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47274Re: Recommendations for British Brogans

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  • petemonahan
    Mar 17, 2014

      Update: Fugawee's "Fort Ligonier" shoe is also a good bet for our period - actually a British Army boot, not American as the Jarnigan boot is.  The beef boots don't seem to have changed much form that styleby 1812, though it's hard to be dogmatic, as even the British National Army Museum has no examples from earlier than the 1830s, by which time they are a brogan style.

       

      Peter

       

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