Nike SFB Field 6″ Boots

Feb 6, 2017

Category: Gear

Basketball players. Football stars. Baseball legends. These are the types of people that come to mind when we think of the sportswear titan Nike. What folks don’t know, however, is that the brand caters to much more than just the on field athlete. They make gear for the likes of first responders and military as well. Just look at the Nike SFB Field 6 inch boot.

A first responder has to be just as nimble and active as an athlete – but the stakes are much higher than winning a game or clinching a title. Whether it be running up a flight of stairs with a gurney, rushing to a crime scene, or just walking the block – these breathable canvas and dynamic lacing boots are built to take it all on. Despite their light look and feel, they’re incredibly tough. The midfoot of the shoes feature a laceration and puncture proof fabric that keeps wearers safe, while a dynamic midsole paired with a rugged outsole make for a solid grip and easy footstrikes. An ideal pick for the on-street athlete no matter the climate. Prices are set at $130. [Purchase]

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