Original SWAT Classic 9" Side Zip Boots, , hi-res


Original SWAT

Original SWAT Classic 9" Side Zip Boots

Item #: orig_115201


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The Original SWAT Classic 9" Side Zip Boots are an easy-to-wear, slip-resistant and highly protective duty boot for law enforcement and security officers. Engineered for the unique requirements of department-specialty personnel, this tactical boot delivers advanced performance, comfort and protection features that are hard to find anywhere else.

With these high rise black police boots, you can stay looking sharp and feeling fresh even after multiple shifts. The custom-molded EVA midsole provides your feet with an extra layer of padding and high-performance protection while the Texon stability platform keeps allows you to move from side to side without the risk of twisting injuries. So for those in your line of work, where anything is possible, these features alone are worth their weight in gold.

The leather and nylon uppers of these moisture-wicking police boots are extremely sturdy and easy to care for, too. All of the external hardware is easy to clean and built for long-lasting durability to keep you focused on your tasks and ready for inspection if required.

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  • 115201 | 115202
  • Suede Leather
  • Cordura┬« 1000 Denier Nylon Upper
  • Foam Padded Collar and Tongue
  • Scotchgard┬« Protects Suede from Spills and Stains
  • Gusseted Tongue
  • Durable Brass Alloy, Rust Proof Hardware
  • Moisture-Wicking Lining with AEGIS Antimicrobial Protection
  • Removable Custom Fit EVA Insole
  • Custom-Molded Phylon EVA Midsole for Lightweight Comfort
  • Texon Stability Platform for Lateral Support
  • Stitched Heel and Toe for Durability and Increased Service Life
  • Steel Shank for Superior Support
  • Custom-Molded Thermoplastic Heel Counter and Toe Box
  • Classic Outsole: Slip and Oil-Resistant, Non-Marking Rubber, Exceeds the ASTM F2913-11 Test Standards

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