What boots are they

#1
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.
 
#6
Or a link to the item on ebay....? Its not hard.....
 
#7
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
 
#8
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
Bund also means flange. You make the connection.
 
#9
Bund means Army? Not in the German language I learned. Here's a clue:

Bundeswehr
Bundesamt fuer XYZ
Bundespost
Bundestag
Bundesgrenzschutz
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
 
#10
For the less educated amongst us:
(B) big
(M) medium
(S) small

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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
 
#12
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?
 
#19
Oh I love it on HEER, such good humour!.
 
#20
Anyway, Bunde also means "cooperative".

Has it got the logo anywhere?

 

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