Great out of the box. They feel like sneakers with great ankle support. Very useful for jumping out of planes!
Very comfortable, break-in very fast. Like wearing your favorite tennis shoes.
This military compliant tactical boot is the most comfortable boot I've had to date. Gives this US Soldier the confidence in ankle/foot support to perform my duty with style.
I'm a woman who mows and weed eats approx 17 yards at a time. I normally wear a mans size 5 1/2 to 6 but these have so much padding that I had to go to a size 6 1/2. I love these boots as they are so comfortable. My legs don't cramp at the end of the day and that's a huge plus. They are a tad warm but not bad at all.
Would definitely buy again, Reebok has always served me needs well.
I recently started rucking for fitness again and I have have experienced numerous ankle injuries over the years. I was looking for a lightweight boot that would offer adequate ankle support for my weight plus the weight of a 60 pound ruck sack. These boots are incredibly light and offer plenty of ankle support to get me through my workouts with ease. Very happy with my purchase.
Good boots, lightweight and real comfy to wear
Very lite weight and comfortable nice boots for standing for long periods of times don’t hurt your feet most comfortable boots I’ve owned yet also seem to be constructed well
Wanted a light weight AR compliant boot that won't break the bank. This boot is descent for the attributes desired. I wanted running -shoe lightness and flexibility for some road march competitions coming up. Initial impressions during practice is that this boot will do well. Plenty of snap, compliance, and adequate cushion. I'd prefer if there was more of a separate heel, or the heel a bit taller, or that like a running shoe it were sloped a bit forward. Still, it has good compliance for maneuverability and glove-like on the foot. The sizing does not run as close to Bates as I would like (could use an 1/8" more room in the toe). There are no deliberate air-holes like a jungle boot, so I suspect it could run warm in hot/humid weather, but for a cold fall and early winter training it works very well. I suspect its durability will wear out like a running shoe, so 2 years at most of hard use, 3-4 for regular wear.