Full synthetic leather upper with tight weave nylon fill sits atop sculpted polyurethane soles designed exclusively for boxing. Built for quick footwork and speed. Beautiful embroidery complements any style. Approximate 12" height is ideal.
Owned For: 1+ years
Pros: Secure around the foot, ankle, and lower leg.
Cons: A lot to lace up.
(Posted on 1/10/2018)
Owned For: Less than a week
Pros: Just about everything!!!
Cons: You have to unlace them practically all the way down in order to put them on, and this is a little time-consuming, but that's the only con that I can think of.
Comments: Great boots!!!!!
(Posted on 6/9/2017)
Owned For: 3 - 6 months
Pros: Really good fit, durable, looks great, and easy to lace.
Cons: Really small tongue compared to size of my leg, toe is easily bent in when I do not have anything in the toe such as a balled up sock.
Comments: Really good boot. Bought them to use for boots as a professional wrestler and they are fantastic in the ring. They're very durable and easy to clean. I'd recommend them to anyone looking for a nice first pair of boxing/pro wrestling boots.
(Posted on 12/23/2016)
Owned For: 1+ years
Pros: Very good looking shoe/boot. Comfortable, Feels good and lightly supportive when properly (fully) laced. Can throw in washing machine when dirty. I purchased both white and black and swapped laces so each has contrast color laces which makes them look really sporty and matches the contrast lettering on the boot. I'm surprised they aren't sold with contrast color laces. Look great when worn with shorts, I wear them everywhere and all day long without feet getting tired of them. They are as comfortable as going barefoot, while protecting feet from gravel, rocks, dirt, and hot pavement. Receive many positive comments when wearing these shoes. Over the years, I have purchased several brands of simular boots, these are the least expensive, actually the most comfortable, and look as good as any. For the price, they are a real good buy and will provide the expected service or better for the price. I'm not a "fighter" so can't comment on their use for that, but don't see why they wouldn't be totally satisfactory. The closely spaced eyelets allow a nice secure feel when fully laced.
Cons: The insole is a paper material, disentagrated on second "trip" through washing machine, but was easily replaced with redily available (thick) insole insert which made the boot even more comfortable than original. They appear kind of cheaply made, maybe due primarily to the light weight, but "perform' as well as any, look fine when wearing, are definately worth what you pay. Eyelets seem too close together, requiring long laces and causing maybe 30 extra seconds to lace up and take off (this isn't a real big complaint, just something to put in the "con" catagory).
Comments: My 5 star rating is based on comparison of price to satisfaction as well as overall satisfaction with this boot, it's well worth the price. Lace the top eyelets from outside to in to make it easy to tuck the lace knots and ends inside the top of the boot and under the lacing for a cleaner and better "look", this also prevents coming untied.