US M1918 Pershing Trench Boots (Available to Non-US clients only)

US M1918 Pershing Trench Boots (Available to Non-US clients only)
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A new reproduction of the very rare boot issued near the end of WWI.
 
Our PriceUS$ 165.00
Code104759000
Stock35
Weight4
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 This boot incorporated lessons learned from the failures of previous models, and featured a triple thickness sole, triple stitching on the backstay, and a massive toe iron. It was obviously intended to enable a Doughboy to march all the way to Berlin without any shoe maintenance.

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