Army Combat Boot

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The Army Combat Boot is the primary issue combat boot of the United States Army, intended for use in conjunction with the Army Combat Uniform.

Variants

Temperate Weather
Hot Weather

Temperate

The Army Combat Boot (Temperate Weather) (ACB (TW)) is a tan-colored, temperate weather combat boot with a moisture-resistant, rough-side-out cattlehide leather and nylon duck cloth upper. It contains a waterproof breathable membrane and integrated safety features limited flame resistance, thermal insulation, and liquid fuel penetration protection. The soling system of this boot consists of a shock-absorbing direct attach poly-ether polyurethane midsole, with an abrasion-resistant, slip-resistant rubber outsole. It has a combination eyelet and speed-lace lacing system.

Hot

The Army Combat Boot (Hot Weather) (ACB (HW)) is a tan-colored, hot weather combat boot made with moisture-resistant, rough-side-out cattlehide leather and nylon duck upper with two drainage eyelets on the inner arch. The soling system of this boot consists of a shock-absorbing direct attach poly-ether polyurethane midsole, with an abrasion-resistant, slip-resistant rubber outsole. It has a combination eyelet and speed-lace lacing system.

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References

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