German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots
German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots
German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots
German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots
German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots

Designed for hot and humid environments and modeled after the US Pattern III Jungle Boots, these boots sport water draining vents on the lower portion and a mesh internal lining to allow venting and drying of the feet. A layered mesh insole also aids in keeping feet dry and trench-foot free. These boots are more flexible than your typical surplus boot, and feature both loop and hook eyelets to ensure your laces don't come undone when trudging through foliage. Finally, a hardened oil and gas proof outsole resists punctures in adverse terrain, while the angled treads reduce the likelihood of debris build-up.

Condition

These boots are in great condition for military surplus. Clean leather, strong treads and minor scratches or blemishes may be present, but overall these boots are still entirely functional and with a quick polish should look almost good as new.

German Bundeswehr "Jungle" Boots

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Designed for hot and humid environments and modeled after the US Pattern III Jungle Boots, these boots sport water draining vents on the lower portion and a mesh internal lining to allow venting and drying of the feet. A layered mesh insole also aids in keeping feet dry and trench-foot free. These boots are more flexible than your typical surplus boot, and feature both loop and hook eyelets to ensure your laces don't come undone when trudging through foliage. Finally, a hardened oil and gas proof outsole resists punctures in adverse terrain, while the angled treads reduce the likelihood of debris build-up.

Condition

These boots are in great condition for military surplus. Clean leather, strong treads and minor scratches or blemishes may be present, but overall these boots are still entirely functional and with a quick polish should look almost good as new.

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Reviewed by John C., from United States
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I recommend this product
US Foot Size
11.5
Foot Width
Regular
US Size Purchased
11.5
How It Fits
Perfect
Conditon
Better Than Described
Rated 5 out of 5
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Excellent

This product was outstanding. The boots are well made and of high quality. Fit great right out of the box. Plus, the boots I received appeared to be brand new and unworn. I would highly recommend this product to a potential purchaser.

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Reviewed by Zakov, from United States
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US Foot Size
12
Foot Width
Regular
US Size Purchased
12
How It Fits
Perfect
Conditon
Better Than Described
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Leather Advisory

First off, great boots, the ones I got were completely brand new with no signs of wear anywhere. No complaints (Except maybe the insoles. They're a bit bare bones.).

Now the important thing, if you intend to use these boots for more than a year, you need to scuff the surface of the leather.

Because it's coated in a thin protective layer (I assume to keep water out of the leather) that will prevent you from taking proper care of the leather. If you just run them dry, the leather will likely begin to crack in the creases eventually.

I used steel wool (000) but fine sandpaper or probably even the rough side of a sponge would work. If you use steel wool, be sure to clean out all the ensuing steel burrs to avoid rust and metallic splinters. You don't need to scuff it too much, you'll know you've gone far enough/too far once the leather turns blue. You can use whatever you normally use afterwards but I recommend you give it a couple coats of Ballistol which will evenly spread throughout the leather after a day or two so you don't need to worry about any missed spots.

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