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Rocky C4T Trainer

EXTREME PRICE:: Starting at $119.99

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Weight: 15oz.!

The C4 Trainer is the lightest boot ever produced by Rocky. It is crafted from man-made materials and features Rocky’s Airport footbed as well as an EVA/Rubber lightweight outsole which you can see utilizes running shoe technology. The boot is well ventilated and incorporates screened air vents as well as a perforated tongue. Additionally, the toe is stitched down to increase durability.
 
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▪Speed eyelets and NATO hooks
▪550 cord laces
▪All man made upper
▪Durably water resistant/fast drying
▪EVA/Rubber lightweight outsole

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Product Reviews

(7 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Lint Richard (Sacram,ento, CA) 5/25/2012 5:20 AM
I love the boot, price is good and no break in what so ever. The onle issue is that the eyelets are starting to come out just like the one soldier in Iraq. I'm hopping that Extreme Outfitters will make this wright. Onle had them for about three months now and I don't wera them every day. Overall still a great boot.
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Heyman Outdoors
Hal Hall (Alabaster, AL) 9/7/2011 4:40 PM
Great boots!! Very light and zero break-in time. The MOST comfortable boots I have ever worn.
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Good boots with some issues
Michael White (Harker Heights, TX) 7/4/2011 1:45 AM
Comfort = A+ Weight + A+ Price = A+ ($10 cheaper here than anywhere else!) Durability = Ok, here is where I am finding an issue. The inside of the eyelets on the upper speed lace grommets are rusting, leaving rust stains on the tongue, and eventually the eyelets will fall off. I have contacted Rocky, they say all warranty items must go through retailer, so I am waiting on Extreme Outfitters to reply to my email. I am in Iraq so returning the boots is going to be a pain in the Arse, and I am very curious as to how they are going to handle the situation. My gut is telling me that they are going to want me to send the boots back to them at my expense, wait for them to "evaluate them" and then send me another pair at my expense, so they can rust out too. Hopefully I am wrong, they have been very friendly and helpful in all past dealings, but I know warranty issues are always difficult. I will update once the issue is resolved or not resolved, but for now I am going to be without a pair of boots as I cannot trust them to last during our 6-7 hour "missions" without fear that one or more of the eyelets will fall off and I will have to deal with an untied, unsecurable boot....never a combat multiplier...we'll see...but the $100 (though a great price) was for the time being, wasted.
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