Neil Armstrong Boot Prototype

Made by the International Latex Corporation (ILC) in Dover, Delaware, this boot was originally built to support the Apollo 11 mission. It has the light blue silicon tread, aluminized Mylar insulation layers, and gold-tone Kapton tape and liner of the boots used on the moon. However, it lacks the outer Beta cloth, Chromel-R fabrics, and some of the snaps and straps of the mission-ready pairs, meaning this pair was likely rejected for some reason. That same fact also means they are far better preserved than a pair that saw actual use, with the "Armstrong" name tag still intact.

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