Sizes 7, 8, 10 and 11 available
Surplus military item probably dates to 1950's or 1960's. Needs cleaning. No issues or concerns for performance as designed. I am told these sizes run about one size larger but cannot guarantee fit.
History of Use: Developed during the Korean War of the early 1950’s, Mickey Mouse boots have become a vital part of the military’s extreme cold weather clothing system and a popular footwear option in the military surplus world. These thermal boots replaced the shoepacs of WWII and were first issued to the Marine Corps and then the Army to combat the cold and wet weather conditions in Korea.
Type I Mickey Mouse Boots
Made of two layers of seamless rubber with wool insulation between, Mickey Mouse boots prevent heat from escaping the boot while also preventing cold air and moisture from penetrating the exterior rubber layer. One of the most significant aspects of the Mickey Mouse boot is its ability to be effective in weather conditions down to -20 degrees Fahrenheit, even in cold and wet climates.