British B5 Boots

British B5 Boots
British B5 Boots
British B5 Boots
British B5 Boots
New reproduction of one of the most common British boots of WWI
 
Our PriceUS$ 165.00
Code206124000
Stock19
Weight1.5
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During WWI the British Army issued a wide array of footwear. One of the best and most issued designs is the B5 boot. These were often dyed brown or black, but also were worn with only waterproofing treatment to affect color.

We have left them in natural color to make it easier for the user to dye or treat them as he deems appropriate.
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