WWII Impressions Russet Service Boot

You don’t have to be a military reenactor to appreciate California’s WWII Impressions. Not only do their US-made reproductions look just like the originals, they’re actually built to the same exacting specifications. The co.’s Russet Service Boots are crafted from heavy-duty cowhide, that’s been painstakingly tanned to match the hue of the WWII-era models on which they’re based. Features include a bellows tongue, side “counter” pocket, rubber outsole with leather heel lift, cap toe and a totally reasonable price.

For price and purchase info, visit WWII Impressions.

  • Cory

    Interesting. The suede boots look even better.

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      I agree. But they have limited sizes of the suede, so I thought it wouldn’t be fair to blog ‘em.