The Nike SFB, or Special Field Boot, breaks new ground in lightweight athletic boots, delivering innovation for athletes in any environment. Built with Bill Bowerman's 'Might in Light' mantra and using Nike Free technology, the Nike SFB is a truly modern tactical boot.
Lightweight and comfortable, the Nike tactical boots are ideal for daily wear, patrol, or duty use. The British Khaki, or Desert Tan color, is approved for wear with US Army ACUs. Renowned for their ability to keep feet cool and dry quickly, the SFB is highly regarded by US Military soldiers deployed overseas, as well as shooters and other tactical professionals.
Nike Special Field Boot SFB Tan Features:
- US Military ACU Approved
- Ultra Lightweight Construction
- Breathable Upper Material
- Metal Eyelets for Durability
- Flexible Nike FREE Technology
- Rapid Drying Construction
The SFB is perfect for warm weather conditions, and is the lightest, fastest drying natural motion boot on the planet. It features Nike Free technology and cushioning unit that helps with optimal support and speed, allowing for quick movement in any direction while drastically reducing the weight of conventional boots.
Offering unparalleled grip, the SFB’s outsole is fitted with a directional traction heel that utilizes reverse tread bars and a slightly raised heel for better control going downhill. The flexible forefoot is placed to allow agility and traction in any terrain. The SFB is equipped with a puncture-resistant thermoplastic forefoot shield and genuine leather with Kevlar sheath, offering protection to the wearer from jagged rocky terrain.
Highly protective while light and flexible, the SFB’s upper is comprised of a polyester woven shell wrapped in synthetic leather overlays. This cuts down “break-in” time associated with most other boots to nearly zero. The Speed Lacing System, made of 550 cord run through metal speed-lacing eyelets, keeps the foot secure while also making the SFB easy to get in or out of. Simply put, this boot was built for comfort, speed, agility.
You can check out an overview of the Nike Special Field Systems here, which also shows new and upcoming SFS products.