Footwear

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Leather Boot
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Very solid front ankle boots. Each boot has two shoelaces for fixing to the side.
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.
€72.83
€85.68
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Leather Boot
The closure of straps and buckles ensures a firm fit on the foot. The heel cover is reinforced for special use, the sole is fixed in a very stable nailing process.
€91.04
€107.10
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Leather Boot
These ankle boots are based on archaeological finds in the city of York in northern England, the ancient Jorvik. They are dated between the 9th and 10th centuries, period in which England was divided into several smaller kingdoms. The Anglo-Saxon people had to defend innumerable Viking incursions. Many Danes established in England and York were conquered and ruled for about a hundred years by the Nordics.
As these shoes perfectly match the weather and place, of course you can call them Viking shoes. The ankles have a very characteristic closure: Two laminated leather lever buttons, which could be easily replaced by pins or horns.
€69.36
€81.60
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Leather Boot with Buckles
Medieval buckle shoes with buckles
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.
€72.83
€85.68
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Roman sandals, caliga
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Roman sandals, caliga, light brown

These sandals were worn by Roman legionaries and peasants.

- 3 mm thick leather
- pleated leather bead
- Color: brown

Various sizes available.
€81.93
€96.39
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Medieval Leather Shoe
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Shoe with front lace, medieval afternoon

Sturdyreconstruction of shoes from the late Middle Ages found in London and dated
around 1380 AD Each shoe has three laces for fixation on the instep.
€45.52
€53.55
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Roman sandals, caliga
Handmade from tanned vegetable leather.
With authentic hand-forged iron francs on the sole.

€72.83
€85.68
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Leather Boots
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Medieval boots tardías
Una bota de vástago elaborately elaboratese un patrón medieval tardío hecha de piel de vaca resistente y gruesa. El eje sube hasta debajo de la rodilla y tiene un puño cosido, que también cubre la rótula. El cierre de triple correa garantiza un ajuste firme, la suela se fija con clavos para una larga durabilidad y estabilidad.
€127.45
€149.94
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Ankle boot with buckles, dark brown
Ankle ankle ankle ankle stools, from high to late Middle Ages Medieval ankle ankle tinswith brass straps and buckles. These shoes were very common among medieval soldiers from 1250 to 1500 AD.
€69.36
€81.60
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Roman women's shoes, Calcei, 2nd century
Reconstruction of Roman shoes, the so-called calcei , which is believed to have been worn by noble Roman dames.The original was found in a well near Welzheim (Germany) along with more shoes. These shoes date from the mid-2nd century to the early 3rd century AD. Around the end of the 2nd century, a young woman was found buried in the French village of Martres-de-Veyre in a woolen tunic, long socks and very similar shoes.
€86.48
€101.75
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Jorvik Medieval Viking Shoes, Black
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These ankle tins are based on archaeological finds made in the city of York in northern England, the ancient Jorvik. They are dated from the 9th to 10th centuries - a time when England was divided into many smaller kingdoms. The Anglo-Saxon population had to fend off constant Viking attacks, and many Vikings settled in England. York was also conquered by the Danes and ruled by the Nordics for about a hundred years.
€91.04
€107.10
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Jorvik Medieval Viking Shoes, Brown
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These ankle tins are based on archaeological finds made in the city of York in northern England, the ancient Jorvik. They are dated from the 9th to 10th centuries - a time when England was divided into many smaller kingdoms. The Anglo-Saxon population had to fend off constant Viking attacks, and many Vikings settled in England. York was also conquered by the Danes and ruled by the Nordics for about a hundred years.
€91.04
€107.10
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Medieval Viking Boots with Levers, Brown
The design of the high-top boots we offer here is based on archaeological finds from York (the ancient Jorvik ) and Haithabu ( Hedeby ).  Historically, these leather boots can be attributed to the 9th and 10th centuries and can definitely be called Viking boots.
€161.50
€190.00
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Medieval leather boots with strap clasp and buckle
Medieval Leather Boots with Strap clasp and Buckle, 14th CenturyA pair of handmade barrel boots based on late medieval patterns and made of sturdy vegetable tanned leather.The barrel reaches below the knee, and the boot can be adjusted individually and closed by means of five sewn straps and brass buckles. The strap and buckle closure thus ensures a perfect fit around the stem/calf.
€127.45
€149.94
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Viking Half Boots, Buskins, dark brown
Wiking Halbstiefel, dunkelbraun

The idea of Halbstiefel being based on archaeological backgrounds, died in Haithabu (Schleswig-Holstein), dem frühen Hedeby, gemacht wurden. Sie werden zeitlich ins 9. to 11. Jahrhundert eingeordnet - eine Zeit, in der Haithabu ein wichtiger Handelsort der Wikinger war.
If these shoes are present at the same time, they can also be worn at Wikingerschuhe.
Eine Besonderheit sind die vier gerollten Knebelknöpfe aus Leder, mit denen die Schuhe verschlossen and individual angepasst werden. Característica ist ebenfalls die an der Ferse dreieckig hochgezogene Sohle. Die Sohle ist umlaufend genagelt, was sie besonders langlebig macht. Der Schaft geht bis weit über den Knöchel.

Details:
Material: Rindsleder
- Genagelte Ledersohlen, ca. 5mm austere
- Color: dark brown
- Standard requirements on sizes: 37 to 45


Bitte beachte: Die Robustheit von Schuhen nach historischen Mustern entspricht unter Umständen nicht den modernen Ansprüchen! It is sensitive to asphalt, concrete, and concrete. Estes Bodenbeläge gab es im Mittelalter noch nicht! Wir empfehlen daher ggf. das Nachrüsten mit Gummisohlen beim Schuster eurer Wahl. If you don't want to worry about it, it's a product that's in its natural state and it's in the color and/or Maserung durchaus üblich sind. This is where the Lederschuhen kein Paar wie das andere und die obigen Abbildungen dienen lediglich der beispielhaften Anschauung.
€76.50
€90.00