When duty calls in blistering conditions, the Sage Green Danner USAF TFX 8 inch Waterproof Safety Toe Military Boot is ready to serve. This Danner boot has a Dri-Lex lining that offers rapid drying and air exchange to keep you feet cool and comfortable even when the battle heats up.
Danner's Terra Force X platform gives this Air Force boot lightweight, durable traction, heel-to-toe energy transfer and side support to enhance maneuverability. The 100 percent waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex liner in these Danner Boots is engineered to keep your feet dry and comfortable, even in extreme conditions. A Fatigue Fighter footbed in the Danner USAF TFX military boot delivers all-day comfort even when you are most active. The Vibram 1276 outsole with Danner's classic stitchdown construction provides a stable platform and superior durability. And the rough out full-grain leather is not only tough but good looking.
The Sage Green Danner 26117 is approved for optional wear by the USAF. For added protection, these Air Force Boots have strong as steel non-metallic composite safety toes. Composite safety toes won't conduct heat or cold to the foot. In addition, these composite safety toes are lightweight and meet or exceeds ASTM standard F2413-05 I/75 C/75 EH. Lightweight, comfortable and fast, you won't regret getting a pair of these Danner USAF TFX Sage Green Boots. Order these Danner 8 Inch Safety Toe Waterproof Air Force boots online.
Terra Force X technology in these Danner Air Force Boots is designed to maximize comfort and performance. The overall x frame design teams with the shank for unrivaled heel-to-toe energy transfer. This also provides additional traction and sheds additional weight. The upper part of the platform is nested into the midsole through an extremely durable stitch construction while the exposed external shank wraps around the arch providing stability and support.
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