Men's UA Valsetz RTS 1.5 Tactical Boots

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Style # 3021034
RP 2,199,000
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Product DNA

Our goal was to create tactical boots with all the durability you need to get the job done, combined with the comfort of a running shoe. Mission accomplished. What we built was a pair of best-selling boots trusted by men and women in uniform all over the world.
  • Lightweight, durable synthetic leather & updated textile upper
  • UA ClutchFit™ ankle support system contours & provides supports where you need it most
  • TPU toe cap for added protection
  • Welded PU film surrounds the perimeter of the boot for abrasion resistance
  • Molded, anti-microbial Ortholite® sockliner
  • Ultralight Micro G™ EVA midsole for all day comfort
  • Lightweight TPU shank for mid-foot support & the right amount of rigidity
  • New, high traction rubber lug outsole for grip in a variety of conditions
  • Height: 7”
  • Weight: 13.58 oz.
  • Imported
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Review Summary

40 Reviews
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Fell apart in 9 months..

These boots were very comfortable and light weight while they lasted but they fell apart in less than 9 months. The stitches started coming out and the soles started separating from the boot. I've owned several pairs of UA boots in the past and these were the only onse I've had a problem with.

Good product

Comfortable, lightweight, stylish, and perfectly fit.

Comfortable

Mostly comfortable besides for around the ankle. Feels like the laces are too tight even though they’re not laced up really tight.

Most comfortable tactical boot

These were the best purchase i'v made in a long time. I work security for a hospital on my feet for 12hr shifts and can honestly say my feet never hurt. Doesn't even feel like I have boots on. Thank you for making the most comfortable work boot out there.

Great Boots

True to fit, light, great to run in! Great 4 hiking

Shipment not receive

I havn't receive it yet. Would you please send me the tracking number?

POOR STITCHING, JUST BUY TENNIS SHOES

I previously owned the Valsetz 1.0 but had to return them after the toe constantly fell apart with regular use. I bought the 1.5 after being promised they fixed all the old problems from the 1.0. Boots are currently only a year old with no heavy usage in combat or sports. Not even at a job site. Toe stitching held up longer than the 1.0 but eventually did start falling apart from the edges with just normal regular use (street walking, shopping, ect.) They breathed pretty well up until the first time they got wet and dirty (it started to rain while I was walking). Ever since they got wet, they do not breath well at all. The fabric is also made to look like it's rip stop, but it's not. Got a small nick behind the toe from something that normally should not have torn the material. Tear kept getting larger and larger from normal use until it was the size of a walnut. Holds in moisture and mold like nobody's business. The sole held up though. Been about to put at least 50 miles of walking on concrete to them before they were worn flat. Heel has always been and will always be absolutely terrible. No matter which version, my heel has worn a hole in the back of the inside of the boots. The same fabric that coats the inside of the rest of the boot is used in the heel rather than a patch of some other more durable material. Serious design flaw. That hole has curls of fabric that wear blisters into my heel. For the same price I just ordered me some USMC RAT boots as a replacement.

A year of GORUCK events and everyday wear for work

In the year since I bought mine, I've done numerous GORUCK events (look it up if you don't know), a few $partan events, weekly hikes in the Pac Northwest, and everyday wear for work. I stand on ladders or concrete all day for work. That all adds up to a lot of time and miles. Some pretty hard abusive miles. I've even some really stupid stuff like a 55 mile ruck with a 55lb ruck on my 55th birthday. They held up just fine. The only real wear spots are on the fabric areas at the toe creases, which is where all my shoes and boots have always ended up giving out. I typically go through 2 pairs of shoes a year for rucking, and switched to boots 2 years ago. These are the longest surviving pair. Light, comfortable, mostly ok drainage, and good 'rolling' footbed for long rucks.

Comfortable boot, Not for everyday

I have been using the boot for about 2 months for driving my manual jee offroad and light hiking. The boot does feel like its been abused just from driving and hiking. I usually wear a 11 but I got a size 12 because the fit was very narrow

Comfort but for only a minute

It’s the most comfortable police style boot I’ve ever worn, but at only a 53 shift life span, not worth the money. My coworkers lasted only 40 shifts!