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Question? Desert Boots

Discussion in 'Ask A Question ??' started by Herc15, Mar 29, 2018.


  1. Herc15

    Herc15 Mi Sergeant MI.Net Member

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    I have been looking around for a good pair of boots and am trying to find the genuine current British Army desert boot. there are plenty out there claiming to be the real thing but i was wondering if anyone knew the manufacturer and name so i can be assured that these are not cheap chinese replicas.
     
  2. BravoZulu Australia

    BravoZulu Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator TAARB

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    These 2 brands are the current issue boots for the British Army, they come in 5 different boots:
    • Desert Combat – worn by dismounted troops conducting medium to high levels of activity in desert type environments with temperatures exceeding 40 °C
    • Desert Patrol – worn by drivers/armoured troops conducting lower levels of activity in desert type environments exceeding 40 °C
    • Temperate Combat – worn by dismounted troops for medium to high levels of activity in temperate (European) climates
    • Patrol – worn by mounted troops (drivers/armoured troops) taking part in lower levels of activity in temperate (European) climates
    • Cold Wet Weather – worn by dismounted troops for medium to high levels of activity in temperatures down to −20 °C.
    https://www.altberg.co.uk/product/mens-defender-combat-boot-mod-brown-uk-military-issue-boot/
    https://www.haix.co.uk/military/

    I hope this helps @Herc15 , Maybe some of our other members have better info but this is what I have discovered. I can't give and recommendation as the Aussie boots are different. ;)
     
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  3. Herc15

    Herc15 Mi Sergeant MI.Net Member

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    Thanks mate
     
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