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  • ARDITO
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    This boots are nice, in this condition...200...230 Euro.
    Reagrds Luca.

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  • anmarlodz
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    Originally posted by ARDITO View Post
    Yes, exist the ankle boots with the self same toe cap, they are tne M44, but attention there is
    some Marchstiefel with this toe cap, they are a post war production, probably Cecz.
    ammarlodz: Yes this a wonderfull pair of Italian M32 boots, dated 1943.
    Regards, Luca
    not so wonderful as the tongue in one of the boots had been ripped off. how much estimately they could be worth in this condition? I would like to know what diffrecnce would be in price between german and italian boots .
    Last edited by anmarlodz; 01-29-2010, 03:05 PM.

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  • ARDITO
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    Yes, exist the ankle boots with the self same toe cap, they are tne M44, but attention there is
    some Marchstiefel with this toe cap, they are a post war production, probably Cecz.
    ammarlodz: Yes this a wonderfull pair of Italian M32 boots, dated 1943.
    Regards, Luca

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  • anmarlodz
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    ok. So what model of italain boots are this ? m1932 ? I'm correct ? what would be value of such boots ? I would like to compare it with prices of german boots.

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  • Grubhy
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    Hello,

    in fact M44 shoes has toe cap. Just check forum archives, but this not a point...Awsome reference material Artido!!! Thank You!

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  • corporalSteiner
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    ive noticed these distinctive toe capped boots on fair stands in the distant past, billed as late war wehrmacht boots. was i merely seeing these italian ones inventively described, or were there wehrmacht issue/originated ankle boots with the self same toe cap? kind regards

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  • Rheinmetall
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    Originally posted by ARDITO View Post
    This photo from a fallchirmjager album during Italian campaign.
    Ciao, Luca


    Luca, thank you very much for the wonderful information you have provided in this thread. Would you be able to post any additional images from the FJ photo album? As I have been working on a FJ setup to represent the campaign in Italy circa 1943 it's nice to know these boots would have been worn by them at this time.

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  • ARDITO
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    "GIORNALE MILITARE del 1912"
    this is the rule of the 1912.


    This is the model 1909.


    This is the model 1912.


    Another pair of the model 1912.


    This is the alpini Boots Model 1929.


    This is the Model 1932 for infantry and other troops.

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  • flyboy_fx
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    Originally posted by ARDITO View Post
    Sorry you have wrong!
    This is a pair of model 1929 boots for the Alpini (mountain troops).
    Were frequently used by the Germans during WW2.
    Regards, Luca

    Yes I agree with you on that

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  • Grubhy
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    With pleasure, thanks for that pics, cant wit to see more, I just thought that is M1912

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  • ARDITO
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    The model 12 are different.
    This is a pair of alpini M29 boots.
    if you have patience I publish the documentation, now I don't have books with me.
    regards, Luca.

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  • ARDITO
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    This photo from a fallchirmjager album during Italian campaign.
    Ciao, Luca

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  • Grubhy
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    Originally posted by ARDITO View Post
    Sorry you have wrong!
    This is a pair of model 1929 boots for the Alpini (mountain troops).
    Were frequently used by the Germans during WW2.
    Regards, Luca
    Sorry but You just made mistake:- these are M1912 with metal parts for mountain shoes added

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  • ARDITO
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    Sorry you have wrong!
    This is a pair of model 1929 boots for the Alpini (mountain troops).
    Were frequently used by the Germans during WW2.
    Regards, Luca

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  • Grubhy
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    Italian m1912

    Did I won anything?

    Have a good day.

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