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Garmont T8 Bifida Boots

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naturally these would drop here for 75 bucks a week after i picked em up for 90 bucks elsewhere
i have narrow feet so based on like every review ive ever read these should be my dream boots, but honestly they're ok, i've got a pair of columbia boots that are far better suited for hiking trips across a variety of terrain and climates, and a pair of reebok sublite tacticals that are hands down my favorite workboot ever.
however, if my job involved outdoor labor? these would probably be my go-to boots, seeing as they combine what i like about my other boots - columbia's rugged outer sole + reebok's comfort and breathability
when it's all said and done - these are extremely well-regarded boots for an extremely affordable price, if you have the cash to blow, picking them up is a no-brainer. hell, grab a few and sit on them for the inevitable moment when garmont begins compromising on quality and "their old stuff" becomes highly sought after.
Any plans to ever drop the T8 NFS
Damn no Coyote brown. Can't wear em in ocp :(
Any chance at adding a size 16 in future drops?
so I bought a size 10 in wide and they are a good two inches too long in the toe box..bummer. Otherwise awesome boots. If anyone has a 9 or 9.5 in wide they’d wanna trade let me know. Hah.
Amazing boots, wore them daily in the desert for a full deployment, including a 25km rapid ruck with no issues, they almost still look new.
Are these safety toes?
Kaizar
No, they do not have steel toes. They're combat/tactical boots that would be good for hiking, ruck marching, etc.
I knew I should have picked these up at the last drop... By the time these are shipped I would already spent two weeks at the event I wanted them for...
just got em and they're great. any recommendations for conditioner?
Are these US or UK sizing? I am not really sure what size to order. I have a size 12 UK or 47 EU so that makes me a size 12.5 US according to https://cdn2.verticoutdoor.com/uploads/58ff63e42c1c8nf_Garmont%20Sizing.pdf . I measure a little less than 31cm from heel to tip of my large toe, which would make me a size 14.5.
Anyone here a size 47 EU that can help me out?
Can anybody tell me what the width on these is like? My feet are extra wide and finding real boots is expensive.
Schuyler
I have moderately wide feet and these fit fairly snug in width, so idk if they’d work with extremely wide feet.
I'm sure these are only being dropped because the Army is phasing all tan boots out by October... but if coyote was available that'd be amazing for us GIs.
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That's a great idea, but wouldn't olive oil turn rancid? I would think mineral oil or mink oil would be a better alternative.
tbwen
I "believe" that they are made in coyote color, and would support such an offering if dropped again!
BUY THESE BOOTS!!!
I bought my pair a little over a year ago, and since then I've probably put damn near 1000 miles on them. Over a dozen GORUCK events, all my training, hiking, everything. In and out of the water, in the mud and the sand, pavement, you name it. They're durable, lightweight, supportive, and confidence-inspiring. I'd wear them to work if my coworkers wouldn't look at me funny.
I just joined the drop to buy a second pair to keep in reserve for when (if?) my first pair dies.
chrismetcalf
Any advice on fit? Are they true to size?
No coyote in the colours? 😐😐😐
Madmax80
If you coat them in olive oil, they turn coyote.
Did anyone apart of this latest drop receive a pair that is NOT the color of the ones in the picture? Nowhere in the checkout process do I remember picking a color, but the ones I received are definitely darker than the ones pictured. I was expecting more of a sand/tan color but the ones I received are straight-up brown! I still like them, and not a huge deal, just a bit misleading I think.
Huetarded
This is awesome, you got the coyote brown boots that I and the other military guys want
Had these boots about a year as well. The best thing i can say about them, is when I have them on I don't think about my feet. Iwear to work in at the ranch. I would join if was Coyote. This is the third/ drop with this colr. Dn't know if this is a slow seller or if just trying to keep the inventory down. If they come up in Coyote I'l be all over it. I wear a 10 in other footwear and ordered thes in a 10. Perfect fit.
I'm commenting again, still waiting for the Black LE versions to drop.
Looking elsewhere with more reviews - some say buy larger, some smaller, some wider. Even at this great price, I just don't trust getting a good fit. I'm generally a size 9 regular for boots and running shoes. Sometimes wide is better, sometimes 9.5 is better. I never need smaller or narrower.
Would you recommend these as a decent work boot? I mainly do forestry and landscaping. Any advice is appreciated.
yingste
I am a surveyor and these boots are great. Solid ankle supposed and the grip on muddy and steep slopes is impressive. Lightweight and little to no break in time needed.
Are these pig skin?
I want these boots! They even have my size! ...But, I need black. Maybe next drop?
Are these for the Coyote or the Desert Sand colorway? The Coyote colorway would be nice as I could wear them in uniform...
I’ve had these boots for a year now. I’m hard on boots. They are worn almost daily. Work, hiking, hunting fishing etc. No signs of coming apart at seams and the soles are solid. They dry out fast when wet and remain comfortable. I wish I had hiking boots that would match this performance. I would prefer to have waterproof boots but have not had luck getting waterproof boots that remain waterproof for very long so these have been the next best thing. Tough, comfortable and durable. I’d recommend them to anyone. Only thing I’ve had to do is replace the laces. Never have done any maintenance other than that and no issues.
I got these boots for the 2018 April Monkey Run in Morocco. The performed great, comfortable in both desert sand and mountain snow. No break in required.
Very comfortable boots, walked for entire days in them in both hot and cold weather. However, they are not made for cold weather. With the proper socks, you'll stay warm, but walking on compressed snow is very slippery in these boots, and I had to switch to my S3 work boots because those don't slip on snow or ice.
Got my boots today and I’m very pleased. After reading a lot of reviews, and knowing that Italian brand hiking boots tend to run narrow, I ordered my men’s Nike size in wide. The boots feel totally comfortable right out of the box: cushioned yet supportive. Time will tell how they wear but I plan use them hard this summer!
Hey Massdrop...
How about you not send "shipping notices" or show a transaction as "shipped" when all you have done is create a shipping label?
4 Days since "shipping notice" on this transaction and UPS doesn't even have the package yet.
Dark brown, black, and/or dark blue colored next drop please.
I got these boots on massdrop about a year ago for daily wear. They have been one of the best purchases I have made on this site. There is literally no break-in period they feel like you've been wearing them for months the first time you put them on. The insole that came with the boot wore out after about 6 months and I replaced it with a Dr Scholls extra support insole and they are still going strong.
These boots are by no means waterproof. you can walk through a shallow puddle just fine, but any standing water that get half way up your foot will enter through small vent holes on the side. That said these boots are very well vented. My feet never overheat and they dry relatively quick during wear if water ever does get in. These are not boots for cold weather, through they may suffice depending on your sock choice and temperatures, rather they are made for mild to hot climates.
I wear a 13 W in all my others shoes and the 13 W I ordered in this boot fits very well.
Anyone here with a size 6 or 7 willing to share the length and width of their feet? Trying to figure out which is a better choice.