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Used by law enforcement, security personnel, tactical operators, medical professionals and many others, tactical boots stand out from the pack. Usually black, these boots are stacked with features designed to excel in tactical operations. From lightweight synthetic options to heavy-duty composite-toe models, our tactical boots have the ability to cater to a range of roles. Confused at where to start? We’ve done you a solid and categorized each style by the occupation and features that set it apart. Browse our extensive collection, and find your perfect pair.

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Magnum 6" Stealth Force

5 out of 5

magnum 6''steslth force
Reviewer: james | new york
Date: 3/31/2015

excellent product

Bates 6" Code 6 SZ

5 out of 5

bates 6''code 6sz
Reviewer: james | new york
Date: 3/31/2015

excellent product

Original SWAT Classic 9"

3 out of 5

cheap-o-la!
Reviewer: Will | Roanoke
Date: 3/31/2015

I was issued these boots as a cadet at a large state university...you can figure out which one it is yourself.I had never heard of "Original SWAT," and half expected to be issued Bates, McRae's or Danners. Nope. First, these aren't even close to 9". My Nike SFB 2.0's (which are freaking awesome, I reviewed them earlier) are almost exactly 8". These are like 6.5", 7'. They make you look like a hobbit in ACU's/BDU's. I wore them for my initial training and on a couple rucks, and finally on a 13mi hike. My pinky toe on both boots popped out of the sides, six or seven eyelets literally tore out of the leather and the feel on the boots is awful. SO, if you wanna get boots for yard work, Airsoft/paintball, or if your kids want to play "army", go ahead and get these, because they're really cheap for what you're getting. If you're into boot camp, ROTC/OCS/Service Academy, or a garrison environment, these aren't worth it. I would HATE to wear these on a deployment, and they would probably fall apart after about a month or two of patrolling in Afghanistan. If you want good boots for garrison, go with Nike's or Rocky's. If you are deploying, get Bellevilles or McRae's.

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