Desert Boots MELTING in desert heat?

untallguy

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#2
Cheers for that - as the current boot sole has a hot contact
melting temperature in excess of 180 °C and the improved boot (entering service) sole goes up to 300 °C, I don't think that there will be too much of a problem.

If you're patrolling where the temperature of the soil you are walking on is between 180 and 300 °C, you are either:

a. On the sunny side of the planet Mercury;
b. Walking on red-hot molten magma.

Either way, you're shafted and not worrying too much about the soles of your boots melting.

Moral of the story: don't believe everything you hear in the news about kit!
 
#4
BB, are you on some sort of commission from Corcoran? you seem to recommend them in every boot thread.
 
#5
Glad you spotted that too fez - I'm rather bored with seeing BB's corcoran boot guide a pair at a time.

Either admit you work for them and pay advertisers rates, or please stop boring us with pics of American boots very few people will buy in the UK.
 
#7
well, that wont be the first time .............. :(
 

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