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- Exclusive UA Scent Control technology lasts longer & works better, keeping you undetected
- Waterproof, breathable lining keeps you dry in the worst conditions
- Suede leather combined with lightweight, abrasion-resistant nylon in the upper
- Molded Ortholite® sockliner is designed with a memory foam top & PU base
- Ultra-light, molded EVA midsole delivers cushioning & shock absorption
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FEATURES of the Under Armour Men's UA Speed Freek Bozeman Boot Waterproof, breathable membrane construction UA Scent Control with Cupron anti-bacterial copper infused lining Waterproof suede leather and textile upper Scratch rubber toe and heel cap for added protection Anti-microbial Ortholite sockliner Ultra-light molded EVA midsole with reinforced TPU shank Low profile rubber lug sole
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00VABB32C
- Item model number: 1250115
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 30, 2014
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
Now, the only "con" I've come across so far. The laces! This is the first pair of boots I've ever owned with very thin round laces. These things are a nightmare. They bite into the flesh of your hand as you pull them tight, but the laces won't bite against themselves as you tie them. This means that you have to keep constant tension on the laces as you tie them in order to get the tight tie you'd want on your hiking boots. Pulling hard on these thin laces causes them to bite into the flesh of your hands and it is not a pleasant feeling. This wouldn't be a big deal if you could replace the laces with something bigger or flat, but the boot's eyelets are clearly designed for the laces it comes with and does not seem to be compatible with any other kind. So I'm stuck with laces that are a drag to tie and don't get as tight as I would like them. Knowing what I know now I probably would have gone with a different product, but I don't regret my purchase.
Update: At the beginning of February I noticed the laces were fraying. A day or two later they broke. So about a month of occasional wearing and the laces didn't hold up. Had I been camping I would've been screwed. The eyelets are too small for paracord, and who packs extra boot laces on an ultralight backpacking trip? I'm removing a star.
I also own a pair of UA Speed Freek Chaos which I loved so much I wore till the soles were bare.
I wear a size 11 and are true to size.
It took me a few hours to break them in to how I like them.
Overall I highly recommend. The fit is outstanding. Ankle support is good.
They are very comfortable.
I am particular about my gear. I like how they feel and I like the look.
I do think that the black leather or pleather covering the ballistic nylon needs to be better.
While this is not a huge gripe it bugged me enough to comment on it.. It's not a bad material, I just expected better.
Also the tongue is attached to the upper body of the shoe. I have to push use my fingers to make sure the fabric is folded when lacing them up or they snakebite my ankle.
Overall I will probably buy again.