Military Issue Cavalry Boots saw service in WWII. They are in impeccable condition for their age you can search the History of Captain Herman P Goebel, who later became a General, online. He was mostly stationed in California, where I came in possession of the boots. I believe they are a mens size 7.5 or 8. These boots are made to Measure, so they are not of a standard size, but made to the man. Footbed is 12 inches long. 5 inches wide. 20" tall and 14.75" circumference at the calf. I took pictures of the inside. Like all custom made riding boots the maker writes the name of the owner on the inside of the Chinese of the boot. The boot pulls still work, and the soles have life, as does the nail cobbled heel. I see these boots living in a home as decor, or with a revivalist of the WW2 era. These boots could easily be worn in an equestrian capacity.