expensive considering what you get.

What we liked

  • Least expensive of all the other boots.
  • Has zipper on the side.
  • Slip resistant.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Does not have good quality ventilation.

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#3 Under Armour Men’s Valsetz RTS

If you would like a top quality boot that is both lightweight and durable then you need to take a look at the Under Armor tactical boots.

Many people are huge Under Armour fans especially ex-military personnel. I have seen and met many ex Afghanistan US soldiers wearing this brand. So is the quality really that good or is it just a thing about the brand that drives these people mad?

The sizes range from 8 D(M) US to 14 D(M) US. The weight is not consistent but can range from 1.6 up to 2 pounds.

There are currently 4 colors available:

  1. Black
  2. Coyote Brown
  3. Reaper Camo
  4. Desert Sand

More on some of the features:

  1. Type of material. This show is made out of synthetic leather which might be stronger and lighter than normal leather. The exact combination of materials from which this shoe is made out of is not known.
  2. Very lightweight. The boot is made out of synthetic leather which makes it lighter than normal leather. This makes it easy to jog in these boots if you want to.
  3. Rubber sole. The sole of this boot is made out of rubber which gives these boots better grip that contributes to some of the anti-slip properties.
  4. Is also breathable. This boot has a breathable mesh on both sides. This will enable these boots to “breathe” that will allow your feet to cool down and reduce the chances of developing athlete’s feet.
  5. UA ClutchFit technology. The shaft is also just high enough to reach your ankle so that it does not hinder ankle movement. It also uses UA ClutchFit technology that carefully wraps your ankle for more support and comfort.
  6. Sole that provides great comfort. The sole also contains Micro G® foam that gives you that “takeoff” feeling when you take a step.

If you would like to have a pair of boots that will give you the best comfort possible, then I would recommend the Under Armor boots.

What we liked

  • Extremely comfortable.
  • Very lightweight.
  • Good quality.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Is more expensive than average.

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#4 5.11 ATAC

If you are a huge fan of 5.11 Tactical and you would also like to have a pair of boots from this brand then I would highly recommend the 5.11 ATAC tactical boots.

These boots are of very high quality and also comes in 2 colors which are Coyote Brown and Black.

These pair of boots are also in the same price range as the Under Armor boots but can be a little bit less expensive when you bring this sizes into consideration.

The sizes range from 4 D(M) US up to 15 D(M) US. The weight can range from 2 to 2.5 pounds depending on the size.

More on some of the features:

  1. Designed with a zipper. It also contains a zipper on the side that enables you to put on or take the shoe off at a faster rate.
  2. Made out of endurable material. The materials used to make this boot include leather and rugged nylon. One problem I had was that the boots did not have any mesh on the sides to help with ventilation.
  3. Much more shock resistant. This boot also has a “5.11 Shock Mitigation System” that makes the boot more shock resistant.
  4. The boot is also antibacterial. The material inside of the boot is also antibacterial which might help against fungi that cause athlete’s foot.

The only 2 problems that I had with these boots are that the sole is made from synthetic material which means that it might not be 100% rubber.  

The second problem was that it does not have any type of mesh on the side that will help with ventilation. At least it has antibacterial material on the inside that will counter the problems that moisture will bring.

What we liked

  • Can be quickly taken off.
  • Is also antibacterial.
  • Is also shock resistant.

What We Didn’t Like

  • This boot can be too expensive for most people.

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#5 Rocky Men’s C4T

If you would like to have a tactical boot that has a long shaft that has a more militaristic appeal to it, then I would highly recommend the Rocky Men’s C4T tactical boot.

This boot also comes in 3 colors which include Desert Tan, Sage, and Sage Green.

This is also a very inexpensive boot that most people can afford and is also less expensive than the 5.11 and the Under Armor boot.

The sizes range from 4 D(M) US up to 13 D(M) US. The weight also ranges from 2 to 2.5 pounds.

Some of the other important features:

  1. Real genuine material. This boot is made out of leather and fabric for if you do not want any synthetic material. It also does not contain any mesh on the sides of the boot that might help with airflow.
  2. Lightweight sole. It has a lightweight EVA rubber sole that is strong and non-slippery. This is especially helpful if you tend to slip on a wet floor.
  3. Offers some ventilation. These boots do however provide at least a little of ventilation. There are small holes on the lower sides of the boot that can help with airflow.
  4. Has NATO hooks. These hooks are used to pull the laces through. The only nice thing about these hooks is that they make it easier to pull the laces through.
  5. Somewhat water resistant. It is also water-resistant and a fast-drying military boot that can also be very beneficial if you do not have the time to walk around water puddles.
  6. Has a long shaft. This boot has the typical long shaft that comes with most military style boots. These long shafts make it easier to avoid any foreign material falling into the boot. 

If you have to take all of the features into consideration, I believe that this is a well-made boot. It has a high shaft and is also not that expensive.

The only problem that I had was that it does not offer a lot of ventilation.

What we liked

  • Has a long shaft.
  • Not that expensive.
  • Non-slippery sole.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Does not provide a lot of ventilation.

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#6 Bates Mens Ultra-Lites

If you would like to have a boot similar to the Rocky men’s but one that also includes a zipper on the side, then I would highly recommend the Bates tactical boot.

This boot is also in the same price class as the Rocky men’s and I would also consider this boot better as well. The only major difference between this boot and that of Rocky men’s is that this one has a zipper on the side.

There are currently only 2 colors available which include Black and Sage.

The sizes available are from 5 D(M) US up to 15 D(M) US. The weight range from 1.8 up to 2.4 pounds.

Some features worth considering:

  1. A zipper on the side. If you are the type of person that is always in a hurry and you do not want to take too long to take off your boots, then these pair of boots are for you.
  2. Made out of good quality material. The boot is made out of leather and fabric. It does have a very fine breathable lining but does not contain any mesh on the sides.
  3. Slip-resistant rubber sole. It has a rubber sole that is lightweight and is also slip-resistant. This is especially important for when you are working near oil puddles which can be very slippery.
  4. Removable EVA bed. It has a removable EVA footbed that enables it to absorb some of the shock that comes with some of the hardest working environments.
  5. Has a gusseted tongue. It also has a gusseted tongue to keep out foreign material out of your boot. Now you do not need to constantly take your boot off to shake any type of foreign material out.

This is a very good quality boot that comes with a long list of features. If you want a high-quality boot that is not that expensive, then this one is for you.

The only thing that I did not like was that it does not provide that much ventilation.

What we liked

  • Not that expensive.
  • Has a zipper on the side.
  • Has a removable EVA foot bed.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Does not provide that much ventilation.

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#7 Maelstrom Landship

If you are not familiar with Maelstrom, then I think it is a good time to at least introduce you to one of their boots. These boots are not that expensive and is also cheaper than the Smith & Wesson boot.

If you are a person that wants to have the second least expensive pair of boots but still wants good quality, then this pair is for you.

You can get from 7 D (M) US up to 15 D (M) US in sizes. On average they will weigh between 2 – 2.5 pounds depending on the size.

This boot also has 4 colors available:

When it comes to the color of tactical boots, I like to have options. There are basically 4 colors available which will include the following:

  1. Generation 2.0 Black
  2. Generation 2.0 Tan
  3. Black
  4. Tan

You will notice there is a small difference in the contrast of the color between the tan and generation 2.0 tan.

More features to delve into:

  1. Somewhat good quality material. The boot itself is made out of leather while the mesh is made out of fabric. The upper part of the boot will contain mesh which will make it more “breathable”. This will have a significant impact on how hot and sweaty your will feet will feel after a couple of hours.
  2. Has a rubber sole. This boot also has a rubber sole as most tactical shoes do. Rubber is also a good material that will provide some form of slip resistance.
  3. Shock absorbing cushion. There is also high-performance shock absorbing cushion inside the shoe that will greatly help with comfort. This will also ensure that your feet do not get tired when you walk long distances.
  4. Has both a padded collar and tongue. The shoe also contains a padded collar and tongue to keep any foreign material out of your shoe. Most shoes that do not have these 2 padded features will allow almost any small enough object to fall inside of your shoe because of the open gap between your foot and the shoe.
  5. Has a side zipper. There is also a very nice heavy duty zipper at the side of the shoe for when you want limited time to put your shoes on.

This is a perfect shoe for when you are on a budget and is also good quality with a long list of valuable features.

What we liked

  • Very inexpensive.
  • Can easily be taken off because of side zipper.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Some people might complain about minor quality issues.

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#8 Original S.W.A.T.

If you would like a high shaft tactial boot that is very durable and have superior quality stiching, then you should have a look at the Original S.W.A.T. tactical boot.

This boot can be expensive for some people but the quality will easily make up for the price.

This boot also comes in 4 colors which include Black, Tan, Brown, and Coyote.

When it comes to the sizes of this boot, then it will range from 6W US up to 16W US. It also has a weight of 2 to 2.6 pounds.

More features to brag about:

  1. Antimicrobial protection. This boot also has AEGIS antimicrobial protection which is very useful if you have sweaty feet. This will also protect your feet from athlete’s feet.
  2. Made out of durable material. This boot is made out of grain leather and 1000 denier nylon which provides toughness and also some ventilation.
  3. Slip-resistant sole. This is a very important feature to consider if you are prone to slip and fall. 
  4. Very good quality stitching. The toe and heel area are heavily stitched with a thick tread in order to make it more durable.
  5. Lightweight comfort and support. Each of these of boots also has a custom-molded phylon EVA midsole which will make it more comfortable by improving the support.

The only thing that I found that was missing was that it does not have any sort of zipper on the side which might be beneficial if you are in a hurry.

What we liked

  • Good quality stitching.
  • Is antimicrobial.
  • Provides great comfort.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Does not have side zipper.
  • Might be more expensive than most other boots.

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#9 Magnum Elite Spider

If you have sweaty feet and you would also like to have a long shafted tactical boot then you need to take a look at these pair of Magnum boots.

This pair only comes in the color Desert Tan and the sizes also range from 7 D(M) US up to 15 D(M) US. This boot also weighs from 1.9 up to 2.5 pounds.

These boots can also be expensive but at least it is good quality.

Some of the features available:

  1. Good quality material. These pair of boots are mainly made out of leather which is both durable and of good quality.
  2. Has great ventilation. Along with the leather, you will also find an aero mesh that is ideal for promoting airflow and to regulate the temperature of your feet.
  3. Has a removable sock liner. This sock liner works wonders in providing more comfort and can also be removed if needed.
  4. Is also slip resistant. The vibram® sole provides anti-slip capabilities that make it harder for you to slip and fall. This works wonders for when your workplace has a floor that tends to be wet and slippery.
  5. Has a long shaft. Along with the tongue, the shaft of this boot will also be longer which will help to keep any type of foreign material out of your boot.

This boot is ideal for people that tend to have sweaty feet. The improved airflow and moisture lining will help to prevent any type of unwanted bacteria from growing inside of your boots.

What we liked

  • Perfect in providing ventilation.
  • Removable sock liner.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Is quite expensive.

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#10 Reebok Work

If you would to have a pair of premium tactical boots that also have a side zipper, then the Reebok Work boot is for you. 

This boot also comes in 4 colors which include: Tan, Desert Tan, Desert Khaki and Desert Suede.

The sizes will also range from 6W US up to 13W US and it also has a weight that ranges from 2.1 to 2.7 pounds.

Some features worth mentioning:

  1. Good material. This boot is made out of leather and textile which are both of good quality. These materials will make the boot more durable and tougher as well.
  2. Moderately slip resistant. This boot has a rubber sole which can offer some kind of slip resistance. This is especially important for if you do not want to break your hip from a fall.
  3. Has a side zipper. It is not something new for tactical boots to have side zippers. These zippers make it easier to take the shoes off for when you are in a hurry. Trying to untie the shoelaces just takes too long in some cases.
  4. Great support for your toes. These boots also have an XTR brand extra wide composite toe cap that gives your toes more room to move in. This will greatly affect the comfort.
  5. Even better support for your heel. These boos also come with a Foot Force F2A polyurethane cushion that works great for eliminating shock and provides better comfort for your heels as well. This cushion can also be removed.

It is also worth mentioning that these boots also have electrical hazard protection. Overall, I think this is a great boot which will provide excellent support.

What we liked

  • Has a side zipper.
  • Has superior support.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Can be somewhat expensive.

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Tactical Boots Comparison Table

Product NameMaterialWeightEditors Rating
1. Smith & Wesson 2.0 (Top Pick) Leather & Nylon2-2.2 lb10/10
2. Ryno Gear (Least Expensive) Leather and Nylon1.6 – 2lb9/10
3. Under Armour Synthetic leather1.6 – 2lb9/10
4. 5.11 ATAC Leather & Nylon2-2.5lb7/10
5. Rocky Men’s C4T Leather and Fabric2-2.5lb7/10
6. Bates Mens Ultra-Lites Leather and Fabric1.8-2.4lb8/10
7. Maelstrom Leather & Fabric2 – 2.5lb7/10
8. Original S.W.A.T. Grain Leather 1000D Nylon2-2.6lb7/10
9. Magnum Elite SpiderLeather 1.9-2.5lb8/10
10. Reebok Work Leather and Textile2.1-2.7lb7/10

Conclusion

I think we have covered a lot in this article. I hope now that you can see that choosing the best pair of tactical boots does not have to be that hard.

We have gone through the different types of materials being used, the colors available and also some of the other features such as zippers and “breathing mesh”.

If you still could not make up your mind on which pair to choose, then I would highly recommend the Smith & Wesson Men’s Breach 2.0 tactical boots. They are touch and also have an awesome look.

And that is it for today. Please leave a comment below and share with us, what was your favorite pair and why.

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5 thoughts on “10 Best Tactical Boots For Running In 2019”

  1. I had no idea military boots had become so varied. In 1974 when I joined the service there was one. Take it or leave it. Fortunately, the one style we had was pretty good. It lasted me at least 20 years after I left the service. It was hard to toss them.
    It got to the point where there were no shops around me that repaired them anymore. Everything has become throwaways.
    I’m impressed, you really know your tactical boots. The tongue was one part of the combat boots I had an issue with back then. It was never comfortable although it was fine for its main benefit of keeping the laces from digging into your skin.
    I used my combat boots to climb the Zugspitze in Germany up to the Eagles Nest where Hitler often hid out during the war.
    Wow, antimicrobial properties and antibacterial material in a boot. What will they think of next? Shock absorbent boots? I can almost hear a ‘back in my day we didn’t have such things’ kind of speech coming from me. I’ll leave it alone. The old boots got comfortable only after you broke them in. Then they were awesome.
    Your article on boots is certainly thorough and professional looking.

    • Thanks Paul

      It really does take some time to break in those boots. If you take care of your boots, they can almost last a lifetime.

  2. Hi Viljoen!

    Great article on tactical boots! I found your Buyer’s Guide very useful and the fact that you include a table of every boot you review to make side-by-side comparisons quick and effortless!

    I also appreciate that you highlight the least expensive option so that it’s easy to find a decent boot at a reasonable price.

    And it’s imperative to recognize the importance of good ventilation, as you mention several times in your article. I’ve experienced the early stages of trench foot before on a long hiking trip, and it’s not something I’d like to repeat!

    Do you have any direct experience with any of these boots?

    Again, thanks for all the info!

    • Hi Tucker

      I have some experience with Under Armor and a boot similar that listed in this review. The boot that I refer too is also very expensive, so that is why I recommend the Smith & Wesson.

  3. Very good and detail sharing about tactical boots. I personally like to go for the lightweight one as per guide #3. I totally agree that carrying a heavy piece of leather on your foot may make your day worse. I like the comparison table that you put out there too. I can see that there are some cheaper range with good rating/review too. So for those who are looking for a not too expensive, this would be a good place to start off as well.

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