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New "lightweight" combat boots of the Swiss Army - KS LIGHT (AKU) Armee-Kampfstiefel

KS Light are the newest lightweight combat boots, more comfortable than KS90, the previous model. These boots incarnated many characteristic elements of trekking boots.

According the user's feedbacks, these boots are quite easy to use, fit the majority of users and need no "breaking in". The boot's lacing system consists of five pairs of "D"-shaped rings and four pairs of hooks and allows to fix the ankle securely.

The plane section laces are used, and the design of hooks at the upper part of the lacing reduces the risk of catching on the ammunition parts.

The boot's upper is made of combination of high-quality black leather and hydrophobic nylon (Cordura), the lining is made of the GORE-TEX membrane material. The heel is reinforced with leather patch. These high boots feature soft leather cushion at the top of the boot, the boots' soft leather tongue is stitched high to the top. Damping inserts on the back sides of the boot's upper provide extra flexibility and comfort of wear. The out-sole is produced by "Vibram", the junction of the sole and the upper is covered with protective rubber tape, similar to KS90 boots and other models of mountain boots.

This model of new Swiss army boots is available in sizes ranging from 40 to 46, with half-size options. In Switzerland, these boots cost about 380-390 Swiss Francs.

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