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    Tolik
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    When I was doing a project out of state a few months ago , I was making some very good money on that project . I knew I needed a decent pair of boots , so I did some searches , I cant just wear any boot as most hurt my feet , and feel like you have a 4 year old child holding on to your legs when you try to run in them , so one priority was light weight . I found that a lot of police were using the Under Armor boots , and after reading the reviews , I took the chance and ordered some . Best boots I ever wore !!!!!! they are light as a feather , good ankle support , and an odd tread pattern , that tread pattern I tested on the conditions of where I was at on ice ……the tread pattern would not slip on iced over sidewalks or streets . They feel like a good pair of sneakers , and again , very light . Do not get this confused with the valsets boots , which most reviews say are poorly made .

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    osagemarine
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    Thanks.

    #5640
    Mr. Red
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    I’ve read great stuff on UA boots. Might get myself a pair later this year, but my Cabelas are holding out real well so I’ll have to wait and see.

    Canadian Patriot. Becoming self-sufficient.

    #5643
    Tolik
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    I should warn people , I would not consider these work boots , these are tactical boots , made for if you need to run a lot , they are pricy , but no break in period , they are comfortable from the get go ;)

    #5648
    Mr. Red
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    Oh my friend I need not get new work boots. I’ve got countless pairs of those haha. Something you can never go wrong with is a good pair of boots, no matter what they’re purpose is.

    You’ll always need something for your feet, good boots = good investment.

    Canadian Patriot. Becoming self-sufficient.

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