Belleville Sabre Boots
Belleville knows military boots. Period.
When Belleville released the Flyweight, it changed garrision boots forever by creating a supremely lighweight boot that wore like a sneaker while offering durability and performance that you would expect from your uniform boots. Well, patriots, Belleville has done it again with the release of the Belleville Sabre.
The Belleville Sabre Hot Weather Hybrid Assault Combat Boot is a high octane, ass-kicking combination of full-grain cowhide leather, nylon fabric, and leather suede. These boots feature a 100% Rubber VIBRAM IBEX outsole for taking on rugged terrain, plus a premium polyurethan removable insert, sharp angled lugs, and defined heel to maximize traction, no matter where duty dakes you. Saw toothed toe bumpers and heels aid in climbing and crawling, since your mission may take you to the extreme. Oh, and did we mention that these are hot weather hybrid boots, ready for service in the extreme conditions?
Bellville Sabre boots are lighweight (for better mobility and speed), comfortable (for all day wear), and meet the standard 8″ military height (to complete your uniform). Plus, Belleville Sabres are made in the USA and are Berry Compliant. Would you expect anything less? We carry pairs in both ABU approved Sage Green and Desert Tan.
Arm your feet for the fight with a pair of Belleville Sabre boots. They truly are second-to-none.
Bates Mens Tropical SEALS DuraShocks Black Boots
We’ve been expanding our selection of law enforcement gear for quite some time, conscious that those brave men and women in uniform need solid gear that they usually have to search high and low for just to get a great deal. We want to make it easy for those who serve – in all occupations -to find what they need to suit up. We’ve long been a provider of military gear, but for those in law enforcement, Patriot Surplus is now the new – and most awesome – kid on the block for police boots, uniforms, and more. That’s right. We’re the kid with the really awesome Trapper Keeper. And stickers. Badass stickers.
But anyways, back to what we REALLY want to talk about. Bates boots.
We’ve just added a bunch of Bates boots to our selection. Bates is one of those brands that just knows what a patriot needs to serve. It offers a full line of boots for police officers as well as military personnel, so you know you’re getting a brand that’s built around the principles of quality and precision you’ve come to expect from your footwear. In fact, Bates boots have been around for decades and are known for their performance, long-lasting comfort, and durability. Bates boots are pairs that serve with honor and integrity – just like you.
Patriot Surplus is proud to carry Bates boots in options for the soldier, first responder, law enforcement professional, or hiker. Heck, we even have Bates dress oxfords that go perfectly with your dress uniform. No matter what you have in store for that day – or for duty in general – Bates boots will keep you ready for anything. After all, there’s a reason that Bates is known for being “HONOR BOUND”.
Check out our selection of Bates Boots today.
August 19th is National Aviation Day! Patriot Surplus celebrates the service of our Air Force each and every day through remembering their contributions to our country and giving thanks for the many years of service. If you’re looking to observe National Aviation Day this year, or didn’t get time to celebrate last year, there are still plenty of ways for you to do so. Here’s how you can show your appreciation – and spark an interest – in aviation and the contributions of our air force:
- Volunteer your time or support the Air Force Aid Society, which provides relief for Air Force service members, veterans, and families. There are also dozens of military-related foundations, scholarship funds, and aid organizations out there which you can support with time, awareness, or donations.
- Send a letter, card, gift, or care package to an Air Force service member.
- Visit the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Springhill Pike, Ohio. This landmark is the largest and oldest military aviation museum.
- Visit The Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. At this site, you’ll see where the brothers got the first plane off the ground in 1903, plus reproductions of turn of the century aircraft and exhibits.
- Attend airport fly ins or aviation exhibit events in your local community. Nothing going on this season? Give your local airports or aviation groups a call to arrange for a tour or presentation on aviation.
- Volunteer to read at a local library or in the classroom about aviation. Books like First Flight by George Shea are a great way to teach about the history of flight while instilling a love of aviation. You can also consider making aviation-related crafts, like paper airplanes or airplane models, with youth groups.
For more ways to support the Air Force in honor of National Aviation Day, visit Military.com.
How do you celebrate aviation and the contributions of our Air Force?