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Danner Rivot TFX 8" Tan GTX NMT

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•  Durable, rough-out leather upper with rugged and lightweight 1000 Denier nylon
•  100% waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® lining
•  Space frame webbing design for increased range of motion
•  Speed lace fastening system for secure fit
•  Cushioning polyurethane footbed
•  Lightweight and stable performance of Danner's TERRA FORCE® X platform
•  Vibram® Rivot TFX® outsole for superior grip and mobility featuring 360 degree lug pattern for increased pivotal movements
•  Non-metallic toe meets or exceeds ASTM F2413-11 M 1/75 C/75 EH standards
•  Meets AR 670-1 requirements for optional wear
•  Fiberglass Shank
•  Made in the USA
•  Berry compliant
•  Imported
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Great boot if you can afford a set every 6 months
December 18, 2014

From: New Zealand Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
I left the Marines over a year ago and started a new career as a construction surveyor in New Zealand. The boots were purchased to keep up with the demands of outdoors work in semi-rugged terrain and provide toe protection with the added benefit of good water resistance. On the positive side, the boots are indeed comfortable and keep my feet from getting overly damaged. The job involves lots of slippery sloping terrain and the boots provide adequate support. 100 times better than a standard issue work boot. Unfortunately, as anyone working outdoors knows dryness is a number one concern for feet and it is here that the boot fails in the worst of ways. After only 6 months or less of use the Gore-Tex liner has completely failed in both boots which means that water infiltrates the boots not only when passing through standing water, but also just when making treks through morning wet grass. To add to the acceptableness of this, the boots allow water in, but cannot disperse the water afterwards. So when they get wet, they go into dry-out mode for about 2-3 days. Its great that I have the luxury of putting on a secondary set of steel toes (though they cause blisters) but I just don't see that as a feasible alternative to anyone going down range. I would stay away from these boots if you're needing water fastness and looking back had I known the troubles I would have either got another pair of Bates (which are still holding water fast after 2 years in service and one year out but are not NMT) or would have went with the model that includes side vents for water draining. Better to be able to dry than to just hold water.
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