French Mle 1912/ 16 Boots

French Mle 1912/ 16 Boots
A new reproduction of the most commonly used French boot of WWI
 
Our PriceUS$ 165.00
Code206023000
Stock20
Weight2.5
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The Modele 1912 boot, modified in 1915 and again in 1916, was widely used in the French Army. This boot was also supplied to many allied armies, including the American Expeditionary Force. The main difference from the 1912/15 boots is the addition of the rivet below the front lace.

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