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ARMY BOOTS OF THE WORLD. REVIEWS

The Slovak military boots model 2007 (Obuv vojenská "Kanady vz.2007") reflect the trends of the 2000s: the tread pattern is exactly the same as on Bundeswehr Modell 2000 and Modell 2005/2007 boots, as well as on the latest models of military boots of Belgium, the Netherlands, Romania, but the out-soles themselves are made of solid vulcanized rubber, oil-gasoline-acid resistant, antistatic, resistant to abrasion and slip, without any foamy-type crap, which tends to crush and crumble.

Soft leather padding "cushioning" at the top and inner lining are made of soft "glove"-type leather also remind the latest models of the Dutch and Belgian boots. At the same time, they retain the appearance close to the Czechoslovakian boots of model 1990. The lacing system consists of three pairs of simple round eyelets in the lower part and the "speed-lacing" system of five pairs of "D-shaped" ring at the top of the lacing.

The top of "Kanady vz.2007" boots are made of smooth soft leather with hydrophobic impregnation, the tongue is padded, as in the Dutch boots, the counter is reinforced, and a pair of metal rivets at the bottom of the lacing system is added too.


In Slovakia, these boots can be found for purchased 70 Euros.

Slovakian Summer Boots "Kanady Silga S07058"

"Kanady Silga S07058" - black lightweight Slovakian boots can be used in both dry and wet hot climate, just as similar Estonian boots "Samelin" model 598.

The top of these boots is composite: black grained leather with hydrophobic impregnation of 1.6-2.0 mm thickness is combined with CORDURA 2000 nylon breathable material (and textile lining). The leather parts of the boot's top are: the toe and the counter; the lacing system (consisting of eight pairs of "D-shaped" rings); the reinforcement gussets stitched on the sides and soft padded "collar" on top of the boot.

The insoles are anatomical, antibacterial, washable, 2 mm in thick. The out-sole type is U5193, it is made of thick rubber, antistatic and resistant to oil, acid, slip and abrasion.

These boots are convenient and comfortable, though they are quite stiff, and can be used as work boots. The price of these boots in Slovakia is just about 60 Euros.

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