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Information required - WW2 British Army field / combat boots - Double buckle. Studs. Broad Arrow.

Article about: Hello all. I have recently acquired what are believed to be a pair of WW2 British army field / combat boots. They are a grained tan leather and feature a double welted sole, twin buckle and

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    Default Information required - WW2 British Army field / combat boots - Double buckle. Studs. Broad Arrow.

    Hello all.

    I have recently acquired what are believed to be a pair of WW2 British army field / combat boots. They are a grained tan leather and feature a double welted sole, twin buckle and lace fastening, moc toe, & studded heel. The inside lining reads Upsons 1944 Dolcian 8 S - There is also a visible war department mark to the outer soles - Again embossed 8 S.

    Could anyone confirm where they were used and by who? At first I thought they were 'Jump Boots' , yet I've seen others advertise as Field Boots. I also wondered the value of them if possible.

    Thanks for your time.

    Regards, Gillan.

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    Quote by retrovintagelove View Post

    I also wondered the value of them if possible.

    Thanks for your time.

    Regards, Gillan.

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    Sorry, I can not help you with information about the boots but I would like to inform you that we are not a free appraisal service.
    Ralph.
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    Sorry . I must have missed the small print .

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    British/Canadian officers boots!...
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    Paul is correct. British officers boots.
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    Thank you both for taking the time to reply.

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