If there’s one thing that I’ve learned from years of hiking and hunting, it’s that a poor-quality pair of boots can determine whether you have a good event or not. This is true for rucking as well, something I enjoy doing to help maintain strength in the back and shoulders. There are many more advantages to rucking as well. It’s an important exercise for military service members at home and in deployments.
To define it, rucking is hiking with a filled backpack. The extra weight that transfers to the feet requires boots that are well made at the soles and tread while avoiding rigidity at the same time. Below are reviews showing ten of the best boots for this practice, along with buying information to help you decide on the foremost choice for your individual needs.