DMS Ankle Boots

DMS Ankle Boots

Product Ref: 00070.   Military Issue - Used
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Grained leather upper
  • Smooth toe cap
  • Directly moulded sole
These were the general service issue boot up until the Falklands conflict. Please note that very small sizes are limited availability.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: What is meant by small, medium, and large in the 'size' box please ?
A: This refers to the width of the boot.
Q: Are the boots new and water proof?
A: They are used military issue, grade 1 condition. They are not waterproof.
Q: Would these be able to be used for drill and could they be studded.
A: Yes and yes.
Q: The boots in the illustration look like they have been worn. Are the DMS boots you are selling new or second hand? and is the illustration a true representation of what I will get if I buy a pair?
A: These are used, grade 1 condition. Obviously each pair will be different, but the one in the picture is representative.
Q: Could you get these in a red or burgundy?
A: Sorry, no.
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