UK Fox Style Officer Puttees

UK Fox Style Officer Puttees
New Reproduction of the high-quality taupe wool puttees worn by officers.  
 
Our PriceUS$ 32.00
Code204315000
Stock241
Weight0.5
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These even include the brass Left and Right indicator tabs. Long length to wrap to the knee, or short length for ankle wrap.
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