Heavy-duty construction stands up to the challenges of outdoor operatives, while perforated padded collar cushions your foot for breathable comfort. Ladder-like grooves supply gripping action for agile landing and propulsion. Rubber outsole adds even more traction for foot-strike assistance. Inspired by athletic footwear technology, LawPro Dispatch Boots offer outstanding durability, comfort and breathability.
LawPro Dispatch 2.0 8 Inch Boots feature:
Got a pair because they were cheap and my LawPro Oxfords have held up rather well.
After 2 weeks the back of the right boot split along the seam line with the sole, the left boot split at the front, again along the seam line with the sole.
I wasn't asking for five years (If I were, I'd just get another pair of Smith & Wesson boots.) I only expected these things to last as long as something from payless shoes (6 months, a year...ish being optimistic.) 2 WEEKS is just unacceptable
Like almost everything that is Law Pro branded, these boots are made in China. Mine were fine until the first week of rain. They began to split and left me with wet feet. Then you find yourself dodging mud puddles. If you want a decent pair of boots, look for the ones that meet military standards. They will cost you about $100 but will last for a few years. Look for the U.S.A made Danners, Rocky, Belmont etc.
Their a good boot for the price. But, they don't last very long. The sole on the bottom of the boot wears extremely fast. The glue used to hold the boots leather to the rubber portion of the boot begins to split / separate after about six to seven months of use. If you need a cheap boot for a short period of time. These are the boots for you. Oh, they take a decent polish as well.
These boots are very comfortable, but, They started cracking after 6 months of wear. Won't buy again.
Very comfortable boots. I've had these boots for two weeks now, and there was no break-in period. Great boots !
These are better than the first generations that only lasted one winter season (6 months) for me. These lasted two winter seasons (total 12 months). Recently developed a seperation on the inside of the upper and sole. The first generations seperated at the front toe area but these newer styles have a sewn front to stop seperation. Not bad for very light duty, but I am switching to magnums for all my duty footwear now.
I went through this boot for a year and a half and it's still holding strong. These boots went over rain, snow, oil, rocks, etc. without giving me trouble. I would recommend it to others.
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