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  • Inside of Brand new Magnum Stealth Force 6.0 sz WPi
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    By Daniel 14/07/am

    A bit of background about myself. I am planning on starting the Florida Law Enforcement Officer training program in August of 2012. Since I will be starting it soon I have started researching and buying equipment. One of the major purchases is of course tactical boots. I spent a lot of time talking to law enforcement friends as well as researching online reviews. The reviews and friends all pointed me at Magnum and this line I was drawn to do to the pathogen/blood/water resistance of the ion technology.

    I've tried the boots on and they are comfortable. I have even done a water test ( of course the first attempt with that I stepped in too deep and soaked them. I realized I can't let the water get over the top part of the tongue of the shoe. Second test went better but I am going to do a third test to complete my video showing the boots off.

    Now I've just been trying them on so far around the house and they feel very comfortable so far. I had an old pair of hiking boots that were old heavy and unwieldy clunkers compared to these.

    I do have a question about the boots though. As you can see in this video the tongue along the top is fine but when you look at the bottom part of the tongue it looks like the stitching of the tongue is not done properly( to the same standards as the rest of the shoe ). I can't help but wonder if this will end up effecting the durability of the shoe in the long run. I'd appreciate some feedback, is this how the tongues on the inside are meant to look? Or is this indeed a quality control issue since this section of the tongue is typically out of sight? I will re-rate the durability and the Value of the boots after I have completed the LEO class wearing them.

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