Tactical Jungle Boots Vietnam with Panama Sole 8 Boots Army, in, Military GI Type Vietnam Combat Army, Leather/Canvas Black d4bfb61




***THESE BOOTS ARE CUT BIG. ORDER 2 SIZES DOWN*** PLEASE TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN ORDERING. If you wear a size 10.5 you should order size 8. This is based on our customer feedback, experience and trying on the boots ourselves. This is our best suggestion to get the right fit. NO HALF SIZES AVAILABLE. Meant to be worn with thick military socks.
ADULT (MENS) SIZES. Can be worn by anyone and are unisex, but please take that into consideration when ordering. Boots are available in small sizes for teenagers and kids. Insole included in rough material and can be replaced with gel insole that can improve performance and comfort. Sizes listed are US sizes.
WATERPROOF. Each boot has 2 vent drainage holes for water to escape if they ever get wet. Walk in water with ease while wearing these boots. Leather base and canvas upper. Steel Shank on rear of boots will secure boots from getting damaged. Leather can be shined easily and buffed anytime. Canvas upper is durable and can be easily cleaned.
SLIP & OIL RESISTANT PANAMA SOLE. Aluminum eyelets. Long Boots Laces included. Regular and Wide sizes available. Meant to copy the original vietnam style boots from the 1970s. Gusseted tongue that prevents dirt, water, pebbles and sand from entering through the lace eyelets or space between the tongue and upper part of the boot.
LEATHER WON'T CRACK. All you need to do is polish it and it will last without cracking. The leather polish is what the boot craves and needs in order to last for a long time.
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The Start! May 30th, 2007 | Author: Benn

The flag went up.
One minute.
One minute and ten seconds he reminded himself.
“Start me at thirty seconds” he told his dad.
His father fed the belt down between the seat and the engine.
He reached around and turned on the chain oiler.
Two turns, he didn’t forget this time.
He slid forward in the seat and pulled his jacket down.
Karts in the first split started firing up.
The starter lowered the flag to halfway – thirty seconds.
He nodded to his dad.
The belt squealed for a second and the engine started turning over.
He put his hand over the carb inlet.
Fuel splashed on his fingers.
The engine fired sounding rough, loaded up.
He turned the high-speed needle in and the engine cleaned out.
Don’t want to hurt the clutch, keep the revs down.
The first wave pulled out.
The guy next to him pulled out about 3 feet.
Then stopped and his crew pulled him back.
He rev’ed the engine higher.
His dad held out his hand with all five fingers out.
Four fingers.
Three fingers.
Two.
One.
The flag dropped.


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