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Tacprogear Introduces New Line of Tactical Boots

September 26, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Tacprogear.
Photo courtesy of Tacprogear.
Tacprogear released a new line of Quick Reaction Force boots that fit like an athletic shoe, but contain the endurance features necessary in an all-day wear boot, according to the company.

Designed for comfort, the new boots provide durability and reliable performance for law enforcement officers, according to the Tacprogear. An internal shock eliminator pad reduces heel strike impact and the cushioned insert is removable for additional comfort. The grip traction out-sole is slip and oil resistant.

Available in desert tan and black, the Quick Reaction Force Boot is available in a 6- and 8-inch heights. The 8-inch boot contains an optional side zipper for quick access. The 6- and 8-inch boot retail for $102.19 and $107.22 respectively.

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