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ARMY BOOTS OF THE WORLD. REVIEWS

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

Holland

Mountain and Ski Boots of the Dutch Armed forces

For the mountainous terrain the Armed Forces of the Netherlands muses the boots, manufactured by "Alico Sport Di Altin F.&C. (SAS)", a famous Italian company from the city Chera di San Marco.

This short insulated boots are made of hydrophobic smooth black leather. The out-sole is a standard "Vibram" with classic tread pattern and additional stubs and grooves on the heels, intended for skis fastening. At the junction of the sole and leather upper these boots feature the reinforced rubberised bezel, a typical protective element for professional mountain boots.

Structurally, these boots have minimal number of stitches, one can mention protective leather pad on the rear side of the boots and soft damping "collar" on the boot's top. The lacing system is provided by three pairs of "D" -shaped rings and two pairs of hooks for lacing.

Data sources:

http://www.bataindustrials.com

http://www.gerba.nl

http://www.lavoroeurope.com

http://www.defensie.nl/english/

http://www.flagchart.net/nlmil.htm

http://armyworld.pl

http://www.dumpstorehengelo.nl

http://www.surplusandoutdoors.com

http://soldiersystems.net/blog1

http://olive-drab.com

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