US Stirrup Guards

US Stirrup Guards

With the advent of laced riding boots, soldiers began wearing optional stirrup guards on the upper spur strap to protect the boot laces from wearing on the stirrup.  NOTE:  These guards will only fit on the post WWI untapered spur straps.

 
Our PriceUS$ 12.00
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Weight0.01
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