Gear Up: {Men’s UA Micro G Valsetz Leather Waterproof Camo Tactical Boots}

The Valsetz keeps your feet and ankles well-supported without sacrificing flexibility and range of motion.

Gear Up
By Adventurtunity Family
Gear Up Ambassador

Performance. Comfort. Style. In that order. Whether you’re attacking the roughest terrain or strolling along a riverbank, Under Armour hiking boots take your adventures to new levels. The best athletes in the world trust their game with UA footwear, and you can too.

What sets it apart?

Traction, support and comfort are what make these boots so easy to wear. The lug pattern on the outsole combined with the oil- and slip-resistant compound provide confident grip on all kinds of surfaces. At an 8-inch height and constructed with full-grain leather, the Valsetz keeps your feet and ankles well-supported without sacrificing flexibility and range of motion. And long treks are no sweat with the full-length Micro G midsole that cushions every step with unmatched comfort. On top of all that, the boots are waterproof, too. So go ahead and stomp through that creek!

(Photo: Adventurnity Family)

How do you use it? 

Slide your feet in, lace ’em up and go find a challenging trail to put them through their paces. The Valsetz, worn with a solid pair of wool socks, is an unstoppable combination!

How much?

$155

Adventurtunity Family’s insight:

I recently got the Valsetz to begrudgingly replace my old UA hiking boots, which had more than their fair share of mountain miles on them. I loved those boots and wasn’t sure I’d find their equal. But from mile 1 in the Valsetz, I had all but forgotten my old boots. They were ready to go out of the box with little to no break-in period. My first hike in them was a 7-mile trek in Glacier National Park, and I was so impressed by the comfort and support! Rocks, dirt, mud and river crossings were a walk in the park (pun intended) and had me ready to go even farther if the sun wasn’t going down. Suffice it to say, I can’t wait to see where these boots take me!

More information:

Underarmour.com

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