BW combat boots with safety toe, surplus
Product is out of stock and is unlikely restocked in the near future :-(
These might also interest you
Shoe brush, dual action
A two-sided shoe brush - the smaller brush is for applying shoe polish, the larger one for polishing.
BW shoe polish
Dirt cheap German black, brown and colourless shoe polishes! Best applied on smooth leather footwear. Suitable for boots with membranes too.
Jalas FX2 insoles
The insole of the latest Finnish army combat boot is a giant leap forward from the old stuff. This is yet another step forward, with an additional cushion in the ball of the foot. "The best thing since sliced bread", as one of our employees has been heard exclaiming. Repeatedly.
Särmä merino socks
If you still use cotton socks, dump them now and get these instead. These are superb for outdoor use, but work just as well as formal wear too! These aren't thick, so they can be used around the year. Made with our own specs in Finland.
BW field trousers, Flecktarn, surplus
These are the most popular used trousers we have. This is not too surprising, however, since these trousers are really good and dirt cheap. Genuine German army issue.
BW field shirt, Flecktarn, surplus
An excellent German Bundeswehr issue summer shirt for a few bucks. We used to sell these for 1 EUR, but our supplier saw high demand and upped the prices. This is still a damn good deal!
BW parka, Flecktarn, surplus
The standard field jacket used by the Bunderswehr when it's not exactly an indian summer. One of our top sellers, this parka is a tried and true modern classic and for a reason. We've also got matching trousers for these!
Bundesmarine deck shoes, surplus
German navy low service shoes - unlike in the army, the shaft length matters only under the deck. Leather & cordura uppers, rubber sole. The grip should be pretty good on slippery surfaces, these being meant to be used onboard ships. Usually in better condition than pictured!
BW KS2005 / Haix DMS combat boots, surplus
German current issue infantry combat boot, Kampfstiefel 2005, or Haix DMS. Used.
Bundesmarine jackboots, surplus
Although traditional leather jackboots weren't a large part of the image of the Bundesrepublik Deutschland, nothing stopped them from making them. These are German navy issue boots.
German Bundeswehr issue safety boots. Non-GTX, well padded with a DMS sole and a safety toe. Very comfy boots.
By ordering "Kampfstiefel 2000" from our supplier we get four different kinds of boots which we sort out here. This is one of them. It's pretty much like the Haix DMS, but with safety features. Even between these there are some differences, mainly concerning the visual appearance of the safety toe: it's either on the outside as a cap or hidden inside. We can't sell these as official safety boots - these are used. Unofficially these will hold up to anything, probably.
Good stuff comes cheap sometimes - for this price, the German boots probably are the best there is in all leather combat shoes. Comfortable, breathes surprisingly well and has a speed lacing system. No membranes whatsoever, you just treat these with regular polish and grease. The three-layered construction keeps water out pretty long, even if the top layer gets wet.
Normally the Bundeswehr sizing system is Mondopoint, but these are in bog standard European/French sizes.
The condition seems to be excellent overall, just slightly used if at all. Of course you might want to clean them a bit before use, these are army surplus after all.
PS: I did and mine came rather used but quite serviceable.
Please report this product review if for example:
- Review is wildly obscene or completely irrelevant.
- Reviewer has not actually used the product he is reviewing.
If you strongly disagree with this review, please press "I disagree" button above.