What boots are they

Discussion in 'Military Clothing & Boots' started by brettarider, Feb 2, 2012.

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  1. brettarider

    brettarider On ROPs

    Just got another pair of German army boots from the bay of fleas the sole has a large M stamped on the outside so I'm assuming Mendle however they are also stamped Bunde on the leather on the inner speed lacing support.
     
  2. brettarider

    brettarider On ROPs

    Will post a picture later when I get the chance
     
  3. I can't wait :roll:
     
  4. brettarider

    brettarider On ROPs

    Not even if I include one of my cock?
     
  5. Or a link to the item on ebay....? Its not hard.....
     
  6. The "M" means "Mitte" (medium width) in accordance with the German designations: "Schmal" (S) - narrow fit; "Mitte" (M) - medium fit; "Breit" (B) - wide fit. The word "Bunde" is strange. Are you sure it's not just "Bund" which means "Army"?

    MsG
     
  7. Bund also means flange. You make the connection.
     
  8. I'm not sure where you learned your German, but ask any Boxheed ex-squaddie: "Warst du beim Bund?" If he's from East Germany, you'll have to amend the same question to: "Warst du bei der Fahne?" Thought you might like to know that.

    MsG
     
  9. For the less educated amongst us:
    (B) big
    (M) medium
    (S) small

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  10. You have to admit, it's a rivetting read.
     
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  11. I've got a pie in the micro wave, it's roughly rectangular, came in a plain aluminium foil tray, it has two small slits in the crust. Can anyone tell me what the filling is?
     
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  12. Chicken I believe.
     

  13. I ******* hope not, it said mince beef and onion on the wrapper!
     
  14. Quick, call the Provost; a certain crime most fowl has been committed.