What To Look For In A Cold-Wet Weather Military Boot

Created Date: : 27-Aug-2019 Written By: Scott Published In: Combat & Survival Hits: 2415 Comment: 0

We know the sun is shining now, but Summer is almost over and that means now is the time to start thinking about your cold-wet weather footwear. If you spend a lot of time outside in the winter, you’re probably very familiar with the common conditions encountered during the season: Deep snow, boggy mud, and cold, wet weather. Needless to say, cold and wet conditions require waterproof sturdy, high-quality military boots that have been built to protect feet from low temperatures and adverse weather conditions. After all, navigating harsh terrain during a winter storm is made slightly easier with reliable and comfortable footwear.

What To Look For In Military Boots For Cadets

Created Date: : 25-Nov-2019 Written By: Scott Published In: Combat & Survival Hits: 1619 Comment: 0

When it comes to finding a pair of Military boots for a fresh cadet there are a whole host of things to take into account on top of the regular concerns. Buying Military boots, in general, can be a difficult process with the vast number of options available in terms of style, comfort, price, fit and durability, finding a balance can be difficult at best.

We’ll list some of the key features to look out for and hopefully give you the insight you need to shop around and find the perfect Military boots for your Cadet.

A Group Of Royal Marine Cadets

Brown LOWA Z-6S GORE-TEX® Boots by Combat & Survival

Created Date: : 25-Feb-2015 Written By: Scott Published In: Combat & Survival Hits: 4700 Comment: 0

In this latest edition we have the LOWA Z-6S boots reviewed by Combat & Survival.

Polish Special Forces on Ex NOBLE JUMP by Combat & Survival

Created Date: : 02-Sep-2016 Written By: Scott Published In: Combat & Survival Hits: 3008 Comment: 0

Uniforms worn by the operators of the Polish Special Forces include, but are not limited to, Olive Green, MultiCam and A-TACS FG, dependent on specific operation or theatre. On Ex NOBLE JUMP both camouflage patterns were worn by operators participating in the dynamic display, and some of those on the static stances wore plain olive – clearly seen were the Lowa Desert Elite brown boots issued to units of the Polish SOF community.