WWII U.S. Footwear
Replica of US Army Jump boots, infantry boots, leggings and other footwear accessories.
The M43 buckle boots where in general issue by the winter of 1944/45 and where worn by all branches of service including the Paratroopers, Armoured and Infantry. Made by extending the service shoe with a high top cuff that closed by a pair of buckles and straps.Out of stock114,00 €We bring for your
Issue boot for US Army paratroopers through 1943. These were also sought after by regular troops who often purloined or "acquired" via alternative means. These feature russet brown leather uppers, toe caps, 12 eyelets, leather soles, and slanted heels. These come with cloth laces. Leather laces available below.In Stock104,00 €Dispatch in 2 working days
Copy of Roughout Service shoe issued in WWII. These are made with flesh out leather for better water repellancy, rubber soles and no toe cap. They were to be issued overseas only. For field use, this was worn with the M1938 LeggingsLow Stock89,00 €Dispatch in 2 working days
Standard service shoe (lowboot) issued in WWII. Was the most common shoe for soldiers in the army and air corps. It features chrome tanned russet brown leather upper, toe cap, leather sole, rubber heel and half soles. For field use, this was worn with the M1938 LeggingsLow Stock99,00 €Dispatch in 2 working days