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Certified for Wildland Firefighting
The Missoula 2.1 is built as a hiking boot that’s flame-, heat- and EH-resistant—offering ultimate protection in the most challenging environments.
Flame- & heat-resistant sole
The unique Vibram anti-slip sole offers the ultimate in comfort and sturdiness on even the most difficult job. The uniquely designed heel provides strong footholds on the steepest terrain, and a built-in boot jack makes for easy removal.
Electrical hazard protection
The Missoula 2.1 is independently certified to provide electrical hazard protection to 18kv in case of contact with powerlines and other hazards.
Durable bullhide construction
The European bullhide upper features double- and triple-stitched seams to withstand the toughest wear in the harshest environments.
HAIX micro fiber insoles absorb perspiration to keep feet dry and comfortable under the most challenging conditions. Machine wash or replace for freshness.
Missoula 2.1 offers a sturdy and stable midsole that prevents flexing side to side—increasing stability while decreasing the chance of ankle injury. You will not feel sharp rocks or stones when walking in this boot.
Independently lace the upper and lower areas for a comfort fit. A built-in roller ball design creates less wear on heat- and fireproof Nomex® laces.
Special foams between the inner lining and the leather expel moist air and draw in fresh air with each step through the mesh lining at the top of the boot.
I like these boots so far. Break in time seems short, I like the color and the weight of them. The sizing recommendation of ordering a half size smaller than normal was accurate. I like the wide assortment of sizes, love that they have half sizes, and the fact that they are actually women's boots was a big plus for me. Only complaint is that I wish the lace grommets were different. I do not like that you cannot change up the pattern of how the laces lay and I would imagine switching out laces in general would be a difficult task. Can be hard to get tight at times, have to retie two or three times each time I put them on to get the perfect fit. Will be interesting to see how the rest of the season goes when I break them in.
missoula 2.1 womens
first time to wear them and loved them no ned to break them in
All around great boot
Absolutely love these boots! They kept me comfortable when I was on my feet for 12+ hours a day. I can also vouch that they are waterproof and built to last. I also felt secure in the even when hiking over steep and uneven terrain. I’ve had mine for about 5 months and have worn them 5+ days a week and they still look brand new. They fit maybe slightly on the larger side but it worked for me because I like to wear thick socks for all the hiking I do in them.