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Military Boots

The Military Boots Leader

Every service member knows that a good, rugged pair of military boots can be life changing. The boots you lace up affect your speed, agility, accuracy and your ultimate performance. When they aren’t up to par, every obstacle is even more overwhelming. During a tough training or in a hostile environment, you need boots you can rely on.

Luckily, finding that perfect pair of military boots has never been easier. At TacticalGear.com, we offer a complete collection of footwear manufactured by world-class engineers at major military footwear suppliers. From Army-authorized coyote brown boots to the sleek sage boots Airmen favor, all branches can find an option that caters to them specifically.

Plus, every style is embedded with cutting-edge technologies designed to keep feet comfortable and, above all, protected. Your footwear should never hold you back. Stay on top of your game by shopping the best military boots on the market.

  • Blackhawk Military Boots
  • Danner Military Boots
  • Rocky Military Boots
  • Belleville Military Boots
  • Reebok Military Boots
  • NIKE Military Boots

Popular Military Boot Videos

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Recent Military Boot Reviews

    • McRae 8" Terassault Leather SZ

    • 5 star rating
    • bought as a gift
      Reviewer: t oshields

      my adult son works in an office but needed boots for his work around the home. he was unable to find "good, affordable boots" around our area, these are excellent and affordable. he loves them.

    • Tactical Research Khyber Mountain Hybrid II

    • 5 star rating
    • Fantastic boots, with slight modification!
      Reviewer: Nathan Banks

      As an archaeologist working in mountains, I got these boots for field work based upon features, ratings, etc. Upon receiving them, I also had a major seam problem only on the left boot, at first. The seam connecting the heel and calf segments, in the "Achilles'" area quickly rubbed the skin raw and doubling socks didn't help. I bought some adhesive heel liners for a couple of bucks and placed them over the seams (on both sides, just in case) and use a shoe horn to prolong the liners' life. Since then, they are fantastic! Possibly my favorite boots to date. They're very light and flexible, so they don't feel too far off "tennis" shoes with ankle support and good ventilation, but also featuring great, grippy, Vibram soles. As long as I don't wade, they're perfect. If I can predict wading, I'll wear some waterproof ones that day!