US M1917 Marching Shoes (Available to US Customers only)

US M1917 Marching Shoes (Available to US Customers only)
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This was the first attempt to replace the M1904 Marching Shoe with a durable field boot. 
 
Our PriceUS$ 145.00
Code104690000
Stock8
Weight0.01
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 It was issued with hobnails or heel irons (these were later added when the boots were sent in for repair). WPG's reproductions are made of quality leather with old fashioned craftsmanship.

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