Bovver boots are heavy, leather boots enhanced at nose bridge with a metal blade and screw fixed from the bottom. On you will find a ten-holes, fourteen-holes and twenty-holes boots. Boots gained fame in the late 60 'in the UK. Originally they were intended for workers and postmen, but later became popular among other groups. Thanks to The Who's guitarist, Pete Townshend, boots have appeared on a permanent basis in music and became the determinant of all kinds of subcultural groups. Boots have also found recognition among the military and military enthusiasts. Below we present boots from renowned manufacturers e.g. Pro-Force, Mil-Tec and Surplus. These companies are engaged in the production of equipment and accessories for the military and military use. All you need is to choose the model that suits you the most – welcome !

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