Soviet leather jackboots with leather soles, WW2 model, surplus
To the best of our knowledge, these are very much like WW2 era soldier's boots á la CCCP. A pair of really historic looking footwear manufactured during the Cold War. Just a few pairs! Russian leather boots are usually made of very strong materials, with a traditional look to them.
Made of thick and strong leather with nailed-on leather sole. The Russian leather has a particular odour which will surely charm your company.
Height from ground to top about 41 cm, shaft inside circumference 38-39 cm.
Sizes in the Soviet system, which is first the recommended foot length in millimetres, then EU/French size. These are designed to be used with footwraps, so if you wear socks, wear thicker ones.
The last is sorta human shaped, but not excessively wide.
In unissued shape, but old. Not WW2 old, but maybe made in the 60's or something. These have been stored for ages, and the leather sole might be bent to some direction. It will straighten up in use. If you intend on using these we strongly suggest having a cobbler install a pair of rubber half-soles on.
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