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Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes


Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes

Century: XIV, XV
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes. Medieval Market, Medieval shoes

Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes
Medieval men's under-the-ankle shoes - Medieval Market, Medieval shoes


CODEMaterial
Standard
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Price
MS1356LeatherAverage70 59.50 EUR
This offer lasts till the end of stock or till cancelled

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Medieval male leather shoes reaching under the ankle, machine sewn. This type of old footwear is made of smooth, vegetable-tanned leather of about 2 mm thickness. The sole, glued to the bottom of historical shoes, is made of styrogum.

Attention. There is an option to change the sole from the styrogum to a leather one for an additional charge (25 EUR). Please put such information in the additional information box. A leather sole provides better durability and, at the same time, longer use. It also facilitates the possible repair of shoes in the future.

Our historical shoes are tied with a strap. They are available in four colors:
- black
- brown
- natural
- red

Please write the color of shoes in the additional information box when placing an order.

Table of shoe sizes:

Shoe size

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

Foot size (cm)

25,5

26,4

27

27,7

28,4

29

29,7

30,4

Short historical outline:

Low-profiled medieval men's shoes are inspired by numerous findings from Europe, including the left shoe from the late fourteenth or early fifteenth century, currently in the Museum of London.





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