By far the best boots I have ever worn. I have paid upwards of 500.00$ and as low as 20.00$ for boots and these are by far the best! They support my feet better than anything I own including running shoes. I can walk three times further with these boots than I can with running shoes. I ordered these boots on-line with no problems what soever and the delivery was quick.
I've worn many boots over the years. Let me say these Khybers are one of the best I've tried. Very comfortable right out of the box. They're lightweight, flexible but extremely supportive for those with weak arches. It comes with a hard plastic molded insole instead of a piece of rubber or foam. It makes a world of difference as far as foot fatigue goes. Well made product. Will buy again.
Great pair of boots. I wore these on a Colorado hunting trip and did not have a change to break them in. Fortunately, break in was minimal. By the second day they felt like an old pair of favorite sneakers. I wear them occasionally for outdoor activities like hiking, shooting, etc. They're definitely worth the money.
I'm writing this review after purchasing my second pair. My first pair lasted 3 years of Air Force duty. These boots were worn five times a week 8-10 hours a day for the last 3 years. I can't really ask for more out of a boot. Comfortable and long lasting.
I found these Khybers painful to wear. I only had them on a few hours at home but sent them back. I had a pair of Kiowas that were discontinued but also made by Belleville. I found these boots were too tight even though I ordered a wide. Painful and uncomfortable.
I bought these for my husband who was getting ready for a deployment to Korea. He likes the comfort and the tactical style which is less clumsy than the last pair he was wearing. Thumbs up and 5 stars!
This is my 2nd pair of the TR360s. The ones that this pair replaced were well-used. I them into the ground after almost a year and they finally broke beyond repair. Overall they are a great for the new generation of lightweight low profile combat boots but they are not as long lasting. I guess that's the cost of owning these new type of boots made from lightweight material. I'm still happy with my purchase for the price.
after 17 years in the army, i've owned wolverines, bates, converse, bellevilles, and finally these. i still like my bellevilles the best but i have to say that these tac research boots are pretty good. i have flat feet and these are on par with the bellevilles (probably because they are made by the same company) in terms of comfort and short break in. the only problem is i've owned these 5 months and have gone through 3 set of laces. i haven't had this problem with any other boot in the past but i do like to lace my boots tight to avoid friction and blisters which any soldier knows will be the end of you in the field. what i like though is these are the lightest boots i've owned so far and they are so easy to run in. really helps on 10mi rucks. i'm on the fence though about the laces. I guess the price you pay for a few sets of laces is be worth the benefits of this boot.
I got these on the advice of my sgt maj and they have been great. For comfort, i give 5/5 stars. They fit like a running shoe but have adequate ankle support without being restricting. So running in these is no problem. After about 8 months, some of the stitching is fraying but what do you expect they are made in china. So in the quality department , i give a 3/5 stars.
Great boots. I use them hiking in the mountains to manuver around rocks and stuff. With my other boots I'd always be triping over things cause of stuff getting caught on the heel. Buy these!
Love the fit on these and they look cool. buy these.
The comfort and fit of these have been impressive. I bought these for work and they are extremely comfortable while allowing me to crawl, kneel down, bend over, etc. I needeed a boot that would be good for tight areas like the crawlespaces and atics where I work and these fit the bill. The only thing is the laces they come with are crap. they snapped on me once when i was trying to get them on. Just buy a set of quality laces and youll be good.