Rocky S2V Tactical Military Boot

Comfortable black military boots made in America

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Comfortable black military boots made in America

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The Rocky® S2V Tactical Military Boots are the ultimate combat boots. This footwear is the top choice for all military personal because they are built for quick maneuvers and fast-paced action.

The flash- and water-resistant leather is geared to protect your feet from quick flashes and rope burn. The boots also boast 1,000-Denier CORDURA® technology in the sides and panels with a PTFE coating that serves as a flame retardant.

These black boots can easily handle wet conditions thanks to the drainage vents that push water out of your boots. Wicking Dri-Lex® lining and stretch LYCRA® tongues hug your feet for a comfortable fit so you can keep on going longer.

To maximize comfort, the military boots also have triple-stitched uppers and proprietary high-walled Vibram® soles, along with a perforated Air-Portā„¢ cushion footbed and PU midsoles. They are outfitted with an Aegis® Microbe Shield to prevent bacteria and fungus growth.

Made in the USA, the Rocky S2V Tactical Military Boots are Berry Compliant. Eight inches in height.

    • Flash- and water-resistant leather
    • 1,000 Denier CORDURA® in sides and panels in treated PTFE coat for flame resistance
    • Wicking Dri-Lex lining and stretch Lycra tongues hug feet for secure fit
    • Proprietary high-walled Vibram soles with perforated Air-Port™ cushion footbed and PU Midsoles
    • Made in the USA, Berry Compliant
    • Drainage vents
    • Aegis Microbe Shield prevents bacteria and fungus growth that cause rot and foot discomfort
    • 8 Inches in height
Rocky S2V Tactical Military Boot is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Distance Marching Boot I bought these boots after for the 4 Days Marches in Nijmegen (aprox. 180kms in 4 days with min 23lbs ruck) as all of the issued boots I tried transferred to much impact shock and anything above 20kms felt like my feet had been beaten with a bat. This purchase is the sole reason I can still consider completing the rigorous work-up training and complete the actual marches. These 'go-fast ninja slippers' are the envy of some, and I would recommend them to anyone based on the comfort factor alone. The features are just an added benefit (triple stitching and the vents). Absolutely love them - THANKS
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Boot, tight in the beginning I recently purchased these for work (I'm a police officer), and they are a great duty boot. After 12+ hours on my feet, a few minutes sitting down was all I needed to feel rejuvenated. The reason it only got 4 stars is because when I purchased these boots, they were really tight across the top (where the tongue and leather are sewn together.) I wore them for about 3-4 days before the pain was too difficult to manage. I McGuyver'd a way to stretch the leather by stuffing a rigid round cup into the boot overnight, forcing the leather to stretch. It worked marvelously. I just wish that Rocky thought of that before I did.
Date published: 2014-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth 6 months of wear Paid 317 after tax and they started coming apart in 6months that's with me rotating back and forth to my issued gp's brought in for warranty at the 8 month point with the rubber completely separated at the does and stitching broken and they won't warranty because it is apparently wear and tear. I am a signaler in a mechanized Squadren and spend my time riding around in lavs so god forbid your dismounted because they won't hold up. I will say they were the most comfortable boot I've put on my feet but durability sucks they are worth 120 bucks at best
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slippery When Wet Purchased boots May 2014. Wear them every day at work in an automotive garage and everywhere else. These were an average boot. The laces broke 4 months in. Most of the tread had worn off in 6 months and now the heal is worn though to the inside layer a year in. They have excellent traction on any dry surface. They aren’t bad on wet asphalt. But if you transition from wet asphalt to anything else like concrete or tile you will immediately lose your footing. You will never maintain your footing walking on wet rocks. These are marketed as a military boot so the quick sole wear may be attributed to the oil environment they were sometimes subjected to. However the total lack of wet traction should rule these out for anything but desert military.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good boots I have had several pairs of these boots now. I have taken on some of the most rugged terrain in south east queensland, Australia, in my job as a tree poisoner, i have to go up and down some steep places. From new, the boots have all been comfortable, with no break in period. I never do anything to look after the boots, they are work boots for me, pure and simple, so i don't care what they look like, i just wear them, until they die. They dry quickly, when they get wet. They don't cook my feet either, in the extremely hot days of summer, as i like to wear thick socks. The sole is excellent, and provides good grip, until worn out. The only one complaint with these boots is the lace eyes, I have to replace laces quite regularly.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Boot I purchased this boot a month ago and decided to give them some time to break in before reviewing them. The boot fits good and runs true to size, mine was a little tight so I used some mink oil on them and they have loosened up a little. They are very comfortable which I appreciate as I'm on my feet 12 hours a day on concrete. I only have three issues with the boot. One the laces seam thin and cheep but overall that is an easy fix. Secondly they are pretty slippery when on wet concrete but not very many boots grip well under that condition. Third is the cost but if they last who cares. Overall the boot is a very nice boot with little to no changes needed, time will tell if they hold up longer that the boots I have had in the past.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Boot! I am a 34 year active duty military and I've had my share of uncomfortable boots during my time in the field. I finally found a Perfect Boot that breaths, is comfortable, and durable. I've been wearing them for over a month and they are simply the best!
Date published: 2015-11-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Concept. Execution Could Be Better I like the idea of the S2V Boots. The boots are very stable, and they are more of an athletic fit, but not so much that these boots get torn up during duty use. The two issues that I have with these boots, are the fit and the treatment of the leather. First, the upper half of the boot is extremely loose fitting. So much so that I can not cinch the laces tight enough. The eyelets make contact with one another before the boots get tight. I realize every person has a different shaped foot, and some people may not have this issue. However, I have several boots from Meindle, Haix, and Lowa, and none of these European brands have this issue. Having worked for a company that manufacture footwear, I suspect that Rocky chose not to use an anatomical last when they constructed these boots. I have a pair of Oakley boots that have the same problem. Secondly, these boots are treated with some kind of waterproofer which makes them impossible to shine. I suspect this was done to keep the leather from rotting when exposed to water, however for a duty boot, this is a little much. I can polish these boots in the morning, and by the end of my shift, all of the polish has wiped off. I served in the Marine Corps, so I know how to polish boots, but nothing I've tried has kept a polish on these boots longer than a day. I also believe that this treatment reduces some of the breathability of these boots. I have a few pairs of Gore-Tex boots, and they seem to breathe better than these boots, which are unlined.
Date published: 2014-04-05
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Rocky S2V Tactical Military Boot is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Distance Marching Boot I bought these boots after for the 4 Days Marches in Nijmegen (aprox. 180kms in 4 days with min 23lbs ruck) as all of the issued boots I tried transferred to much impact shock and anything above 20kms felt like my feet had been beaten with a bat. This purchase is the sole reason I can still consider completing the rigorous work-up training and complete the actual marches. These 'go-fast ninja slippers' are the envy of some, and I would recommend them to anyone based on the comfort factor alone. The features are just an added benefit (triple stitching and the vents). Absolutely love them - THANKS
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Boot, tight in the beginning I recently purchased these for work (I'm a police officer), and they are a great duty boot. After 12+ hours on my feet, a few minutes sitting down was all I needed to feel rejuvenated. The reason it only got 4 stars is because when I purchased these boots, they were really tight across the top (where the tongue and leather are sewn together.) I wore them for about 3-4 days before the pain was too difficult to manage. I McGuyver'd a way to stretch the leather by stuffing a rigid round cup into the boot overnight, forcing the leather to stretch. It worked marvelously. I just wish that Rocky thought of that before I did.
Date published: 2014-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth 6 months of wear Paid 317 after tax and they started coming apart in 6months that's with me rotating back and forth to my issued gp's brought in for warranty at the 8 month point with the rubber completely separated at the does and stitching broken and they won't warranty because it is apparently wear and tear. I am a signaler in a mechanized Squadren and spend my time riding around in lavs so god forbid your dismounted because they won't hold up. I will say they were the most comfortable boot I've put on my feet but durability sucks they are worth 120 bucks at best
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slippery When Wet Purchased boots May 2014. Wear them every day at work in an automotive garage and everywhere else. These were an average boot. The laces broke 4 months in. Most of the tread had worn off in 6 months and now the heal is worn though to the inside layer a year in. They have excellent traction on any dry surface. They aren’t bad on wet asphalt. But if you transition from wet asphalt to anything else like concrete or tile you will immediately lose your footing. You will never maintain your footing walking on wet rocks. These are marketed as a military boot so the quick sole wear may be attributed to the oil environment they were sometimes subjected to. However the total lack of wet traction should rule these out for anything but desert military.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good boots I have had several pairs of these boots now. I have taken on some of the most rugged terrain in south east queensland, Australia, in my job as a tree poisoner, i have to go up and down some steep places. From new, the boots have all been comfortable, with no break in period. I never do anything to look after the boots, they are work boots for me, pure and simple, so i don't care what they look like, i just wear them, until they die. They dry quickly, when they get wet. They don't cook my feet either, in the extremely hot days of summer, as i like to wear thick socks. The sole is excellent, and provides good grip, until worn out. The only one complaint with these boots is the lace eyes, I have to replace laces quite regularly.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Boot I purchased this boot a month ago and decided to give them some time to break in before reviewing them. The boot fits good and runs true to size, mine was a little tight so I used some mink oil on them and they have loosened up a little. They are very comfortable which I appreciate as I'm on my feet 12 hours a day on concrete. I only have three issues with the boot. One the laces seam thin and cheep but overall that is an easy fix. Secondly they are pretty slippery when on wet concrete but not very many boots grip well under that condition. Third is the cost but if they last who cares. Overall the boot is a very nice boot with little to no changes needed, time will tell if they hold up longer that the boots I have had in the past.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Boot! I am a 34 year active duty military and I've had my share of uncomfortable boots during my time in the field. I finally found a Perfect Boot that breaths, is comfortable, and durable. I've been wearing them for over a month and they are simply the best!
Date published: 2015-11-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Concept. Execution Could Be Better I like the idea of the S2V Boots. The boots are very stable, and they are more of an athletic fit, but not so much that these boots get torn up during duty use. The two issues that I have with these boots, are the fit and the treatment of the leather. First, the upper half of the boot is extremely loose fitting. So much so that I can not cinch the laces tight enough. The eyelets make contact with one another before the boots get tight. I realize every person has a different shaped foot, and some people may not have this issue. However, I have several boots from Meindle, Haix, and Lowa, and none of these European brands have this issue. Having worked for a company that manufacture footwear, I suspect that Rocky chose not to use an anatomical last when they constructed these boots. I have a pair of Oakley boots that have the same problem. Secondly, these boots are treated with some kind of waterproofer which makes them impossible to shine. I suspect this was done to keep the leather from rotting when exposed to water, however for a duty boot, this is a little much. I can polish these boots in the morning, and by the end of my shift, all of the polish has wiped off. I served in the Marine Corps, so I know how to polish boots, but nothing I've tried has kept a polish on these boots longer than a day. I also believe that this treatment reduces some of the breathability of these boots. I have a few pairs of Gore-Tex boots, and they seem to breathe better than these boots, which are unlined.
Date published: 2014-04-05
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