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    Matterhorn Military Field Boots

    I know this seems strange on a tractor forum, but hey - we all need a good pair of boots when out tractoring, right?

    I've had these boots for 6-7 years and wore them only once when I first got them when I was running chain saw all day. Since then they've been in the closet. I got them out today to see if I could use them for my property patrol walks - I haven't been able to walk much the last few years and thought the high boots might help. But they just won't fit right now as I need a wide shoe/boot. These are such nice boots it would be a shame to just drop them off a Goodwill so I thought that I would offer them here for someone who could get some use out of them.

    They are Matterhorn #102494 Field boots size 13M - instead of me trying to explain them I thought I would insert a couple links where the details are:

    Amazon.com: Matterhorn 10" Waterproof Insulated Field Boot: Clothing

    Matterhorn 102494 Insulated Safety Toe Boot | Men's Waterproof Combat Boot

    The only request that I have is that the recipient be a GTT Site Supporter.

    Shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail which will be +/- $20 depending on your location.

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    These are great field boot, but way to large for me feeties.
    Good luck on the sale.
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    Mods - you can close this thread.

    I took the boots along when we visited my in-laws today. They are good friends with a large Amish family and thought one of them might be able to use the boots. It turns out that one of the boys who is 17 years old wears a size 13 shoe. He is one of those lanky types who has grown 2' in the past 4 years. So the boots went to a very good home.
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    Good job coaltrain. Didn't know you had Amish in your family. Something we have in common.
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