OTB ABYSS BOOTS E-mail
Friday, 16 October 2009 18:09

OTB ABYSS Boots were designed and engineered at the request of the U.S. Navy SEALS. A maritime boot for use in any rocky or muddy situation, the sole unit also works well in dry conditions. With its superior fit and drainage features this boot also works great with a pair of waders.

abyss boots

  • High abrasion TPU upper material resists scuffs for outlasting conventional leather
  • Upper material is treated with a DWR (durable water repellant) having minimal water absorption characteristics
  • Tactical Rubber Technology™ for superior silent traction on both wet and dry surfaces
  • Lugged and razor siped sole to help facilitate water dispersion
  • Perforated lugged jungle sole unit allow for instant water drainage
  • Recessed arch on the outsole helps identify center of gravity when climbing ladder rungs
  • Ballistic mesh placed between the outsole and upper prevents small stones and debris from entering the boot, yet still allows for water to drain freely
  • Rubber reinforced toe and heel help aid in climbing maneuvers
  • Mesh ports throughout the boot allows for water drainage and breathability resulting in quick dry comfort for increased foot health
  • Reticulated foam used for all upper padding will not absorb water under any circumstances
  • Mesh tongue pocket holds tied laces in place preventing snags on out-croppings
  • Sea/Air/Land - SEAL footbed™ aids in water drainage as well as breathability for unsurpassed foot health in a wide variety of conditions
  • The SEAL footbed has a patented removable shank that allows the user to customize the fit for any condition, wet or dry - eliminating the need for half sizes
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