WWI French Army Reproduction Model 1912 Leather Marching Boots with 1916 Modifications – MDL. 1912/16
This is a reproduction of the WWI French Army Model 1912 Leather Marching Boots – also known as MDL. 1912 with 1916 modifications. The rough-side out boots have leather uppers, laces, heel and soles with hobnails. This pattern boot was used throughout WWI feature the additional support rivet alteration implemented in 1916 on each side of the front lacing flap.
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