You might have noticed that the Rocky 2167 Men's AlphaForce Waterproof Duty Boots are named with an important adjective: duty. It's your duty to work hard for long hours. It's Rocky's duty to make sure your feet feel good even at the end of all that. Hey, everybody ... (see full details) (see specifications) #RKY2167.
You might have noticed that the Rocky 2167 Men's AlphaForce Waterproof Duty Boots are named with an important adjective: duty. It's your duty to work hard for long hours. It's Rocky's duty to make sure your feet feel good even at the end of all that. Hey, everybody's got a job to do.
These Rocky all-black boots are designed with military precision and attention to detail. The natural, full-grain leather is highly flexible, water-resistant, and interspersed with breathable nylon panels (1000 denier, just about the heaviest and toughest density you can find). The airy panels help keep feet breathable for healthier, dryer skin.
Inside, black Air-Port footbeds create cushioning insoles. Even tough, duty-bound feet should walk in softness, right? Because these boots are made with Rocky Waterproof construction, the base of each boot will resist weather and water to keep you dryer (and less-affected by ugly, uncomfortable days). The non-metallic shanks lift and support muscles to reduce pain and strain.
These Rocky boots have RigiTrac soles that are made with molded EVA foam and shock-resisting rubber to absorb the impact of every step. The non-marking soles are slip-resistant, helping you find traction even on slick surfaces. Oil-resistance prevents chemical wear and corrosion. Rocky 2167 Men's AlphaForce Waterproof Duty Boots are made to help you do your duty. Need we say more?
Manufactured Sizes: Medium 4-12, 13 | Wide 4-12, 13, 14
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1 out of 5
I bought a pair of these boots because they looked good in the photo and the description provided seemed good to me as far as quality goes. Well, after a medium amount of wear the sole started to become separated from the bottom of the boot. Not sure if this is a singled out "defective" issue or not, I guess that's what I get for buying a low-quality, non-USA made pair of boots. I use them now when I am out working in the yard and don't care if they get banged up and muddy or not. Definitely my last pair of Rocky boots.