Desert High Liability British MOD Combat Brown Suede Sold here in used Grade 1 condition (please see definition above), these are Genuine British Military Surplus combat boots. These are current issue boots, having been supplied by HAIX to the armed forces since 2013. HAIX is considered a top brand of functional shoes for fire fighters, police, and task forces worldwide.  However, they are suitable for hiking, walking, hunting, fishing and many other outdoor activities. British Army Issue. German Crafted Haix Desert Combat High Liability Brown, 206251, Uses Quality Innovative Materials & Orthopedic Technologies. The Haix Desert Combat high Liability Brown has a combination of full grain leather and high grade textile material, hydrophobic, breathable, 2.4- 2.6 mm thick and nylon fabric; 
The lining is breathable. Abrasion-resistant lining with optimized climate comfort, especially for flexible alternating inside and outside use. Insole: The Haix boot has a TEXON (fleece) insole that absorbs sweat and supports ankle Food bed: The Haix footbed is anatomically formed, exchangeable, washable, very good moisture absorption, dries quickly 
Sole: Rubber/PU Haix sole with a sporty street/terrain tread. Optimal step and bend behaviour due to sporty toe and heel rounding. The low-weight PU, impact-absorbing wedge ensures outstanding walking characteristics. . 
Compliant with EN ISO 20347:2004 HAIX-Climate-System: Climate System with Micro-Dry lining at top of leg. 
HAIX-AS-System: Arch Support System; Optimal support and shock absorption in the arch provided by an anatomically formed last. Improved heel and arch design provides support while securing the foot, allowing for increased comfort and range of motion in the spacious toe box 
Lightweight leather reinforcement in toe and heel areas, additional leather reinforcement on both sides of the arch which extends below the edge of the sole. High heat-resistant fixing of the sole. Increased stability of the sole by means of an extensive plastic joint. This avoids punctiform pressure on the sole of the foot flex by small stones.

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