German Marching Boots (Early pattern)

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Boots made for the German Military, worn by you.

Everyone with a hint of ww2 recognises the German jack boots (Marschstiefel). In the post-war period, these boots went under several changes but those made for the Berlin Watch Batallion, were still made as per pre-ww2 Specifications.

These boots have very light use, and feature a

  • authentic leather
  • pull straps
  • metal heel plate
  • leather sole

Since these boots were meant for urban use, the leather sole is covered with a rubber outer-sole. This can easily be removed to allow hobnails attachment. 

Excellent opportunity to own a military-grade jackboot. Sizes are exact.

* Shows minor signs of use, but still in very good condition. Will also include a pair of black socks for parade.

Historical Info on German Jack boots (Marching Boots)

All German front-line troops went to war with a distinctive and protective footwear, the Marching boots, commonly known as the German Jack boots. In November 1939, a new order was given to shorten all newly produced jackboots' shaft to around 29cm (from 35cm). However, as war progressed, and materials got scarce, the ankle boots were and gaiters took over.

German Marching Boots (Early pattern)

Boots made for the German Military, worn by you.

Everyone with a hint of ww2 recognises the German jack boots (Marschstiefel). In the post-war period, these boots went under several changes but those made for the Berlin Watch Batallion, were still made as per pre-ww2 Specifications.

These boots have very light use, and feature a

  • authentic leather
  • pull straps
  • metal heel plate
  • leather sole

Since these boots were meant for urban use, the leather sole is covered with a rubber outer-sole. This can easily be removed to allow hobnails attachment. 

Excellent opportunity to own a military-grade jackboot. Sizes are exact.

* Shows minor signs of use, but still in very good condition. Will also include a pair of black socks for parade.

Historical Info on German Jack boots (Marching Boots)

All German front-line troops went to war with a distinctive and protective footwear, the Marching boots, commonly known as the German Jack boots. In November 1939, a new order was given to shorten all newly produced jackboots' shaft to around 29cm (from 35cm). However, as war progressed, and materials got scarce, the ankle boots were and gaiters took over.

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