combat boot


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combat boot

n.
A boot that laces up the front and has a thick rubber outsole, worn especially by infantry.

combat boot

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a heavy army boot
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Noun1.combat boot - a boot reaching halfway up to the kneecombat boot - a boot reaching halfway up to the knee
boot - footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg
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The standard issue combat boot most Soldiers wear today--the one most commonly worn in Iraq and Afghanistan--is great for sandy dunes, hot dry weather, and asphalt.
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Since 1989, the Soldier Enhancement Program (now managed for the Army by PEO Soldier and TRADOC [Training and Doctrine Command] System Manager Soldier) has worked to identify and enhance commercial off-the-shelf items that meet specific needs reported by soldiers--uniform redesign, ration improvements, laser eye protection, the desert combat boot, sniper kits, the soldier intercom, protective masks, and stabilized binoculars.
To ensure the follow-supply the shoe polish is hereby re-tendered for the combat boots 90th Since the use of the end of combat boot 90 is foreseeable, this is the final call, respectively, the last contract for this shoe polish is expected.
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Besides the Infantry Combat Boot, other current and pending projects for the boot-testers include the Improved Hot-Weather Combat Boot for the Army, the Army's new modular footwear program and improved blast- protective footwear.