Stores reference 22c/437. Size 7. The brown suede uppers are somewhat marked and rubbed and the right boot appears to have a small area of 'rodent' damage at the top edge as shown. Otherwise these are generally in good to very good condition. Unfortunately the rubber 'galosh' sections haven't faired so well. The galosh on the left boot is rather hard with some cracking and sections missing. The right boot galosh is more flexible but has come away from the suede in places and has minor loss. Good working Air Ministry marked 'W' zips. The original stitched 'Itshide' soles are worn and have cracks. Both heelplates show heavy use and wear. Light soiling and minor edge moulting of the dense fur linings which are otherwise in good condition. No insoles fitted. Air Ministry and A.I.D. marked zip tongues which have the owner's name/number (hard to read). A piece of paper in each boot is marked 'Les Simmons 32 Sqdn.' but we have no detail on this airman whatsoever. These are genuine 1940 pattern boots, not the more commonly found 1941 pattern with the ankle strap removed. A rare find these days. Let down by the rubber galosh and soles/heels but great for display and priced accordingly. Stock code B27165.