US Model 1872 Cavalry Boots

US Model 1872 Cavalry Boots
US Model 1872 Cavalry Boots
US Model 1872 Cavalry Boots

New reproduction of boots adopted in 1872.

Our PriceUS$ 325.00
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In 1872 the Army adopted a new model boot for Cavalry to replace the depleted Civil War stock. Our reproduction is carefully reproduced in exacting detail. The two-piece uppers are formed over a wooden last. They feature wood pegged sole and heel with square brass nails. Very limited production.

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