Similar shoes were worn from 1250 to 1500 AD.
The sizes are normal, but the shape is narrow, especially on the fingers.
We recommend choosing a larger size if you want to have space or if your feet are wide.
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- Material: 100% cotton (contains non-textile parts of animal origin)
- Wash at 40 degrees
- Color: black
A pair of buskins in the late medieval style, made of light brown leather. Comparable models were found in excavations, for example. in Constance.The shaft above the buckles can be used up or handcuffed down. The middle strap, all equipped with contemporary buckles, goes around the ankle, providing a firm hold. The sole and flat heel are attached by nails and very stable. With regular care, these shoes will remain intact for a long period.
The gambeson, also called a "coffin," padded jack or dupleto of weaponry, was usually used under the suitcase and plate armor. This made the use of these steel armormore comfortable for the knights. Made of four layers: two layers of a wool padding, an outer layer of canvas (100% cotton) and an inner layer of soft cotton. Materials: - outer cloth: fabric in 100% cotton-inner lining: 100% cotton- filler: 100% wool Color: black Size table: (all measurements are about)
- Filling: 100% wool
TS (Circumference 57 cm).
T - M / L (Circumference (60 cm).
T - XL (Circumference 63 cm).
These sandals were worn by Roman legionaries and peasants.
- 3 mm thick leather
- pleated leather bead
- Color: brown
Various sizes available.