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AllSeasonGear® está hecho con tejidos radicales que se adaptan a condiciones climáticas cambiantes. Está diseñado con nuestro sistema de transporte de humedad para ofrecer regulación de temperatura del núcleo y máxima transpirabilidad.
El estratégico patrón en forma de reloj de arena se expande y contrae según el contorno de tu cuerpo tanto en reposo como en movimiento. Esto significa que no sólo se ajusta a tí... se ajusta a cómo te mueves.
Más ligera y más delgada que las espumas tradicionales, la amortiguación UA Micro G ofrece un mejor rendimiento ultra-receptivo, con la estabilidad natural y confort.
To start, these boots have a one of a kind fit. The boots hug the ankle perfectly for a comfy and secure fit. They are light weight with great traction. The positives end there. When it comes to keeping your feet dry, good luck. These boots absorb moisture rather than repel it (I know these boots aren’t listed to repel moisture but there is little to admire with water repellent with these boots). The fabric fell apart within the first month. The toe leather detached from the material and the ankle support was little to none. In conclusion: these boots were comfy and light when dry BUT these boots are not meant for the any elements or any wear and tear.
So the good, these boots are extremely comfortable and light. They are like wearing slippers. They tie tight and stay tight. Now for the bad, they are very slippery when wet, I've had them for 3 months and they are coming apart at the side of the toe caps. Both boots let go at the same time. The laces are fraying and coming apart. The boots do NOT breathe well and feet stay wet and hot all day. It's really too bad actually. This is my first experience with UA duty boots and I hate to say it, it will be my last. I need my boots to perform and these just didnt cut it.
Already coming apart at the seams. Very comfortable to wear but not a practical work boot.
Boots are very light and comfortable. However after only having them less than a year the uppers are separating from the soles on both the left and right boots. I'm a patrol Sgt. so I don't put as much wear and tear on them as I did other boots so they should have lasted much longer. Disappointed because they still feel good,
I’m a die hard Under Armour fan, I’ve loved and been with UA for 15 years and never been disappointed not once. But I purchased these boots at my local Big 5 and was beyond excited. A hour into my shift, I could feel the metal shank digging into the bottom of my foot, the Ankle Support rubbing against my ankle and fore foot and even with constant adjustments I just couldn’t get them to work out. It’s ridiculous but I was sad returning these. Literally sad because I was so excited for these.
Absolutely love these boots for light/medium duty. I’m on my feet 8-10 hours everyday and the valsetz is the most comfortable boot I’ve ever worn. This is my 3rd pair and the only boots I will wear. I've had 2 pairs of black and my current pair is ridge reaper.
Don't understand most of these reviews,...how long do you think a pair of boots suppose to last,...
but that's besides the point,...I've had mines for almost 2 yrs,...no problems,...normal wear and tear,...
So for all the split toe reviews,and and other bad reviews,...maybe they are the type that just can't take care of a pair of shoes,...we know that they are out there,...
So stop kicking rocks and just wear the boots,...they will only treat you well if you treat them well,...maybe they may have to come with some instructions for the ones with problems,...
I loved these boots for the first two months that I had them, but with daily use, that's about as long as they lasted. The soles didn't hold up and they split in the toes.
I am a police officer and these are the best boots I've ever worn, it feels like wearing sneakers all day. Super comfortable and very easy to put on and take off.
I have had mine for two years, and they are starting to look like they are ten years old, they don't have very good longevity. The sides on the inner-foot are coming off on both boots and the fabric on the inside of both heels is also torn and coming off.
I wear them in snowy winters and wet summers, they don't keep your feet dry at all and don't perform well in slippery conditions.
Based on the comfort level I would buy them again, but plan to replace them every two years.
I’m a newbie to UA. Never owned any UA gear of any kind. I bought these from a local Fireams store and man are they comfortable. I am super scared about all the negative reviews about durability though. I’m not military, security or law enforcement so I won’t be hammering these on the daily but with all the hype about UA and the price tag that goes with it I do have high expectations. I really want these to work out. What is the warranty policy in the event they don’t?