BOOT OF THE DAY | #193 | POST WAR II LACE UP BOOTS

Something special today. Please excuse the “non-perfect” pics but I did not make these myself. My boot buddy from Facebook’s BootOC – Boot Owners Club – HOUTY send me this from his new unworn dead stock post World War II boots. Aren’t these wonderful? Best condition. He bought the boots in Amsterdam for – in German we  say: “Apfel und ein Ei” – …  an apple and an egg … what means very cheap.  Houty wrote me that the  boots are built as robust as the vintage German tank TIGER – and indeed, they look damn tight. The boots must be made in the early fifties; before this time German military boots had no laces: mybe you know the famous “Knobelbecher”. I think they are about 6″ high, have a massive profiled nailed VORWERK sole, leather insole, 6 eyelets and a metal shank at the toe. Houty put the laces of his vintage Red Wing’s Beckman to it. Best look – great deal! If you have some questions concerning to the boots, please feel free to contact Houty. pics | HOUTY


 

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  1. Wow!It will be proven the best boots for women I'm damn sure of it.Women can put it on during doing office works,while going on tours,attending parties,facing challenges and obviously while doing shopping.Its stylish as well as comfortable too.

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  2. Boots are enormously popular for autumn and winter and we always advise to invest in several pairs to last you through the seasons. Shorter boots with a heel look great with trousers, Mid-calf boots can be worn with cropped trousers or skirts and knee-high boots go great with all types of skirts and dresses. Bestreview Craft

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