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People flood Amazon with fake reviews for boots that leave ‘swastikas’ in footprints

Indy 100 logoIndy 100 11/01/2017 Jessica Brown

© Provided by Independent Print Limited Sometimes, blindingly obvious mistakes pass manufacturers by. And in the case of Polar Fox men’s boots, the mistake is very unfortunate. 

The boots themselves appear hardy and fairly weather proof, but they hide a nasty secret.

It's emerged that the footprint of the boot leaves, what appear to be, 'swastikas' on the ground. 

It's the footprint of the boot that has lead to a torrent of 'customer reviews' on the product relating to the Holocaust and the Nazis.

One user wrote: "I've tried a lot of other boots, but I think these will be my final solution." - Kevin Provost

© Provided by Independent Print Limited While others added:

"I bought these for camp. When I got there I found out they had piles of free shoes. Oh well." - Patrick Phillips

"They do great in chilly weather. Some people have said no, but the record has been corrected." - Ryan

"If you walk anymore than a mile, you'll start feeling gassy." - Plamen

"They handle amazingly in snow. Back in the day, these boots were made to handle snow, water, the corpses of Polish citizens. Really, they're made to handle anything!" - Joshua Morris

"They'll do alt right. They trump my old ones anne frankly that's all I'm asking. And at $40 there's no need for any economic anxiety." - Anonymous

"They do okay in the snow, but stay out of the heil" - Natalie Kue

The customer questions section was also flooded with comments about The Second World War: "How good are these for walking into Poland? They take out the Polish competition for sure." - Sarissa

© Provided by Independent Print Limited "What’s the best way to tie the laces? With concentration." - Marc M

"If I wear these boots, will Fuhrer notice me? How could he nazi you?" - Timothy A 

"Will these boots hold up for a guy working a nein to five shift? I'd say they're the reich boot for the job" - Anonymous

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