The military combat boots were sold on Amazon, which removed the listing on Thursday.
The Jewish Anti-Defamation League said in a statement that it had contacted the footwear company after learning about the boots and was informed that they were manufactured in Asia, "a culture which views the swastika as a Buddhist symbol."
In the ancient Sanskrit language, the swastika means "well-being" and was used as a symbol of good fortune before it was adopted by the Nazis.
"The League reiterated to the company that the swastika serves as the most significant symbol of white supremacy and anti-Semitism and whether intentional or not, the use of the symbol on the boot is deeply offensive," the statement said.
Many have also pointed out another apparently unintended association with Nazi Germany: The boots share a name with a World War II military operation -- Polarfuchs, or Polar Fox -- in which German and Finnish soldiers captured the Salla area of central Finland from the Soviets.