SITE MENU / Heading Content

Rights Reserved - Free Access.
This digital object is protected by copyright and/or related rights. This digital object is accessible without charge, but its use is subject to written permission.
Unless expressly stated otherwise in the licensing conditions, you are free to make any of the acts permitted by your national copyright and related rights act, including browsing, printing and making a copy for your own personal purposes.
All other acts of reproduction and communication to the public are subject to the licensing conditions attached to the digital object.

ARMY BOOTS OF THE WORLD. REVIEWS

Important notice: we do not sell any boots! The prices are given for information purposes only!

Denmark

Danish Army WinTherm Insulated Patrol Boots (LeBOCK Patruljestovle WinTherm)

For extreme weather conditions (heat and cold), the Danish Armed Forces use simple and comfortable "patrol" boots, manufactured by "LeBOCK" company. These boots are really created by quality work boots and made of hydrophobic leather, despite the fact that they are quite lightweight: a single boot weighs just 635 grams. The style of these boots is characterized by minimum number of seams, a powerful "collar" padding for insulation and cushioning at the top of the boots. These boots are lined with WinTherm® microfibre, a breathable material that provides insulation from heat, and from cold up to -20 C.

There are 2 types of lacing of these boots, as shown on the photos: four pairs of simple round eyelets + three pairs of speed lacing eyelets, or five pairs of D-shaped half-rings + three pairs of speed lacing eyelets. The flap of the boot's tongue is semi-closed, and the boot's tongue is stitched almost to the top of the boots. The padded DMS (Direct Mould Sole)-type out-soles are composite in construction, and made of polyurethane and thermo-polyurethane. The out-soles are antistatic, slip resistant and oil-petrol-resistant. On the toe and on the heels the out-soles "come up" for better protection of the feet.

The cost of these boots on the manufacturer's website is 940 Danish Kroner (about 126 Euros).

The sources of the photos and information:

http://lebock.dk

Exclusively for cartalana.com


mobile version of the page

We have much more interesting information on this site.
Click MENU to check it out!

cartalana.com© 2011-2020 mailto: koshka@cartalana.org

Google+