Korean War Era US Army Boots
Item #: WR405
This is a pair of US Army boots made by the Endicott Johnson company during the Korean War. They are made of cordovan brown leather and are a size 9 1/2 regular. These boots were issued and show honest wear, yet remain in very good condition. There is some slight wear on the soles and heels of the boots. The black stamps on the inside of the boot are not legible because of the wear. The overall appearance of the boots is exceptional. These boots have 11 eyelets and both have modern replacement black laces. On the outside of each boot, to the wearers inside, the boots are stamped with the size 9 1/2 R and the letters FN within a square. Each sole have the makers label stamped of EJ within a circle. The soldier who owned these put his name and service number in each boot, Robert W. Carr/US13383042. The leather remains very supple and smooth. They still retain a shine and could be worn today. If you have a Korean War collection these would really look good in it!
Your Price $100.00 USD
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