Check out the reviews and videos for the Nike SFB vs Under Armour Jungle Rat boot and you make the decision which one is best for your feet.
These are the best lite weight boat money can buy, Now, I will tell you the bottoms are made of a softer rubber material so they will were down quickly if you use them on concrete or asphalt as I do but the trade off is well worth it. The Nike Special Field Boots are super comfortable and I go through two pairs a year so for a 280 per year I never have to worry about my footwear and the comfort of my feet. And for all of us out there that are a true size 12.5 good luck with other boots. This boot comes in a 12.5!
Under Armour Jungle Rat review by Chris:
I purchased these boots 6 months ago. Within the first month my boot laces broke. I’m not going to judge a pair of boots based on the laces but I did think that was odd. I work in an indoor environment walking on cement floors for 12+ hours a day, 4 days a week. I’ve worn these boots everyday at work for the last 6 months. They are very lightweight and comfortable. However yesterday while tying my boots the top eyelet for the laces pulled right off the boot. Although frustrating, I was able to skip the top eyelet on the other side to match and just wrap the laces around my ankle once to get me through my shift. I called Under Armour with crossed fingers hoping they honor their product. Yup! Without skipping a beat they apologized for the inconvenience, emailed me a return shipping label and will be mailing me a brand new pair of Under Armour Jungle Rat Boots. They informed me I am the first to report this problem so hopefully its just a fluke and yours will be fine. I maintain a 5 star rating for Under Armour’s customer service and lightweight comfort of these boots with its very reasonable price point.
Question: What about the Under Armour Valsetz vs Rocky C4T boots? Or UA FNP boots vs nike fsb. Both are great boots so I would find out first which one fits your foot the best.
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