Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots
Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots
Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots
Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots
Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots
Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots

Jungle pattern boots with a sandy twist.

Made by Haix, these were built for the German Naval deck crews. Insulated for hot and cold, quick drying, and reinforced in the toe and heel ⁠— You wouldn't think Suede boots could be so resilient. 

However with an Oil and Fuel resistant Anti-static sole to top things off, you should feel confident sticking your foot in most places shy of punji traps.

Specifications

  • Reinforced toe and heel
  • Double Stitched 
  • Mesh internal cushioning
  • Metal free 
  • Oil and fuel resistant
  • Anti-static sole
  • Unique lacing system
  • Quick dry lining
  • ISO 20345:2011 (safety footwear standards) compliant
  • Water repellent
  • Highest possible slip resistance rating (SRC)
  • Hot temperature (150°C insulation, 300°C direct contact) certified
  • Cold temperature (-17°C insulation) certified

Condition

Boots are in Excellent to Great condition. The main difference between boots is the color and cosmetic condition of the hydrophobic suede. The natural color can variy from medium to khaki brown, and may exhibit light scuffing, dirt, and signs of use.

Taking care of Suede

As with most things, prevention is the best step to keeping suede shoes clean. A spray-on suede protector will help protect the leather from dirt and stains.

Regularly brushing the leather with a suede brush or a soft bristle brush removes loose dirt from the surface,  prevents said dirt from getting matted into the fibers over time, and keeps the fibers looking fresh.

Small scuffs are usually just spots in the leather where the fibers have become matted down. If brushing isn't lifting the fibers, running a knife or a thin edged object lightly over the area will help reduce the matting.

For water stains, the best removal method is to lightly wet the affected area and dab with a rag, until the color and texture is even. Place the boot on a shoe/boot tree, or fill it with paper to hold the boots shape as it dries. Once it has dried, brush over the surface with a soft dry brush.

For tougher stains like salt and mud, use a mix of 2 parts water to 1 part white vinegar  to lightly wet the leather until the color and texture are even. After letting it dry, brush with a soft bristle brush.

These are the most common methods for caring for suede boots, and more in-depth, niche guides can be found through a quick search on the web.

Bundeswehr Tropical Naval Board Boots

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Jungle pattern boots with a sandy twist.

Made by Haix, these were built for the German Naval deck crews. Insulated for hot and cold, quick drying, and reinforced in the toe and heel ⁠— You wouldn't think Suede boots could be so resilient. 

However with an Oil and Fuel resistant Anti-static sole to top things off, you should feel confident sticking your foot in most places shy of punji traps.

Specifications

  • Reinforced toe and heel
  • Double Stitched 
  • Mesh internal cushioning
  • Metal free 
  • Oil and fuel resistant
  • Anti-static sole
  • Unique lacing system
  • Quick dry lining
  • ISO 20345:2011 (safety footwear standards) compliant
  • Water repellent
  • Highest possible slip resistance rating (SRC)
  • Hot temperature (150°C insulation, 300°C direct contact) certified
  • Cold temperature (-17°C insulation) certified

Condition

Boots are in Excellent to Great condition. The main difference between boots is the color and cosmetic condition of the hydrophobic suede. The natural color can variy from medium to khaki brown, and may exhibit light scuffing, dirt, and signs of use.

Taking care of Suede

As with most things, prevention is the best step to keeping suede shoes clean. A spray-on suede protector will help protect the leather from dirt and stains.

Regularly brushing the leather with a suede brush or a soft bristle brush removes loose dirt from the surface,  prevents said dirt from getting matted into the fibers over time, and keeps the fibers looking fresh.

Small scuffs are usually just spots in the leather where the fibers have become matted down. If brushing isn't lifting the fibers, running a knife or a thin edged object lightly over the area will help reduce the matting.

For water stains, the best removal method is to lightly wet the affected area and dab with a rag, until the color and texture is even. Place the boot on a shoe/boot tree, or fill it with paper to hold the boots shape as it dries. Once it has dried, brush over the surface with a soft dry brush.

For tougher stains like salt and mud, use a mix of 2 parts water to 1 part white vinegar  to lightly wet the leather until the color and texture are even. After letting it dry, brush with a soft bristle brush.

These are the most common methods for caring for suede boots, and more in-depth, niche guides can be found through a quick search on the web.

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US Foot Size
8.5
Foot Width
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US Size Purchased
8.5
How It Fits
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Great boots, true to size, generous toe box. I'll be breaking them in shortly. A worthy successor to my destroyed Merrell footwear. Will probably be perfect for hikes and 4G warfare.

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