Rocky C4T Trainer Military Duty Boot

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Training with Confidence, Courage, Commitment and Comfort. The Rocky® C4T Trainer Military Duty Boot is the lightest military performance boot Rocky has ever made. Designed for rigorous training, the Rocky C4T is a game changer.

The boot's lightweight EVA/rubber outsole resists anything you can throw at it: slips, oils, heat, abrasions, chemicals and metal chips.

Helping you focus on the task at hand, this is water-resistant and fast-drying military boot. You have work to do and can't be distracted by wet boots. The Rocky C4T keeps up.

Lacing may seem minor to some, but it's important when your day consists of rigorous work. There's no time to waste and long-lasting laces are a must, so Rocky designed this military boot with speed eyelets and NATO hooks through which you can pull your 550 cord laces.

The Rocky C4T Trainer allows you to move light-footed while providing outstanding support.

This round-toe boot has no metal parts.

PLEASE NOTE:

The C4T does not meet the requirements of AR 670-1 or DA PAM 670-1. We recommend discussing these boots with your chain of command before purchasing.

    • Lightweight
    • All man made upper
    • Water-resistant/ fast-drying
    • EVA/ rubber outsole
    • 550 cord laces
    • 100% non-metallic
    • Speed lace eyelets and NATO hooks
    • 8 Inches in height
    • Not Military Compliant
Rocky C4T Trainer Military Duty Boot is rated 3.9783 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome!!! These boots are awesome. We bought them thru my son's JROTC. They are light weight and he really likes them. He ran The Extreme Fugitive Run in Rolla MO this past week end. 8 to 10 miles of running and 100 obstacles, when he was done he commented on how AWESOME his boots are.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So comfortable Bought these a few weeks ago because I really needed an alternative to the issued boots. I ended up choosing these over the Nike SFB. The main draw for me had been the weight and flexibility of the C4T and true to its description, I honestly felt like I was lighter when I walked with them for the first time. They feel like Nike free runs. The first day it rubbed my achilles heel pretty raw but that was more to do with the fact that I just tied them way too tight but after that, it's heaven on my feet. They are so easy to run in and make rucking a worlds easier. I am a size 9 in women's so I got a 7.5 men's and it fits perfectly although I probably should've sized up and gotten an 8 because it's too narrow for most boot socks that I own so I need to go and buy some thinner socks now. Otherwise it's a great boot and I'm extremely happy with it!
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY THIS BOOT I am a soldier in the U.S. Army and I bought this boot several weeks ago after finishing Basic Training and AIT. It is a great boot and I was excited to finally be able to wear something other than the standard issue boots only to find out that the C4T is NO LONGER UNIFORM COMPLIANT! The Army in all it's infinite wisdom is changing the rules again and this boot is UNAUTHORIZED because it is made of synthetic materials and not cowhide leather.
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from (Was) One of my favorite garrison boots Purchased these boots a couple years ago after finishing basic. They're lightweight and pretty comfortable. After breaking them in, they were my favorite garrison boot. Now, they're no longer AR 670-1 compliant so, oh well. A GREAT boot to buy if you're wanting to wear Army-style boots but you're not in the Army. CONS: ROPE CLIMBING!! My experience with trying to climb a rope with these was rough. The arch portion of my boot was very slick and I had a real hard time getting a firm foothold with these boots. Bottom line: Good boots. Don't buy them for Army use as of this date.
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Comfortable I bought these boots upon returning from deployment. Right off the bat they were the most comfortable boots I'd ever worn. Within one day I bumped my toe on a piece of angle iron and a chunk came off with ease. I continued to wear them for the next year on another deployment. I loved them. Rucking, running, and gunning, they performed great! By the end of my deployment that same toe I had taken a chunk out of wore the rest of the way through. I bought a new pair of these boots and my first day wearing them, the seems connecting the leather and the mess burst. The third day, the other boot did the same. All in all, these boots feel great but I feel the quality is sub par. If you can get a decet pair, and good luck as I hear I am not the only one purchasing exploding boots, you won't be disappointed. If they can sort out there quality control, I'd love another pair.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very comfortable but NOT ARMY REGULATION approved. My husband loves these boots but as of this week, June 2, 2014, the U.S. Army has declared these boots not acceptable or within uniform regulation. It is unfortunate because these boots are very comfortable for those that are on their feet all day. Also, you have to downsize for a good fit. My husband usually wears a size 10 but 8.5 in Rockys is just right.
Date published: 2014-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ventilated Tongue, BAD move I am a deputy sheriff and have these boots in BLACK for duty use and they are great. The tongue is NOT ventilated and is made of cordura like the rest of the boots upper. These hot weather desert tan boots HAVE a ventilated tongue, with tiny holes from toe to collar. BAD move Rocky. These holes allow dirt, sand, dust and debris to get inside the boot via these holes and contaminate your socks and sole with said CRUD. I would have returned these boots, but the return cost was almost half the price I paid for the boots, which I bought on sale. ROCKY,,,,,DITCH THE VENTILATED TONGUE!!!!!!!!! These boots would be GREAT without the ventilated tongue. If you are going to use these boots "to get dirty" in, I'd pass and get something without a ventilated tongue. If you want something light, comfy for walking around in (away from the dirt) and WILL NOT BE "getting dirty" in, these boot would be great. The quality, comfort and value are great, it's the VENTILATED tongue which is a bad design move.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light and comfortable I am really happy with them so far. I really wanted to wear them for some training and I still might be able to. They have worked really well for this year's archery season. Put some miles on them while up in the high country after muleys and elk. They are very comfortable to wear and have seemed to hold up so far. just have to see how the rest of the season goes to see if they will withstand some more abuse. I hope rocky continues to make this boot. So if there is a next time I purchase the C4T I can hopefully give them a 5 start rating.
Date published: 2014-10-06
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Rocky C4T Trainer Military Duty Boot is rated 3.9783 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome!!! These boots are awesome. We bought them thru my son's JROTC. They are light weight and he really likes them. He ran The Extreme Fugitive Run in Rolla MO this past week end. 8 to 10 miles of running and 100 obstacles, when he was done he commented on how AWESOME his boots are.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So comfortable Bought these a few weeks ago because I really needed an alternative to the issued boots. I ended up choosing these over the Nike SFB. The main draw for me had been the weight and flexibility of the C4T and true to its description, I honestly felt like I was lighter when I walked with them for the first time. They feel like Nike free runs. The first day it rubbed my achilles heel pretty raw but that was more to do with the fact that I just tied them way too tight but after that, it's heaven on my feet. They are so easy to run in and make rucking a worlds easier. I am a size 9 in women's so I got a 7.5 men's and it fits perfectly although I probably should've sized up and gotten an 8 because it's too narrow for most boot socks that I own so I need to go and buy some thinner socks now. Otherwise it's a great boot and I'm extremely happy with it!
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY THIS BOOT I am a soldier in the U.S. Army and I bought this boot several weeks ago after finishing Basic Training and AIT. It is a great boot and I was excited to finally be able to wear something other than the standard issue boots only to find out that the C4T is NO LONGER UNIFORM COMPLIANT! The Army in all it's infinite wisdom is changing the rules again and this boot is UNAUTHORIZED because it is made of synthetic materials and not cowhide leather.
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from (Was) One of my favorite garrison boots Purchased these boots a couple years ago after finishing basic. They're lightweight and pretty comfortable. After breaking them in, they were my favorite garrison boot. Now, they're no longer AR 670-1 compliant so, oh well. A GREAT boot to buy if you're wanting to wear Army-style boots but you're not in the Army. CONS: ROPE CLIMBING!! My experience with trying to climb a rope with these was rough. The arch portion of my boot was very slick and I had a real hard time getting a firm foothold with these boots. Bottom line: Good boots. Don't buy them for Army use as of this date.
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Comfortable I bought these boots upon returning from deployment. Right off the bat they were the most comfortable boots I'd ever worn. Within one day I bumped my toe on a piece of angle iron and a chunk came off with ease. I continued to wear them for the next year on another deployment. I loved them. Rucking, running, and gunning, they performed great! By the end of my deployment that same toe I had taken a chunk out of wore the rest of the way through. I bought a new pair of these boots and my first day wearing them, the seems connecting the leather and the mess burst. The third day, the other boot did the same. All in all, these boots feel great but I feel the quality is sub par. If you can get a decet pair, and good luck as I hear I am not the only one purchasing exploding boots, you won't be disappointed. If they can sort out there quality control, I'd love another pair.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very comfortable but NOT ARMY REGULATION approved. My husband loves these boots but as of this week, June 2, 2014, the U.S. Army has declared these boots not acceptable or within uniform regulation. It is unfortunate because these boots are very comfortable for those that are on their feet all day. Also, you have to downsize for a good fit. My husband usually wears a size 10 but 8.5 in Rockys is just right.
Date published: 2014-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ventilated Tongue, BAD move I am a deputy sheriff and have these boots in BLACK for duty use and they are great. The tongue is NOT ventilated and is made of cordura like the rest of the boots upper. These hot weather desert tan boots HAVE a ventilated tongue, with tiny holes from toe to collar. BAD move Rocky. These holes allow dirt, sand, dust and debris to get inside the boot via these holes and contaminate your socks and sole with said CRUD. I would have returned these boots, but the return cost was almost half the price I paid for the boots, which I bought on sale. ROCKY,,,,,DITCH THE VENTILATED TONGUE!!!!!!!!! These boots would be GREAT without the ventilated tongue. If you are going to use these boots "to get dirty" in, I'd pass and get something without a ventilated tongue. If you want something light, comfy for walking around in (away from the dirt) and WILL NOT BE "getting dirty" in, these boot would be great. The quality, comfort and value are great, it's the VENTILATED tongue which is a bad design move.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light and comfortable I am really happy with them so far. I really wanted to wear them for some training and I still might be able to. They have worked really well for this year's archery season. Put some miles on them while up in the high country after muleys and elk. They are very comfortable to wear and have seemed to hold up so far. just have to see how the rest of the season goes to see if they will withstand some more abuse. I hope rocky continues to make this boot. So if there is a next time I purchase the C4T I can hopefully give them a 5 start rating.
Date published: 2014-10-06
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