Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout
Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout

Ex-Army Brown Combat Boots (Women's) - Haix Scout

Product Ref: 03406.   Military Issue - Used
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Genuine issue from British army - made by Haix
  • Water resistant full grain leather and breathable hydrophobid textile upper
  • Four-layer Gore-tex lining (untested)
  • Abrasion-resistant lining with fleece mid layer
  • Moisture absorbent insole with torsion-proofing (prevents puncual pressure from stones, etc.)
  • Climate System with Micro-Dry lining at the top of the boot leg
  • Locking D-ring lace system
  • High rubber rand to protect lower part of boot and provide optimal stability
  • PU/Nitrile Davos rubber sole featuring the MicroSoft Light (MSL) system to achieve extremely low weight, excellent cold/heat insulation and non-marking characteristics
  • Weight for single size 9 boot is approx 900g
  • Height for size 9 boot is approx 25cm
These Haix Scout Combat Boots have been specifically developed for the British military.
Together with the Altberg Defender boots, these are the new issue boots designed to be worn with the MTP uniform.
These boots fall within the MOD's specification for "Boots Combat High Liability (BCHL)". The official specification states "The BCHL is primarily for intensive combat use, although it may also be used for lightweight patrolling. Terrain including field, track, road, rubble and rock. The area of use and terrain embraces climatic areas A3 and C0 as described in Defence Standard 00-35 (Part 4); this covers temperatures ranging from -10C to +35C and 0%rH to 80%rH. The extremes of this range will be for short periods of use and in combination i.e. with Warm Weather or Extreme Cold Weather (ECW) socks and GS Gaiter."
Founded in the Bavarian town of Mainburg in 1948, Haix built up a reputation for high quality boots for fire-fighting professionals. Since then they have expanded their range with boots for hunting and military.
These are used boots and so may arrive with some mud and/or scuffs and scratches, but they are very rugged and so have plenty of life left in them. We cannot offer any guarantees as to the cosmetic condition of these boots. Also, we cannot guarantee that the gore-tex membrane is still 100% waterproof as we do not know the usage history of the boots.
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