Altama 3LC Mil Spec

  • 2.5 star rating
  • Item #: 4158
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Altama 3LC Mil Spec

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  • Item #: 4158
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Altama 3LC Mil Spec

  • 3 Layers of Comfort
  • Height – 8"
  • Weight per pair: 3.70 lbs.
  • Sole Pattern – Vibram® Sierra
  • Cordura® & Tan Suede
  • Padded Collar
  • Outsole – Mil Spec Vibram® Sole
  • Midsole – Cushioned Polyurethane
  • Insole Heat Barrier
  • Removable Innersole – Cushioned Polyurethane
  • Nylon Coated Brass Speedhook/Eyelet Lacing System
  • Instep Drainage Vents
  • Made in USA

  • Description
    Altama

    Altama 3LC Mil Spec

    • 3 Layers of Comfort
    • Height – 8"
    • Weight per pair: 3.70 lbs.
    • Sole Pattern – Vibram® Sierra
    • Cordura® & Tan Suede
    • Padded Collar
    • Outsole – Mil Spec Vibram® Sole
    • Midsole – Cushioned Polyurethane
    • Insole Heat Barrier
    • Removable Innersole – Cushioned Polyurethane
    • Nylon Coated Brass Speedhook/Eyelet Lacing System
    • Instep Drainage Vents
    • Made in USA

Customer Reviews

    • 1.0 star rating
    • Cadet Impression
      Reviewer: C/ SGM Kiefer

      3/21/2014

      A friend and myself were issued these boots our first year of ROTC; we are in our third year now. The boots are heavy, not flexible, and overly stiff leather. I wore them through several Raider events and various PT training exercises. I developed a hot spot on the back of my heel because of the stiff leather, and foot pain from not having enough flexibility ( note that I have tough feet from years of soccer and running unlike most people. ) Overall; the boots are overpriced and are painful to put through any real training. Thank you for reading.

    • 5.0 star rating
    • I love these boots
      Reviewer: Aaron

      1/19/2014

      These are some of the best boots I have ever had. I got them before my deployment in 05. I have worn them almost ever day since then. I have replaced the insole a few times, but other than that they have held up extremely well. All most 10 years and I have just now replaced them.

    • 3.0 star rating
    • Really Good
      Reviewer: ARMY

      4/13/2013

      Really good boots I have had these for the past year doing intense training Only on thing the squishy part under the sole and the bottom of the boot is starting to peal as if the glue is not strong enough to withstand wet conditons

    • 1.0 star rating
    • Lot of dough for short life span.
      Reviewer: John

      10/26/2011

      I bought a pair of these boots, and they did not even make it through the break in period. The leather around the heal ripped before the soles even showed any signs of wear. I would not waste my money.