NVA leather jackboots, old model, surplus
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Finnish E-tool, WW2 model, surplus
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Tallipoika Natural tar, 500 ml
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SealSkinz Hiking Mid Mid Socks
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Well how about that - it's not just any year you see old East German leather soled marching boots on sale. And after this small batch from our rental stocks is gone, good luck finding them. Actually a very nice pair of boots, very fitting for their kind.
Leather sole with rubber heel piece, with even some cushioning there, upper made of leather, with leather lining. The last is actually shaped like the human foot, it's not pointy or nasty or anything. Nice. The fit is quite snug, so these have a summer like feel to them. They are well usable without layers of footwraps and whatnot.
Keep them in shape with polish and grease. Pay extra attention to crevices when servicing.
Sizes in the historical Germanic system, boot inside length in centimetres. In the brackets you can see the standard EU/French size. If you just have to pick by the German size, remember to leave at least 1 cm extra room for the toe.
Used, a bit dirty, but intact and serviceable. Clean up & grease them. Then walk. When the time comes, a cobbler worth his/her salt can service them further.