The Hot Weather Mountain Combat Boot is a revolutionary hybrid combat boot that conquers mountainous areas as well as rough terrain. Once you wear this boot in the field, you will realize that it represents a significant step forward in tactical footwear.
These boots were designed by Belleville Shoe -- a leading supplier of military footwear to the Department of Defense -- in conjunction with the special forces community to provide a sturdy, rugged boot that gives excellent ground feel and mobility.
The 990 Hot Weather Combat Boot is made of highly abrasive resistance fabric and grain-side out Nubuck leather, a smooth and water-resistant leather. Though the 990 boot is not waterproof, it manages moisture and dries quickly in mountainous operational environments. Featuring perforated drainage vents with built-in mesh screen allow water to drain while keeping debris out.
Belleville has been making combat boots for Uncle Sam since World War I and is currently the largest boot supplier to the Department of Defense, but when they set out to design a new line of tactical combat boots (dubbed Tactical Research), they did not let tradition hold them back. They pioneered a novel approach that provides everything you need – reliability, stability, and traction – in a lightweight, comfortable boot that provides sure footing and an improved feel for the ground.
Why clunk around with an inch or two of rubber stuck to the bottom of your feet when you can glide through your area of operations?
These are men's boots. For women's sizes, order 2 size down from your regular shoe size (i.e. if you wear a woman's size 8, order a size 6).