GORUCK makes some of the toughest gear around — their famous GR1 backpack is literally bombproof — so it’s fitting that they’re honoring some of history’s toughest soldiers with their new Jedburgh Rucking Boots.
The boots are named for the select group of 300 Allied soldiers who were tasked with some of the most dangerous missions behind enemy lines during WWII, including parachuting onto the beaches of Normandy the night before the fateful invasion to wage guerrilla warfare against the Nazis and coordinate supply drops. GORUCK’s new boots honor their namesake by also being adaptable to any situation, as they feature a triple-support custom compression foam insert, an all-terrain rubber outsole that’s ready for mud and wet environments, ankle webbing that’s suitable for airborne operations, and a perfectly calculated 13mm offset that offers the ideal support when rucking. Available in three colors, you can pick up the Jedburgh Rucking Boots from GORUCK for $175.
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