Museum-quality repro of French World War I ankle boots - Brodequins Mle. 1917. It was a new model of ankle boots for French army, with some with structural changes.
Boots are made of thick leather, they also have proper round and square hobnails. Laces made of leather. Highly recommended! Made by us Poland! Please pay attention - due to the use of only natural materials, the shoes may slightly differ in shade from those shown in the photo, have minor skin imperfections. It is normal when using any natural raw material.
• Perfect for reenacment!
• Museum-quality repro!
• New, unused item!
• Natural leather!
• Wood pegged sole!
• Correct hobnails!
• The guarantee does not cover mechanical damage or resulting from improper use, also elements that exploited out - heelirons, nails, laces, toecaps are not covered!
Such shoes were used in French Army during World War I, later also in Blue Army during Polish-bolshevik war.
FOOTWEAR MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Shoes need proper maintenance in accordance with the instructions prepared by us. Failure to do so may result in a drastic reduction in their durability and loss of warranty. Detailed instructions are available at the following address:
-> Instructions for use and maintenance of leather shoes <-
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