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Article about: Awhile back I purchased a fine pair of German Officers boots in very good condition. They are knee high and quite solid with hardly any wear to the soles. The soles have a series of nails ar

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    No problem, here you go...

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    Thanks for the pictures Glenn. Still trying to learn about these. Some had buckles at the top and some do not. Is there any significance to that or just different designs by different boot makers? How about the toe, some more rounded and some a little squared off such as yours. Thanks, Bob

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    I have no answers to your questions as these are my only boots. There are no buckles, only 2 fabric 'tongues' to the interior of each boot, I assume to assist with pulling on.

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