Men's Reproduction U.S. Military WWII Paratrooper Boots, Brown

Item # WX2-124490

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Reproduction U.S. Military WWII Paratrooper Boots

Ger-ron-imo! Green light. Let's bail out in a mass jump. That's how it was over unfriendly skies during WWII. Gutsy G.I.s were mighty glad to jump with these tough Army Boots. Now you can re-live the excitement on the ground.

Made to the exacting specs of yesteryear:
  • Full-grain leather uppers
  • Repairable Goodyear welt for stability
  • 12-eyelet lacing system
  • Leather and rubber sure-grip outsole
  • High-polish cap-toe design
  • Each approx. 11"h., 36 ozs.

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  1. 5 stars
    The men's reproduction U.S. WW II paratrooper boots are a well made product and represents the orginal item extremely well.
  2. Love the boots, can't wait to jump out of a plane with them.
  3. Best boot repro I've seen in years,as good or better than the original!!
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