Unissued Original German WWII Felt Sentry Winter Boots Dated 1942 With Factory Rope
Original German WWII Felt Sentry Winter Boots Dated 1942

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Unissued Original German WWII Felt Sentry Winter Boots Dated 1942 With Factory Rope (Wehrmacht Winterstiefel)- Presented here is a pair of remarkably preserved Wehrmacht winter sentry boots, originating from 1942 and retaining their unissued state. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these boots showcase an unparalleled level of preservation that allows us to connect with history in an unprecedented way.
These boots embody the expertise of their era, featuring a robust wooden sole expertly affixed to substantial leather components through the use of nails, a testament to their enduring durability. The interior of the boots is luxuriously lined with wool, exemplifying a commitment to both practicality and comfort.
Secured with dual leather straps enhanced by adjustable magnetic metal buckles, these boots not only stand as a testament to functional design but also provide a glimpse into the innovative craftsmanship of the time. Although the buckles do exhibit minor rust, this only adds to the authenticity of their wartime legacy.
Embedded within the interior of each boot is a manufacturer's label that proudly bears the inscription "EiFi 1942", accompanied by the size marking "30". The presence of both leather pull tongues enhances their practicality and aesthetic appeal. While one heel displays minor damage, it serves as a gentle reminder of the passage of time.
An intriguing touch of history is evident in the form of a small piece of factory rope that still binds the boots together, an authentic relic of their manufacturing process. Despite their age, these boots retain a remarkable unissued quality, inviting us to glimpse the past and appreciate the dedication of those who crafted and wore them.

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