Rothco GI Jungle ST

  • 3 star rating
  • Item #: 5781
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  • Item #: 5781
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Rothco GI Jungle ST

Note: Rothco offers a 15-day limited warranty on military boots. These boots are not built to withstand battlefield conditions.

Rothco boots tend to run a half size to a full size too large. We recommend ordering a half or a full size down. This means if you wear a size 10, you should order a size 9.5 or 9.

  • 8" steel toe jungle boots
  • Upper: black canvas with 5 X 6 vamp leather
  • Back stay: cow corrected leather
  • Tongue: canvas
  • Eyelets: 9 pair of black aluminum
  • Shank: steel
  • Insole: wood oak cardboard, thickness 1.9 - 2.0mm
  • Sole: "Panama" black composition rubber
  • Sole pull strength: 110kg - 130kg/M2 pull elongation: >300%
  • Flexion: 4 ten thousand times
  • Stick rate: 60 kgs/cm2 width
  • Rothco logo "R" to be imprinted on heel & inner pad

Rothco boots tend to run half to a full size large

  • Description
    Rothco

    Rothco GI Jungle ST

    Note: Rothco offers a 15-day limited warranty on military boots. These boots are not built to withstand battlefield conditions.

    Rothco boots tend to run a half size to a full size too large. We recommend ordering a half or a full size down. This means if you wear a size 10, you should order a size 9.5 or 9.

    • 8" steel toe jungle boots
    • Upper: black canvas with 5 X 6 vamp leather
    • Back stay: cow corrected leather
    • Tongue: canvas
    • Eyelets: 9 pair of black aluminum
    • Shank: steel
    • Insole: wood oak cardboard, thickness 1.9 - 2.0mm
    • Sole: "Panama" black composition rubber
    • Sole pull strength: 110kg - 130kg/M2 pull elongation: >300%
    • Flexion: 4 ten thousand times
    • Stick rate: 60 kgs/cm2 width
    • Rothco logo "R" to be imprinted on heel & inner pad

  • Size Chart

    Rothco boots tend to run half to a full size large

Customer Reviews

    • 1.0 star rating
    • BAD, BAD, BAD, BAD!!!!!!!
      Reviewer: Matt B

      9/1/2014

      I've had the tan speed-lace version of these specific Rothco boots because they were more affordable at the time than Altama or Belleville, and for the two years i had them in JROTC i hated them, throughout the time i had them i couldn't break them in properly, they gave me painful blisters under preexisting calluses, i would twist and roll my ankles in these boots. and these boots had no arch support whatsoever. I didn't bother trying to return or demand a refund, the boots went straight to the garbage and i went to Big 5 for a pair of commercial RG TF Desert 8" SZ before i got badly injured (after that mess i had enough $ for Belleville 300 Des st, now all is well). I strongly dislike Rothco boots because 90% of the time, they're junk.

    • 3.0 star rating
    • decent boot - bad sizing
      Reviewer: CS

      6/3/2014

      these boots are 1.5-2 sizes too large. i am a 10, and that one was huge on me. returned it for a 9 and though i'm keeping it, it still is too big. probably an 8 would have fit best. they also smell like gasoline/new pavement so can't keep them in the house in the beginning.

    • 3.0 star rating
    • Eh alright
      Reviewer: Andrew

      3/23/2014

      I was looking for your stereotypical combat boots and I got these which were of course cheep. Just walking around school and back and forth from school with them the entire bottom of the shoe was gone in 3-4 months....you get what you pay for.

    • 1.0 star rating
    • Junk Junk Junk
      Reviewer: Richard

      8/18/2013

      Dont' waste your money.I have worn this type of boot for 40 years. Rothco boots are junk. I now have $31.00 just in shipping, and the boots still dont' fit.The first pair were steel toe and the steel should have been put in a size four boot not an eight. The secound pair measured the same inside as a size ten, I ordered a size eight. The inside toe area was 3/4" above my toe. I could swim in this size eight boot, and I take a size nine. Do not waste your money with this product. I should have known when it says made in china.

    • 3.0 star rating
    • boots
      Reviewer: hunter

      5/12/2013

      i loved them at first but once i realy started to wear them they did not hold up well so i did not wear them as much but then i went hiking and the whole outer sole fell off so now im waiting for ace hardware to get a new shipment of gorilla glue

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Great for CAP and JROTC.
      Reviewer: C/MSgt Hargrove, CAP

      1/23/2013

      I'm a CAP (Civil Air Patrol) Cadet and I needed some new boots to replace the ones issued to me for my BDUs. And I have to say, for the price, these are some really, REALLY nice boots. I loved the steel toe feature as well. They are great for encampment if they are broken in. For 50 bucks you can't go wrong, and I got them for 30. I don't recommend these for ground team or hiking boots, but if your looking for a strong boot to use for your BDUs or just to walk around in, get these. I also recommend buying some good insoles. They don't come with them.

    • 4.0 star rating
    • Good Boot, Does The Job. Problem With Eyelet.
      Reviewer: Frey356A

      10/29/2012

      Militaryboots.com Sends these in a nice box. They have that Factory smell once you open the box. Out of the Box these boots look good. These boots do not come with insoles, so I recommend buying a pair Rothco brand ones. Your feet will love you. All around the boot had a quality feel to it. The steel toe part works great. I had these for a little less then a year, and I started having problems with the shoe lace eyelets falling out. I contacted militaryboots.com which contacted Rothco the maker. They ended up sending me a brand new pair, because of the problem. It says something about Rothco and militaryboots.com, they care about there customers. I would recommend this boot for a person looking for a good pair of steel toe jungle boots. I don't see these boots lasting 20 years, but would last a while. It's a good bang for the Buck.