Czech Army M60 Leather Boots

Czech Army SurplusSKU: FWR1082-27
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The M60's were the combat boot of choice for the Czechoslovakian Army during the Cold War, not that they had too many choices. A durable, full grain leather construction has kept these boots intact over the years. All are already broken in and supplied with new laces, ready for the next wearer. Due to the age and use of these boots, you may want to revitalize the leather with the care instructions provided at the end of this page.

We estimate these boots are dated around the 1980's—when men were tough and boots were tougher. The design consists of metal eyelets for the laces, leading up to the double straps at the top. These straps have a few different fastening styles but all provide the same end result. Some are secured with two D-rings, others are box frame or regular frame style buckles. The grip on the rubber soles may also vary from the pictured boots. Regardless of the slight variations, you're getting some old-school, rugged combat boots for a low surplus price.

Features:

  • Genuine Czech Army surplus
  • Full grain leather upper
  • Rubber outsole
  • Metal eyelets
  • Double buckle fastening


Sizing: Men's NZ and AUS boot sizes are the same as UK boot sizes.
Weight: Approx. 2.1kg
Content: 
Upper: Leather
Outsole: Rubber
Colour: Black
Condition: Used/Good -  Item is well used, may require some care/reshaping. There may be marks/stains/scratches or repairs, but it is still in functioning order. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide


If your leather boots are misshapen, soak the pair in hot water until the leather is soft and pliable. Next, scrub each shoe with saddle soap which removes dirt and replenishes lost oils. Rinse them out and dry them off. Wear the boots around with thick socks on so the damp leather forms to the shape of your foot.

Once all is said and done, you can treat them with some shoe oil and black shoe polish. You could also replace the old insoles with new ones. Continue to regularly maintain your leather boots to ensure a long life of use. For more information, check out our Boot Maintenance blog.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Salvatore Fisher
Great boots very comfortable

These boots are obviously a 5 star rating. The most comfortable and value for money boots I have ever owned.

j
justin
Good for walking

Amazing price for a high quality boot, very good for avoiding blisters when carrying weight.
My one criticism would be the amount of time it takes to do and undo the two independent systems for lacing and tightening the boots fitting

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Aman Singh
Nice

These boots are relatively cheap for how good they are.

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Jonathan Theodore Ross

Thanks for my boots,really impressed with speed they arrived,set off insoles and followed your instructions on remolding and they are sweet,good old fashioned leather built to last no synthetics in these classics

v
varun
Very good product

Very good product

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Salvatore Fisher
Great boots very comfortable

These boots are obviously a 5 star rating. The most comfortable and value for money boots I have ever owned.

j
justin
Good for walking

Amazing price for a high quality boot, very good for avoiding blisters when carrying weight.
My one criticism would be the amount of time it takes to do and undo the two independent systems for lacing and tightening the boots fitting

A
Aman Singh
Nice

These boots are relatively cheap for how good they are.

J
Jonathan Theodore Ross

Thanks for my boots,really impressed with speed they arrived,set off insoles and followed your instructions on remolding and they are sweet,good old fashioned leather built to last no synthetics in these classics

v
varun
Very good product

Very good product

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