Belleville Boots SABRE 333 - Hot Weather Hybrid Assault Boot
SKU #: Belleville-Sabre-333
USA Made and Berry Compliant, the Belleville Sabre boot provides lightweight toughness in rugged terrain. With its aggressive styling and other special features, including the exclusive Vibram® "IBEX" outsole, the Sabre is built to provide stability and support to keep you mobile in any environment.
Fort Bragg, NC
not very rugged
January 27, 2015
Bought these for varied terrain movements while carrying a load of about 70lbs. The stitching on the inside arch blew out along with the leather with less than 40 miles on them. I hope it was a fluke but I expected a lot more for the price.
Pros:Great traction on loose terrain
Cons:Rubs the top of your center toes didn't hold up to what they were designed to
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 23, 2014
I have around a dozen pair of boots from all the top manufacturers. These are my second Belleville's but my first of the SABRE 333 model and I could not be more pleased with the glove-like fit. Superb comfort and support for everyday wear. These are not like, "Geez I can't wait until I take my boots off!" kinda boots but rather I keep them on all day. Now I have nothing as of yet to report on durability but I do own and run a automotive shop where I am in areas of water, paint and general muck all day and after 2 weeks of wear they just have general dirt and scuffs. My main concern with boots are the toe caps where many boot soles separate from the uppers due to extended time with toes bent caused by kneeling. These seem to be stitched in that area and not just glued so that's a plus.
Pros:Lightweight, glove-like fit, true to size, comfort, nice padded tongue
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from birmingham, alabama asked:
November 26, 2014
What is the weight?
These boots weight about 3 pounds 4 ounces per pair.
on December 1, 2014
from Los Angeles, CA asked:
August 17, 2014
Are these AR670-1 approved?
Just bought a pair of these from Clothing and Sales on post and they are Army 670-1 compliant.
on October 20, 2014
from Vilseck, Germany
from Pocatello, ID asked:
February 18, 2014
What is the heel drop on these boots?
The heel drop on this boot would be 8MM
on February 20, 2014
December 5, 2012
Is this boot approved for Military Aircrew?
This Belleville boot is not a flight approved boot.
on December 5, 2012
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