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AR 670-1  AFI 36-2903 Compliant 


A true minimalist boot featuring a 2mm “drop” between the heel and forefoot, the Belleville MINI-MiL® TR105 is designed specifically for the conditioned warrior athlete currently training in minimalistic athletic footwear. Equipped with an exclusive VIBRAM® Tarsus slip resistant outsole, this quick-drying unlined boot is both highly breathable and lightweight too - weighing less 16 oz per half pair.

Mini-Mil TR105 / Minimalist Training Boot

$164.99 Belleville Public Cart
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ColorCoyote Brown
Height8” (Standard Military Height)
UpperCattlehide Leather/Nylon
OutsoleExclusive VIBRAM® Tarsus
Toe ProtectionSoft Toe
Weight16 oz per half pair
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Customer Boot Reviews
Patricia Irick      
I was used to my no-drop snowboots so there was no painful breaking in. I wore the coyote mini-mils for about a year. I swear the right boot is smaller. The toes are not as wide of a box as I would like. The shoe laces outlasted the boots.
But I love them. This time I am ordering the black ones as I think the slick leather will stand up better to a life with horses.
Getting ready to but my 4th pair. Didn't take me long to get used to them%u201D but I don't spent much time on the couch and wear a variety of footwear. Guess my feet were strong already or some people have weak feet. Who knows. I love them... my go to for everything and lighter than sneakers if you own those. I run in these.
Ben Richard      
These boot are close to perfect. Its unfortunate that it seems Belleville is deciding to ignore the hundreds of reviews about the heel cup and odd sizing. Anyhow, the short of it is I'm on my 4th pair. I use these at work, for hiking, and for Search and rescue. I wish the sizing wasn't so weird but I make due cause there isn't anything out there that's better for me. The main issue for me is that to get a boot that fits foot-bed wise i have to go all the way up to a 13W but then that make the overall volume of them boot almost to much. I like my laces tight and I cant tighten these as much as I like.
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