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Customize Your Nike SF Boots

Nike has added the popular SF boot to their Nike iD program. While you’re sitting around waiting for the big game to start head over to and try out a few combos.

With color and material options including synthetic suede and full grain leather lowers and leather or canvas uppers, including solids and camo prints you can build exactly the boot you need.


13 Responses to “Customize Your Nike SF Boots”

  1. Jason says:

    I wish my feet were smaller. I wear a size fifteen

    • T. Whitney says:

      i know your pain man. unless i want loafers im stuck with boots or basketball shoes. i was going to click the link, then i read your comment.

    • Spencer W says:

      I know what you mean, trust me, my flippers take a least a size 15 4E. But they do have size 15.

  2. Chris says:

    hours of entertainment there…

  3. Alex says:

    Anyone had any experience with how the boots themselves perform?

    • SSD says:

      They are high top Nike Frees. They are comfy but not made for field duty.

    • Joe says:

      Depends on who you are. I have no problem wearing them for ruck runs; but I have strong ankles and knees, a background in distance running, and no medical issues. IMHO they are ideal as a CQB, urban boot. Fast in, out stuff. Not the best for rugged terrain, they offer little ankle support. Going to hop out the helo, kick in the door, and roll out? No problem. Going to hum 5clicks in with a ruck? Might want to go with some Danners.

  4. I see what you mean but... says:

    Bro, I know your preference and all but those look they came out of a rap video, yo!

  5. My Nike boots are nice to wear pretty much in accordance with what Joe said, but they wouldn’t be my first choice for long term wear in difficult terrain. Black ones are comfortable as hell and make great patrol boots if you’re a LEO.

  6. Roger says:

    Went on the website and made myself some jungle boot colored ones for fun. $175 for a pair of high-top sneakers. Ouch

  7. AdamG says:

    I wish the zipper front panel version was available and not just a special run. I’d build a pair in a second. They would be ideal as a comfy station boot for work on the ambulance and quick to get out of to throw on turnout gear.