GORUCK MACV-1 Jungle Rucking Boots

Jun 19, 2018

Category: Gear

Nobody knows adventure quite like the brave souls in the military. Which is exactly why ex-special forces soldier Jason McCarthy started GORUCK – to build ultra durable goods that are just as comfortable in a war zone as they are commuting in the city streets. GORUCK’s been doing that for nearly a decade with their no-nonsense packs, and now the beloved brand is set to unleash a pair of jungle rucking boots that are the epitome of rugged. Say hello to the fully capable GORUCK MACV-1.

These heavy duty, full grain leather boots are ready to go right out of the box with no break-in time needed. Built with Special Forces grade materials, and triple stitched at the stress points, these boots will help you trample through any environment. Inside each boot is a ‘Workhorse Insert’ with a dual layered compression foam system that supports your entire foot, enabling you to efficiently cover ground no matter what the terrain. For further trekking performance, these boots are constructed with high traction rubber outsoles for a stronger grip, along with extra protection on the toes to tackle rocky terrain. You can pre-order a pair of these beastly boots now.

Purchase: $200

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