Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boot

Lightweight comfortable military boot

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Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boot

Lightweight comfortable military boot

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This Rocky® Lightweight Commercial Military Boot offers Rocky's most advanced lightweight features, as well as the durability and performance you need, whether you're involved in combat or competitive operations.

This combat boot is fully complies with DA PAM 670-1 (dated 31 MAR 2014); it's trade-friendly and GSA-approved.

A combination of coyote brown leather and CORDURA® nylon, the Rocky Lightweight (RLW) boot resists water and dries fast. The NATO hooks and speed lace eyelets help you lace your boot quickly, and this lacing system won't cut away at your laces.

This military boot gives you secure and confident footing. The aggressive multi-directional rubber outsole competently grips slippery or tough terrain. The heel and toe tread locks are reinforced with stitching.

And you'll find this is a really comfortable combat boot. Inside, a removable Rocky Air-Port™ insole is molded from long-lasting polyurethane, so it won't break down or lose it's shape. The Air-Port footbed is created to circulate air to your feet each time you take a step.

Additional comfort features include a rubber midsole and a padded collar.

This military boot weighs just 18 ounces. You can be on your feet all day without being weighed down by your footwear. The RLW is 8 inches tall.

For a comfortable and lightweight military boot that performs, buy the RLW.

    • Padded collar
    • Rubber midsole
    • Leather and CORDURA® combination upper
    • Removable Rocky Airport comfort insole
    • Aggressive multi-directional rubber outsole
    • GSA-approved item
    • Speed lace eyelets and NATO hooks
    • Water-resistant and fast drying materials
    • 8 Inches in height
    • Fully compliant with: DA PAM 670-1 (dated 31 MAR 2014)
    • Toe and Heel tread locks are reinforced with stitching and less than 2" in height
    • Lightweight: 18 ounces
    • Trade friendly
Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boot is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 97.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good boot SIZE: Despite ordering the wrong size 2x I finally got it right, (Rocky paid for shipping both ways) they run 1/2 size smaller than my prev C5C tan (11.5M) so I now wear an 11M in the coyote. WIDTH: Don't order wide unless you have to wear wide in nike/NB/UA/etc... WEIGHT: They are heavyer than my Nike SFB and UA Jungle Rats(JR) but only marginally. BREAK IN: More ridgid, than others but after 2-3 weeks they are flexible and fit comfortably. OVERALL: Personally (as that's what it all comes down to) I am happy with them, not as much as i was with the C5C (no break in, lighter, more comfortable) but I choose them daily (vs the SFB/JR) I also have)
Date published: 2018-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Work Horse Boot for the Right Person This is the second pair of this boot I have purchased. I'm a fairly small guy 5 6' 165lbs and have abused these boots on active duty both in and out of country, in the field for weeks and in garrison, and through air assault school. The first pair I have are still serviceable but are now my ruck boots as they've done their duty. A couple things that might be a deal breaker for some of you though. #1 If you are picky about having light boots then this "is not the droid your looking for" #2 the foam strip along the top inside of the boot did bust out of the leather over time. Pictures of my old boots are below, still not bad for 3yrs of hard use.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from all I can say is wow I bought this boot about a month ago now and I have worn them all most every day I love em it does have so em stiff parts of the boots but that's to be expected. The foot bet is great news all day wear I'm talking 15 to 17 hrs a day these boots are so light n comfy . This is one of the best mostly comfy boots I have owned that is light weight . I own several pairs of rockies winter boots n now summer boots n some boots for out on the town country style . I love rockies and I will continue to buy from this company I have not had any issues with these boots other then the break in period . I love my boots
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My Feet Ache I bought these boots because I wanted a light pair that were cheap and now I'm preparing to purchase a different set of boots because I can't take these boots anymore. I've had them for 3 months now and my opinion of them haven't changed. I've been in for 13 years and have never had a pair of boots make my feet ache like these do. There needs to be more support and cushion. I am surprised to see that I'm the first person to write a negative review and have only gone out of my way to write this to prevent others from making the same bad decision.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Boot after a little modification I'm on my 4th pair of these boots and I love them, but I didn't at first. Rocks seem to be tight in toe box as a general rule, especially on top. To fix this, first always buy the wide version of these boots. Second, throw away the inserts the boots come with an get some Superfeet Carbon inserts. These are the heavy duty low profile inserts made by Superfeet. Next, don't lace the grommets on top of your foot. Google running shoe lacing techniques and look for the "Wide forefoot" pattern to get an idea. I literally have hundreds of miles on my feet under 80+ lbs in these light weight boots have really saved me. I'm here writing this because I'm ordering another pair right now. Also, they drain well, but not well enough. I drill a hole in the side of the toe box to get that last cup of water out.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Boots!! I have been looking for a pair of OCP boots for a while. I have always had rocky boots with ACU's, the desert tan ones, and have never had one complaint. They are really lightweight and cute. I originally wear a size 6W but figured I would go down to a 5.5W because I saw other reviews saying these run a bit large. I'm very glad I did because they do really run a bit big; order one size smaller then you think. The best thing about these boots is that you don't need to break these in at all. I got these the morning I did a 10 mile ruck and they were great. No problems whatsoever. They are a bit heavier then my desert tan ones but it's not a big difference. I really like them and I would buy them again. Great boots.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as great as I hoped! I work indoors, however, I walk around a lot. These boots look great and I did think they would be ideal for the area I work in. But to my amazement the issue with these boots are I have normal size ankles so the back of the boot cuts into my ankle when I walk mostly because the top of the boot that closes around the calf is smaller than that of the ankle portion. So once I have laced them up the ankle slack is excessive and the calf portion is cut off and has nowhere to go. The calf or top of the boot area is too small and the ankle is too wide. Outside of that these boots look great. I wouldn’t change anything else about the boot. The boot does feel a little stiff but I’ve only been in them for a week. I am trying to lace them different to see if that works, if not I guess I will get another pair of boots.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No-Go Boots I have brought the two pairs of the C4T, and two pairs of the S2V boots. Those are great boots. The Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boots are the worse pair of boots I have ever purchased. The middle seams rubbed against my feet, the boots provide no stability like the S2Vs, felt floppy, and boxy. I had to change to another pair of boots at midday, because of the pain they caused. I recommend going with the S2V boots, instead of these.
Date published: 2016-05-28
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Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boot is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 97.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good boot SIZE: Despite ordering the wrong size 2x I finally got it right, (Rocky paid for shipping both ways) they run 1/2 size smaller than my prev C5C tan (11.5M) so I now wear an 11M in the coyote. WIDTH: Don't order wide unless you have to wear wide in nike/NB/UA/etc... WEIGHT: They are heavyer than my Nike SFB and UA Jungle Rats(JR) but only marginally. BREAK IN: More ridgid, than others but after 2-3 weeks they are flexible and fit comfortably. OVERALL: Personally (as that's what it all comes down to) I am happy with them, not as much as i was with the C5C (no break in, lighter, more comfortable) but I choose them daily (vs the SFB/JR) I also have)
Date published: 2018-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Work Horse Boot for the Right Person This is the second pair of this boot I have purchased. I'm a fairly small guy 5 6' 165lbs and have abused these boots on active duty both in and out of country, in the field for weeks and in garrison, and through air assault school. The first pair I have are still serviceable but are now my ruck boots as they've done their duty. A couple things that might be a deal breaker for some of you though. #1 If you are picky about having light boots then this "is not the droid your looking for" #2 the foam strip along the top inside of the boot did bust out of the leather over time. Pictures of my old boots are below, still not bad for 3yrs of hard use.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from all I can say is wow I bought this boot about a month ago now and I have worn them all most every day I love em it does have so em stiff parts of the boots but that's to be expected. The foot bet is great news all day wear I'm talking 15 to 17 hrs a day these boots are so light n comfy . This is one of the best mostly comfy boots I have owned that is light weight . I own several pairs of rockies winter boots n now summer boots n some boots for out on the town country style . I love rockies and I will continue to buy from this company I have not had any issues with these boots other then the break in period . I love my boots
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My Feet Ache I bought these boots because I wanted a light pair that were cheap and now I'm preparing to purchase a different set of boots because I can't take these boots anymore. I've had them for 3 months now and my opinion of them haven't changed. I've been in for 13 years and have never had a pair of boots make my feet ache like these do. There needs to be more support and cushion. I am surprised to see that I'm the first person to write a negative review and have only gone out of my way to write this to prevent others from making the same bad decision.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Boot after a little modification I'm on my 4th pair of these boots and I love them, but I didn't at first. Rocks seem to be tight in toe box as a general rule, especially on top. To fix this, first always buy the wide version of these boots. Second, throw away the inserts the boots come with an get some Superfeet Carbon inserts. These are the heavy duty low profile inserts made by Superfeet. Next, don't lace the grommets on top of your foot. Google running shoe lacing techniques and look for the "Wide forefoot" pattern to get an idea. I literally have hundreds of miles on my feet under 80+ lbs in these light weight boots have really saved me. I'm here writing this because I'm ordering another pair right now. Also, they drain well, but not well enough. I drill a hole in the side of the toe box to get that last cup of water out.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Boots!! I have been looking for a pair of OCP boots for a while. I have always had rocky boots with ACU's, the desert tan ones, and have never had one complaint. They are really lightweight and cute. I originally wear a size 6W but figured I would go down to a 5.5W because I saw other reviews saying these run a bit large. I'm very glad I did because they do really run a bit big; order one size smaller then you think. The best thing about these boots is that you don't need to break these in at all. I got these the morning I did a 10 mile ruck and they were great. No problems whatsoever. They are a bit heavier then my desert tan ones but it's not a big difference. I really like them and I would buy them again. Great boots.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as great as I hoped! I work indoors, however, I walk around a lot. These boots look great and I did think they would be ideal for the area I work in. But to my amazement the issue with these boots are I have normal size ankles so the back of the boot cuts into my ankle when I walk mostly because the top of the boot that closes around the calf is smaller than that of the ankle portion. So once I have laced them up the ankle slack is excessive and the calf portion is cut off and has nowhere to go. The calf or top of the boot area is too small and the ankle is too wide. Outside of that these boots look great. I wouldn’t change anything else about the boot. The boot does feel a little stiff but I’ve only been in them for a week. I am trying to lace them different to see if that works, if not I guess I will get another pair of boots.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No-Go Boots I have brought the two pairs of the C4T, and two pairs of the S2V boots. Those are great boots. The Rocky Lightweight Commercial Military Boots are the worse pair of boots I have ever purchased. The middle seams rubbed against my feet, the boots provide no stability like the S2Vs, felt floppy, and boxy. I had to change to another pair of boots at midday, because of the pain they caused. I recommend going with the S2V boots, instead of these.
Date published: 2016-05-28
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