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Belleville Sage Minimalist Boot - TR103

Belleville Sage Minimalist Boot - TR103
Belleville Sage Minimalist Boot - TR103


 
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Belleville Sage Minimalist Boot - TR103. A true minimalist boot featuring a 2mm drop� between the heel and forefoot, the MINI-MiL is designed specifically for the conditioned warrior athlete currently training in minimalistic athletic footwear. This quick-drying unlined boot is not only highly breathable, but lightweight too - weighing less than 2 lbs a pair.
List Price: $168.00
Our Price: $134.99
Savings: $33.01


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Product Code: BEL-TR103

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Belleville Sage Minimalist Boot - TR103.  A true minimalist boot featuring a 2mm drop between the heel and forefoot, the MINI-MiL is designed specifically for the conditioned warrior athlete currently training in minimalistic athletic footwear. This quick-drying unlined boot is not only highly breathable, but lightweight too - weighing less than 2 lbs a pair.
Features
  • 2 millimeter heel to toe “drop”
  • Highly breathable unlined upper
  • Double & triple stitched seams for enhanced durability
  • Padded achilles support
  • Convenient pull-on loop
  • Weighs approximately 16 ounces per half pair

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Belleville Boots July 6, 2017
Reviewer: Sean McCoy from Missoula, MT United States  
I have been were these boots for years and like them very much but they do have there weaknesses. Two things always happens with them. One is that the eyelets on the lower portion of the boot get worn down due to the friction with the laces which in turn sharpens the eyelets so they start cutting your laces. This is the only pair of boots I have ever had this issue with and I have been wearing boots since the military in the 90's.

Second issue is that the leather rots out after about a year.  I do regular greasing of all my boots and this pair starts cracking at a year no matter what.

Great boots but poor materials from china limit there longevity which will eventually send me looking for something different.

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