While i was searching for some cheap surplus boots to wear during the winter, i stumbled upon a a cheap pair of Korean War white felt arctic double buckle boots.
They seem to be made out of white felt and leather, and supposed to have been used in snowy conditions. Made during 1951. The only info i could find was form another fourm, which didnt have much to say about price other than that a guy saw them for sale for $20.
White Double Buckle Boots...Snow Boots - UNIFORMS - U.S. Militaria Forum
I did somehow find out they were called "boots, arctic, felt" if that helps.
So what are these worth? I was thinking if they're common enough/cheap enough, they might make good winter boots with the m43 stlye. However, given my "wear only common militaria rule", if they're too rare, i'd avoid them.
Any help? Thanks!