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- Man Made/ Synthetic
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately ankle-high from arch
- UA ClutchFit™ technology wraps your ankle with a lightweight “second skin” for powerful support & incredible feel
- Synthetic leather & textile upper with welded, abrasion-resistant film around the perimeter of the foot
- Full-length Micro G® foam turns cushioned landings into explosive takeoffs
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UA ClutchFit technology wraps your ankle with a lightweight “second skin” for powerful support & incredible feel. Synthetic leather & textile upper with welded, abrasion-resistant film around the perimeter of the foot. Full-length Micro foam turns cushioned landings into explosive takeoffs. Lightweight TPU shank for mid-foot support & the right amount of rigidity. Molded Ortholite sock liner is designed with a memory foam top & PU base. Low-profile rubber lug sole. TPU toe cap. Height: 7”.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 6 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01MRZ33PJ
- Item model number: 1250234
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Their huge down fall however is their DURABILITY (or lack thereof). You'll see through other reviews that this is a recurring theme. And with good reason. Try boots within ONE week started to cracked and peel on the outside walls of the boot. Way premature, considering the amount that I used them, the time that I'd had them and the money that I paid for them.
Would I recommend them? For comfort yes but for the most durable, at this point, I have to say no. We'll see if Under Armour will honor their fabled "Lifetime Guarantee" on these or not. In my experience, companies love to weasel out of these guarantees. But I'll keep updating for more details that can hopefully help in your buying decision.
So, I contacted Under Armour regarding returning my 6 month old mangled boots (premature if you ask me). They sent me a Return Authorization form. In the form it stated that I would be contacted for any additional fees. Well, I was not contacted (except for some helpful email updates) and I was NOT charged. However, I received (today) a BRAND NEW pair of boots! THIS IS AMAZING! Today, in a world where things are "meant to be thrown away" and companies so rarely seem to deliver on their promises of "Lifetime Warranties" and exceptional customer service. Under Armour, the company itself, makes these boots a 5 star boot. Any company that stands behind their products and especially one that takes care of their customers to such a great degree, is worthy of my hard earned money 8 days a week! I will from now on recommend these boots to anyone that asks as the best tactical boot available on the market! As an entire company, Under Armour, has my respect. The way that they conduct business has COMPLETELY skyrocketed my view of them and their products after seeing this brand new pair of boots delivered to my door, no questions asked, JUST because I was a customer of theirs. Making these boots totally worth the price tag. Truly customer oriented. I believe, now, that this is a rare company. Rare and awesome. Under Armour Will.
These lasted about 2 months before started to separate from the soul and then in another 3 months they were at catostrophic failure.
These are not heavy duty boots but are confortable.
They should be priced at about $60 not $130.
I just got my RTS's in today. I read previous reviews that advised that these run 1/2 size big. I ordered the 9.5 when I usually wear a 10. The 9.5's leave my feet crowded and tight, much like I'm wearing a 1/2 size too small....hmmmm.
These boots are designed to have toe splay and to be worn with hiking/boot socks. I wear Darn Tough Vermont socks and they will work perfectly with the size 10's that I will be returning these for.
Long story short; These boots are true to size.
From all they hype seen on television and print ads, along with the high prices, most of us are led to assume underarmor stands for quality and performance. Nothing could be further from the truth with regard to these "boots". First, these are not boots, they are a glorified sneaker. They should in no way be confused with a real tactical boot. But, let me get two things out of the way first which accounts for the one and only star in this review.
1. These are awesome looking tactical footwear. I don't think any other tactical "boot" looks near as good.
2. They are very comfortable. You can wear them all day long with ease. Just like a comfortable sneaker.
However, the bad news is that these shoes are perhaps the worst construction I have ever experienced with regard to the style of sole they have (sneakers). I read some bad reviews about them but didn't want to believe it and bought them anyway. Back then the ratings were very poor. I have no clue how they could have gained a 4 star average rating in the past year. Something is fishy with that. I wore these every day for the most part - I work on my feet all day. After only a month of wear the soles started to separate from the upper. They have never been abused, nor dunked in water other than the occasional rain storm to get in or out of the car. I have repaired these shoes three times, first with shoe goo, then twice more with super glue. The repair just will not hold. You can see from the soles that the rubber isn't even worn hardly at all off of them. So I have given up. The pictures are worth many more thousand words here. I'll let them do the talking and serve as your warning. Needless to say, I would not even recommend this product to my worst enemy. They are just p-ss poor quality.