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Zero in on a tactical style advantage with this tough all-season boot. Made to serve and protect, it's the same authoritative footwear worn by SWAT teams and Germany's GSG9 special forces group.
You ensure you have all of the right equipment to make camping as best as possible, so why wouldn't you include shoes in that mix too? The Edgewater camp shoe is easy to slip on and off and has a protective, waterproof natural rubber shell, a breathable airmesh lining, and a slip-resistant rubber outsole.See all Product Description
These are damn fine boots, very well made & comfortable.
I gambled a bit by ordering a half size larger & I am glad I did as the boot fits perfect... Read more
These are some of the most comfortable boots I've gotten. As another reviewer already stated, these are a bit narrow. I have average width feet and these are a bit tight. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Glenn Fouty
These boots are nice. Let me start off by saying the comfort level is what you would expect from Adidas if you've ever worn their shoes. The tread is very nice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Biedrzycki
I may be a bit biased since the majority of my shoes are Adidas but I must say these shoes surprised even me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cesar
I love these.
Just a note, after reading other reviews in regards to sizing i bought mine a full size larger than I normally do.
This worked perfectly. Read more
This is a good boot. I'm a firefighter /Emt and in them for long periods and sometimes for 24 hrs. Nice light boot very comfortable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dominic
Good evening .. I wonder if they have availability of number 8?.. I want to know is because I'm number 41 in Venezuela according to Table 8 but serious option 8 does not appear.Published 3 months ago by Maria Rangel
A little bit expensive, but fit and feel great! The black color does show dirt. They are also a little warm as there is not much ventilation.Published 4 months ago by Hans Verleur