Men's Mil - Spec® Plus 200 gram Thinsulate™ Insulation Tactical Boots

Item # WX2-119141

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Details & Specs

Mil-Spec® Plus Tactical Boots.

Tough mission 3 clicks out? Deploy these dependable Boots that are just begging to be all they can be.

  • Action leather and 1200-denier nylon uppers
  • 200 gram ThinsulateTM Insulation for temperature control
  • Sure-grip rubber outsole
  • Removable, nylon-lined EVA insole for comfort
  • Moisture-wicking mesh lining
  • Padded tongue / collar
  • Each is approx. 23 ozs., 9"h.

State Color and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Medium width.


Customer Reviews

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  1. nice boots really wanted them but did not fit too narrow on the instep
  2. 5 stars
    The fit on the foot was perfect, the tops of the boots is a another story. The boots are a great value.
  3. 5 stars
    comfortable boots, excellent support, really like the zipper. I wish uninsulated boots were available with the same features in this price range.
  4. 4 stars
    fits fine and very comfortable. time will tell how they hold up
  5. 5 stars
    Perfect fit, very light, would purchase again
  6. 5 stars
    I have now gone through 3 pair of these, and have two more in stock. I love that I can put on a new pair and never have a break-in period. Comfortable from day one. Excellent value too.
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