5.11 Tactical Trainer 2.0 Low Shoe 12023
SKU #: 511-12023
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5.11 Tactical's next generation Tactical Trainer 2.0 is a fully reengineered training shoe meant for the range, trail or general fitness.
The Tactical Trainer 2.0 has the styling of a lightweight hiker built with from the mindset of a duty boot to meet the training needs for public safety professionals.
The new and improved Tactical Trainer 2.0 was designed based on feedback from 5.11 Tactical's Product Development Meetings. End-users requested a tactical boot that can be worn covertly, that also features the function, comfort, and innovation they have come to expect from 5.11 Tactical products. The Tactical Trainer 2.0 is disguised as a light hiker and when worn with jeans or 5.11 Cover Khakis can help you disappear into a crowd or pair it with our Taclite™ Pro pants and train on the range. You can also wear these trainers to the gym or off the clock for a family hike or pick up football game.
The Tactical Trainer 2.0 Low features a combination of suede and open air mesh for breathability, support and protection. We've also added another layer of abrasion resistance at the toe and heel for the high wear areas.
We've engineered the Tactical Trainer 2.0 on a new comfort platform. The Ortholite® insole combined with the 5.11 EVA Strike Platform and compression molded EVA midsole provide lightweight, flexible, and supportive all day comfort. This tactical boot is built on a hiking boot last that offers adequate volume in the forefoot and a secure fit around the midfoot and ankle. The outsole has been redesigned with a new lug pattern and multiple flex grooves for great traction, flexibility and support. We've also added a TPU external heel counter for additional lateral support.
The Tactical Trainer 2.0 is comfortable right out of the box and does not require any break in time. The "stay tied sausage laces" and combination of lace ghillies and traditional anchored eyelets will secure all foot types. Imported
57% Recommend this product (26 of 46 responses)
Palo Alto, California
December 2, 2014
So far they are a comfortable pair of shoes for me. I'm on my feet a lot doing stuff and they are a great pair of shoes.
September 29, 2014
I am on my feet all day teaching shooting sports and these shoes are so very comfortable and fit so well I purchased a second pair.
August 28, 2014
These are excellent shoes. This is my second pair.
ProsExcellent wear and comfort!
ConsToo bad 5.11 is discontinuing them!
By Adrian Silva
July 15, 2014
Great Shoes For The Money!
Originally, I was going to buy a pair of Merrell Moab Ventilators and tried them on twice......two different days.I must be between sizes because I just couldn't get a comfortable fit. So, my other choice was the 5.11 Tactical Trainer Low which I ordered from LA Police Gear. So far, I love these shoes......great fit, super comfortable, love the "sausage" laces, wonderful everyday shoe. I'll also use these for the defensive firearms training that I do twice a year since it's on uneven, semi-rocky ground. I'm sure the shoes will hold up fine. One last thing......great service from LA Police Gear. I'll definitely use them again for other gear.
June 17, 2014
Purchased the Trainer 2.0 low as they were out of stock on my side for the 2.0 mid which is my normal purchase. These do not support the ankle as well and do not have the waterproof upper and breathable membrane in them. Will not purchase the low's again no matter what.
ConsNot waterproof Less ankle support
June 6, 2014
Great for the first few weeks
Wore them 2-3 times per week. Great for the first couple of weeks, then the stiching around the toe failed. Arch support was gone after 2 months.
By Nghiem Vo
June 3, 2014
I bought this for hiking, running, down range and I got nothing to complaint at all.
May 17, 2014
Very comfortable shoes! I wear these shoes 5 days a week, 12+ hours per day. They have held up great for all of the wearing tear I have put them through over the last year. They seem to run a 1/2 size big. So good I purchased another pair for the future.
ProsComfortable, light weight, durable, good looking.
ConsShoe strings are a little too long. I have to double knot them to keep from dragging.
April 28, 2014
Impressed so far
Only taken these out camping twice but so far I am impressed. Very comfortable out of the box. Seems to have sturdy construction and quality materials. The sole seems to be boot like heavy duty. I normally wear a 14 but I had to get a 15 for proper size fit. A little heavy but you get something in return with the HD soles. They make me want to step on things.
April 9, 2014
I will be using these shoes with the Khaki rip stops I have for motorcycling during the summer.
Proslightweight and comfortable.
By Mario A
April 1, 2014
Just received the shoes this afternoon and took the dog out for a 3 mile walk and they work great I got no complaints. They fit like a glove will definitely get another set of the black ones.
Cons5.11 needs to make other colors.
March 10, 2014
Exactly As Expected: Amazing
Great trainers that are built solidly. Owned almost a year and a half with minimal show of wear. Great for easy hikes and running and biking on trails. The wide option fit my EE feet comfortably.
ProsWell built Comfortable True wide fit Discreet
Columbia south carolina
March 6, 2014
Great hybrid shoe
Fantastic shoe that wears very similar to a hiking shoe but is stylish enough for casual wear. They fit great right out of the box and were broken in within 4 hours of casual walking. Traction is surprisingly good and the laces are good enough that they should be sold as a separate item for ALL my foot wear. Slightly heavier than average athletic cross trainers but so far much more durable. Plan on buying another pair for my wife and have recommended them to my coworkers in EMS
ProsDurable, high traction, very comfortable with no gaps or blister forming rub zones. Kept my feet warm in the icy weather we've had since their purchase
ConsNeeds more color options to give me an excuse for more pairs!
San Jose, CA
February 22, 2014
My favorite shoes
Most comfortable shoes I've owned. Just bought my 3rd and 4th pair.
ProsComfortable out of the box Great support
ConsCan't be resoled
February 6, 2014
Nice Quality Shoe
I bought a pair in both colors. Really like the quality. Rated down one star because I wear a 10w, have for a long time but these were too small. I think I will have to buy a 10.5 or 11. My toe was pressed to the front of the shoe. I didn't see any other reviewers who had this problem but both pairs of shoes felt the same.
ProsNice quality. Looks good.
ConsYou may have to buy a larger size than you are used to.
6 Questions & 6 Answers
from Chicago asked:
September 5, 2014
Do these have a non slip sole?
no these do not have a non slip sole. we do apologize.
on September 5, 2014
from louisiana asked:
June 10, 2014
ARE THESE COMPOSITE TOE. NOTHING SAYS SO BUT THEY COME UP UNDER A SEARCH FOR COMPOSITE TOE.
i do apologize but no these are not composite toe shoes. they should not be appearing under that search criteria.
on June 11, 2014
July 14, 2013
Do these shoes run small or big? I wear a 10.5 (rarely I also go wide). Would you suggest a 10.5 standard?? Thank you.
Most of the reviews we have seen have stated that these boots are true to size. If you normally wear a standard width boot, you should also purchase these boots in the standard width.
on July 14, 2013
June 18, 2013
how do i get the boot knife and socks with my order for free ?
All you need to do to get the free boot knife is add the boots to your cart.
on June 18, 2013
April 7, 2013
Do these shoes have the same "height" to them as the boots? More specifically, how think is the sole-rubber area?
Yes, these 5.11 trainer Boots have a thick sole like traditional boots. At the thickest point, the sole is about 1.75" thick.
on April 7, 2013
November 3, 2012
Are these sized more like boots or running shoes? I wear an 11 in running shoes but a 10.5 in boots.
These 5.11 Trainers are sized more like shoes than boots.
on November 3, 2012
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