First Pattern Jungle Boots

First Pattern Jungle Boots
First Pattern Jungle Boots
First Pattern Jungle Boots
First Pattern Jungle Boots
First Pattern Jungle Boots
New reproduction of the earliest pattern of Jungle Boot.
 
Our PriceUS$ 115.00
Code108519000
Stock172
Weight2
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The First Pattern of Boot, Combat, Tropical was issued from 1960, replacing the earlier style with buckled top. This boot features a Direct Molded Sole, and is distinguished from later patterns with leather reinforcing strips at the top and back. It also had flat laces. We are not able to replicate the nylon mesh insole of this boot. All sizes are Wide.

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