Nike SFB Mountain Boots

Feb 2, 2015

Category: Style

Inspired by Bill Bowerman’s (US track and field coach and co-founder of Nike) service in World War II, the Nike SFB Mountain boot is built to be tough, rugged, and ready for anything. The icing on the cake is that it looks really good too in this “Military Brown.”

Featuring a Kevlar reinforced canvas upper that’s water-repellent yet breathable, the boot also has a perforated bootie that can be removed and worn on its own, making for a quick-drying process if you had to trudge through the elements. Despite the durable nature, the SFB Mountain also promises plenty of comfort too, with foam providing cushioning that is firm enough to support a combat load and a plate on the bottom of the sockliner that offers provides stability and natural motion. [Purchase]

Nike SFB Mountain Boot 2

Nike SFB Mountain Boot 3

Nike SFB Mountain Boot 4

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