US 1917 Mounted Pattern Canvas Leggings with Leather

US 1917 Mounted Pattern Canvas Leggings with Leather
In 1917 the Army adopted leather faced canvas for mounted soldiers to replace the leather puttees issued since 1908.  For size measure around your calf at the widest part.  More sizes are in development.
 
Our PriceUS$ 35.00
Code105123000
Stock10
Weight0.5
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