US M1911 Leather Puttees

US M1911 Leather Puttees

In 1911 the US Army switched from canvas leggings to leather puttees for all mounted services.  There were several variations issued until the switch to leather lined canvas leggings in 1917.  Current production are supplied in natural undyed leather.

 
Our PriceUS$ 85.00
Code103138000
Stock51
Weight1
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This is the type most commonly seen in photos of the Punitive Expedition.  Made from heavy oak-tanned leather for a lifetime of service.

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