Rare WW1 British Early War B2 Boots With Broad Arrow Markings To Tongue & Sole
A pair of the rare British army B2 boots introduced in 1913 & produced up until mid 1916 before being replaced by the B5 .
This was the main pattern of British army boot on issue at the start of WW1 with only few having survived today. These boots closely follow the official pattern with markings to the interior leather 'Mansfield & Sons' & broad arrow to each tongue & sole. Having seen heavy service wear with both tongues having tears , some fraying to the leather & a hole to the rear portion of right boot .