FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US COMBAT SERVICE “DOUBLE BUCKLES” BOOTS. Introduced In November, 1943 As A Replacement For Both The Service Shoes And The Paratrooper Boots. (Often Called Double-Buckles, they are Made Like Originals With Roughout Leather Uppers, Full Integral Rubber Sole, No Internal Toe Cap , Two Buckle Cuff With
FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION Issued boots for US paratroopers through 1943. These were also worn by regular troops who often “acquired” via alternative means. These feature russet brown leather uppers, toe caps, 12 eyelets, leather soles, slanted heels, rubber half soles and heels. These come with cloth laces. Fit: These are
FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US ARMY PARATROOPER JUMP BOOTS BLOUSING BANDS. Bands are 1/2″ quality black elastic, with a black metal hook and loop sewn to either end. These fit all but the skinniest or fattest legs. Very durable, and with the hook, easy to take off and put on.
MUSUEM GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US M1938 LEGGINGS. ISSUED TO US INFANTRY SOLDIERS, AND WORN WITH BOTH WOOL AND HBT TROUSERS. PRICED FOR THE PAIR. SIZE OPTIONS: 3R (FITS A 15-16 INCH CALF) 4R (FITS A 16-17 INCH CALF) 5R (FITS A 17-18 INCH CALF)
FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US RUSSETS TYPE II “ROUGHT OUTS” COMBAT FIELD BOOTS Officially called “Shoes, Service, Reverse Upper”. These pattern combat boots where introduced by the US Army in June 1943 and where the standard boots issued to the US Infantry. They would have been worn during training in