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Shop our selection of Rocky combat boots that meet all Navy boots regulations at Rocky Boots. We offer a large range of high-quality and durable navy military boots that will work for your everyday training to combat. Our US Navy boots offer features like Gore-Tex and electrical hazard technology, protective toe options as well as puncture-resistant materials. Order your new Navy combat boots online today.

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We offer a moderate selection of United States Navy Boots to help meet your specific requirements. All of our Navy Boots are NAVPERS 15665I compliant or U.S. Navy Uniform compliant so you can be confident that they are authorized footwear for the Navy Working Uniform or NWU. Whether you require Black Safety Boots for a shipboard command duty or Gore-Tex Flight Boots for Naval aviator operations, carries the right military boot for you from an assortment of top manufacturers at the lowest prices online.

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Belleville was made famous through modern designs of their black combat boots, now primarily used by Navy and Coast Guard personnel They offer both hot and cold weather versions with a host of different options. The entry level Belleville 700 features a Vibram outsole, smooth leather and steel toe protection. The 700 is a cold weather model that adds Gore-Tex technology to keep your feet dry. The 700 ST is the steel toe version of the 700. The 770 is waterproof and insulated with 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The 800 ST is a boot designed for use on Navy flight decks and has a Vibram sole pattern designed specifically to minimize foreign object debris (FOD). The 880 ST adds Thinsulate insulation in addition to being flight deck ready. The 330 ST is a brown Navy flight boot designed for cold and wet weather.

With the arrival of the new OCP uniform, soldiers switched from desert tan boots to coyote brown boots. To meet AR 670-1 requirements, soldiers' boots must also be eight inches high and feature a soft toe.

Like the Army, the Air Force also adopted the OCP uniform, which means they too must wear coyote brown boots. While the Air Force is phasing out their sage green footwear, airmen may still use boots with composite toe boxes and side zippers.

The Coast Guard requires personnel to wear black, 8" - 10" boots with a composite toe cap for protection against heavy equipment. Barring those few requirements, the list of features is up to the guardsmen. Waterproof and slip-resistant styles are popular choices.

Marines' footwear choices are highly regulated. Their boots must feature an olive mojave or coyote brown colorway with the USMC Eagle, Globe and Anchor insignia on the heel. Marines may choose between soft toe or steel toe boots depending on their preference.

Navy sailors must wear steel toe boots that are black in color (although coyote brown or chocolate brown may be permissible in some instances). For extra slip resistance and water protection on deck, sailors may consider boots with a Vibram outsole and GORE-TEX lining.

Composite Toe Military Boots Composite toe caps are lighter than steel toe caps and much more protective than soft toe boots. Airmen and guardsmen are permitted to wear composite toe boots. Shop Composite Toe Military Boots

Soft Toe Military Boots Soft toe boots are extremely lightweight and comfortable. Army soldiers most often wear them as they are the only branch without the explicit option to wear a safety toe boot. Shop Soft Toe Military Boots

Steel Toe Military Boots Steel toe military boots offer heavy-duty protection against harsh blows. Navy sailors are required to wear them and Marines may wear them optionally. Shop Steel Toe Military Boots

Hot Weather Military Boots As the name implies, hot weather military boots are worn in arid, desert climates. Breathable and lightweight, they feature drain holes to let air in and sand out. Shop Hot Weather Military Boots

Jungle Military Boots With roots in the Vietnam War, jungle boots are worn in warm, wet weather. They have wide lugs to help clean mud easily and drain holes to allow water to spill out. Shop Jungle Military Boots

Lightweight Military Boots Unmatched in comfort and flexibility, lightweight military boots weigh in under 25 ounces per boot. Studies from the U.S. Army Research Institute have concluded that boot weight has a significant impact on fatigue. Shop Lightweight Military Boots

Waterproof Military Boots Waterproof boots are designed to let out sweat and keep outside water away from your feet. One of the most popular breathable waterproof membranes on the market is GORE-TEX, a lightweight, all-weather waterproof fabric. Shop Waterproof Military Boots

Side-zip Military Boots Designed for personnel to get in and out of them quickly, side-zip boots offer efficiency in the field. Airmen most often wear them as they are expressly permitted in their dress code. Shop Side-zip Military Boots

Berry-compliant boots must adhere to the Berry Amendment in which the Department of Defense stresses preference to goods produced in the United States. The materials of these products are American-made and the products themselves are manufactured on U.S. soil. Berry-compliant boots are unlikely to face conflict-based supply chain interruptions. Shop Berry Compliant Military Boots

Congress established the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 in an attempt to create an open and fair international trading system. TAA goods are produced either in the U.S. or by an international ally. The General Services Administration (GSA), which supplies products to U.S. government agencies, defers to the TAA when selecting its goods. GSA compliance ensures boots are produced in the USA or, at the very least, by a trading ally. Shop GSA-Compliant Military Boots

"Made in the USA" is a classic stamp of approval many customers look for when buying boots. Products with this label support the American economy and American workers. Boots designated "made in the USA" are assembled in domestic factories. The materials of these boots may come from abroad which might increase the likelihood of supply chain interruptions in the event of war, but the boots themselves are made right here at home. Shop Made in USA Military Boots

A boot's upper is the portion that wraps around your foot and (sometimes) up to and above your ankle. Uppers are made of many materials based on your service needs. Here are some upper materials to consider when choosing your boots.

Suede Also made from the flesh-facing portion of a hide, suede is known for its fuzzy texture. It is softer and more flexible than top grain leather but not as durable. Suede's flexibility means it is light, making it prime material for lightweight boots.

Synthetic leatherThis leather is not made from animal hide, but a polyester base with a polyurethane coating. It is more cost-effective than cattlehide leather but lacks quality and durability. If you need boots on a budget, synthetic leather is a good choice.

Waterproof membranesWaterproof membranes let water drain and keep water out. GORE-TEX is perhaps the best waterproof membrane for its flawless combination of waterproofing and breathability. GORE-TEX military boots offer comfortable, consistent levels of moisture protection.

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) CushioningThe most common midsole material, EVA, is comfortable and compression-resistant. Though EVA insoles may lose their form over time, an after-market insole can fix that. Boots with EVA midsoles help ease foot pain. Shop EVA-cushioned military boots for maximum comfort.

Polyurethane (PU)Polyurethane midsoles are heavier than EVA, so they keep their form over a longer period. As a result, they tend to be pricier than EVA midsoles. Consider PU midsoles to avoid wear and tear in your boots.

ShanksShanks are steel plates embedded in a boot's midsole. They provide protection against nails or jagged metal that may pierce a boot's sole and they provide balance when carrying heavy gear. Shop military boots with steel shanks for an unmatched level of protection.

RubberRubber is a common outsole material. One of the most popular rubber blends is Vibram. Grippy and flexible, Vibram holds its form and offers unparalleled traction on uneven surfaces. Shop our selection of rubber-soled military boots, or shop military boots with Vibram outsoles to experience the comfort and protection of a classic, high-performance rubber blend.

Polyurethane (PU)Polyurethane is mostly used in midsoles, but some boots do have PU outsoles. Polyurethane's wear resistance and waterproof properties make it an excellent choice of outsole material. Choose boots with PU outsoles for extra protection underfoot.

Lug (tread) PatternLug patterns are deep grooves in the sole of your boots. Military lug patterns are engineered with duty in mind: they are wide enough to clear themselves of mud and they give you grip on slippery surfaces. They accommodate climbing, rucking and running in sand. Consider boots with wide lugs for extra traction and balance. 041b061a72


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