US Patton Style Officer Riding Boot

US Patton Style Officer Riding Boot

The 3-buckle style riding became popular in WWI, copied from British officers, and was in use until boots and breeches went out of style in mid-WWII.  These are very high quality boots, featuring a full soft leather lining.  Made to fit today's larger legs.  Order your regular size.

 
Our PriceUS$ 385.00
Code103725000
Stock14
Weight2.85
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