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Hot Weather Coyote Boot w/ Panama Outsole Style #8190

This is the 4th generation of one of the most successful combat boot platforms in U.S. military history. Preceded by the black/olive drab, all black, and desert tan versions, this model is in the new Coyote color. Made on the same exact equipment and general specifications as the original jungle boot, the proven durability and wear-ability continues for over 50 years now. McRae still manufactures the boot utilizing the DMS vulcanizing process with the original Panama rubber outsole. This product remains a favorite to many due to its practical features and well known performance. This boot meets AR670-1 and is Berry Amendment compliant.

Average Rating: 5.0 / 5 out of 4 reviews - Write a review

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Fit is consistent with standard issue military footwear. Boots should be purchased a full size smaller than casual shoes.



$131.95

Details

HeightHeight 8"
BottomMilitary specification oil, acid, and slip resistant vulcanized rubber Panama outsole
ComfortRemovable cushion polyurethane sock insert
Upper Coyote suede and 1000 denier Cordura upper
ToplinePadded collar
Closure SystemNylon coated speedhook & eyelet lacing system
VentilationNylon coated brass drainage vents promote rapid drying in wet conditions
OriginMade in USA
SizesSizes available: 5 - 12, 13 R & W

Reviews

Average Rating: 5.0 / 5 out of 4 reviews - Write a review

By: Ram (Verified Purchase) on May 24, 2020 at 05:09 pm
Rated: 5.0
I bought these 5 years ago. They are comfortable, don't smell, and have been through hell and back with them. But my hell and back ain't nearly as demanding as our service men's hell and back which is a testimony to their strength. They still have years of life left in them, only thing worn is the sole, which I wore the treads off at this point.
By: Evan (Verified Purchase) on May 08, 2020 at 12:47 am
Rated: 5.0
This is the best pair of shoes I have ever seen and had. Period. My neighbour and good friend had served in multiple conflicts, being Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. He had passed away due to cancer. I went to his house and saw that they were throwing away some boots because they were old and collected the smoke odour. I grabbed them up and cleaned them, which took many hours and I had to dump the baking soda in them to get rid of the smell. After hours of sitting in the sun and having baking soda in them, and spraying them with A TON of odour remover, I had finally removed the smokey smell. I have worn these boots a lot, and they are holding up very well. I believe he had worn these in the late in the '90s and early 2000s. So they have held up to active duty, and they were in storage for probably over a decade, in freezing temperatures and sweltering heat. These boots have highly impressed me with there ability to hold up. I am looking at getting the Hot Weather Jungle Panama Black Boots this summer, I only have a few pairs of shoes that I wear, them being 2 cheap pairs of steel-toed work boots, a pair of sneakers, and a good pair of Rocky boots (also very good quality). I am very impressed with the McRaes and Rocky boots. Kudos to the McRae Footwear company!!! You guys rock.
By: Craig A Rea (Verified Purchase) on May 14, 2019 at 06:08 pm
Rated: 5.0
I have worn combat boots since 1981. (28 years) McRae Footwear has my full recommendation!
By: Bruce (Verified Purchase) on Feb 12, 2018 at 11:00 pm
Rated: 5.0
Still just as durable as ever before. Wore a olive drab/black pair as a kid, multiple pairs of tan during my first 2 enlistments and now im wearing the coyote brown and they’ve been consistent in the sizing and wear. Ive wore every pair until the outsole was completely smooth and wore down and they never gave me blisters. The quality of this boot distances itself from competitors with similiar boots and never ceases to impress me.