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Converse Stealth 8" Composite Toe Boots. Certified Converse quality, rugged tac boot protection! Converse has made their name with good-looking, long-lasting athletic footwear. So it may have surprised a few folks when Converse stepped into the tactical boot market. Those same folks were even more surprised to learn that these Stealth Boots hit the bull's eye, and then some. These are packed with all the good stuff: a rugged composite toe, electrical hazard protection, durable slip-resistant outsole. All well and good, but it's the feel that really puts these in a class by themselves... they're boots that wear like tennis shoes, guaranteed to keep you light and fast when you're on the clock. So if you're sick of the clunky tac boots that are so common, step into relief. Step into these: Rugged suede and cordura nylon uppers for mobile strength and abrasion resistance; Meets ASTM F2413-05 standards for protective footwear; Outfitted with a composite toe for impact and compression protection; Highest-quality slip and oil-resistant mountain trail rubber outsole; Removable dual-density cushion insert with heel stabilizer for comfort and stability; Breathable Tailex lining; 100% non-metallic. Each weighs approx. 30 ozs.; State Size and Width. Order yours today! Men's Converse Stealth 8" Boots
I used this item to hunt, very comfortable keeps your feet dry looks very good and you can not beat the price. Awesome product!!!Published on September 14, 2013 by Pen Name
This pair of boots rubbed my ancle raw. They also messed up my toes. I have never had so much pain with a pair of booots. I will never buy this brand again.Published on May 22, 2013 by Kevin Butler
The sole of this boot is badly shaped with no arch support.
The puffy upper rubs, Its a hot one too.
The tread / sole bend very very little as you walk.
Still breaking in the boots but so far it is much lighter than my regular issue boots. One feature I miss from the issued boots is the quick lace system. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Jammer