Clothes of the Eighties, Combat boots
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Description
Sex: both
Type of clothing: real Gov't Issue Army boots
When it was popular: esp early-mid 80's
Description: Along with Converse high-tops, (Chuck Taylor's) these were the basic uniform for punk kids, often worn with "pegged" jeans - fold over the excess, and roll up from the bottom, or make narrow with safety pins.
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val - November 25, 2008 - Report this comment
I got these when I started going goth in 3rd grade . I had lots of diff pairs even going to the army navy store for them. I think I stoped these shoes by college.
WP - June 16, 2009 - Report this comment
http://www.marylandskinheads.com/
hutchie - August 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Used to buy these at Goodwill until Doc Martens became available in the states. Often worn with ripped jeans with black leggings underneath and Crest gel toothpaste to create liberty spikes.
Luellen B. - September 01, 2009 - Report this comment
Hiya Sandra, remember that girl that tied neon ankle hose around her silver boots? Yuk.
Amanda - January 22, 2012 - Report this comment
My dad's a Vietnam Vet, I stole his boots and wore thm to school any time we had a day where we celebrated the military in some way. They were about 6 sizes too big, but that's what towels shoved in the toes were for!
muddyrunnergirl - August 12, 2012 - Report this comment
I remember when status was measured in how many eyes someone's Doc Martens had.... But lacing them could take a frickn hour! I started out with Jungle Boots - they breathed and were $24 a pair at I Goldberg in Philly. Then- I saved up to plop $100 on a pair of Carolinas - the paratrooper boots with the zip down the side... Man, I lived in those boots!

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