Forum member Hawkdriver was kind enough to photograph the 1919 Occupation Shoes from his collection for me to add to this post.
Photo No. 207: Another pair of 1919 Metallic Fastened, Field Shoes, Specification No. 412-2-1351, adopted on May 10, 1919. This shoe replaced the 1918 Pershing Field Shoe which was considered to be too heavy for ordinary field service in the post WW I Army. The profile shows the wider counter pocket which was reinforced with four split rivets on each side. The two heavy leather soles and the "outside Tap" or half sole that replaced the Pershing Shoe's third outer sole.
The bottom of the shoe displays the outside tap studded with well worn, late pattern star headed or corrugated hobnails. Although difficult to see in the photo, the front of the shoe is protected by the same casehardened steel toe plate that was used on the Pershing Field Shoe.
Photos courtesy of the Hawkdriver collection