Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model

Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model

Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model
These were previously owned by a British Army Officer and they retain their original metal hobnails. Lotus veldtschoen shoes are the perfect footwear for wet and muddy countryside terrain. They probably don't get much better than this.

This particular model of shoe was also worn by British Army Officers during WW2, so is an ideal shoe for military enthusiasts. Size: marked inside 7.5 EX. Internal leather and lined linen is excellent. The bellows tongues are also excellent. All stitching is good throughout.

Leather soles with original hobnails show some light wear, but have plenty of wear left in them before needing to replace any leathers or hobnails. All round, these are a beautiful and robust shoe. Cedar wood shoe trees are included in the sale. I have conditioned the leather uppers with a natural leather cream and they are finished them with a light application of dubbin for added waterproofing. I find this method suits ZUG leather best, and avoids hard and unnecessary wax polish finishes. Original metal tipped, waxed cotton laces supplied. You'll not be disappointed with these stylish and hardwearing country shoes. Sensible offers will be considered.
Vintage Lotus Veldtschoen Zug Leather Shoes Army Officers Hobnail 7.5 WW2 Model


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