Boots by Bohemond

How to Place an Order for custom Boots or Shoes

How long to get  your new custom boots?


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Period Style Custom Footwear
Jorvic Boot $245
Hedeby Shoe $245
14th Century Poulain $125
Persian LP Shoes $165
Persian HP Shoes $165
Mary Rose Shoe $125
Baltic Viking $290
Baltic II Viking $350


Sole Material
Crepe
Vibram $20
Vibram for Persian $30
Boot Color
Black
White
Red
Brown
Gold
Burgundy

Heel Height (approximate) Max of 3/4 inch.

Diagram of how to measure

A B C D
E F G H
I J K Shoe Size

How To Take Measurements:

Some Guidelines:
1. Have a friend take the measurements. Never do it yourself.
2. Use a cloth tape measure. Never pin the metal tab to the floor if it is part of the first inch.
3. Measure to the larger 1/8th of an inch.

How To Trace Your Feet.
1. Place your foot on a piece of paper on a flat surface.
2. Trace your foot making your line where the foot touches the paper but no more than 45 degree lean on the pencil.
3. Trace a second line around the toe area with the pencil straight up and down. This line should not match the first.
4. Feet are often different shapes and sizes, measure and trace both.

Tips & Pictures on Tracing Feet click HERE

The Measurements (a description).
A. No longer needed!
B. Measure from the floor over the top of your foot at the nook of your foot (the spot where your foot ends and leg begins) and back down to the floor in an upside down U shape. Make sure the U shape is 90 degrees or perpendicular to the floor.
C. Measure from the floor over the top of your foot at the widest point of your foot on the tracing you took. Do not worry if your measurement is not exactly straight across or 90 degrees, feet vary measure from wide point on the right to wide point on the left.
D. No longer needed!
E. This is the circumference of your ankle from the bottom of the heal to the nook (the spot where your foot ends and leg begins) and then back down to the heal. Measure all the way around. Hold one end of your tape to the nook and wrap it around the heel and back up to the nook. This is the most important measurement when ordering boots. If this measurement is wrong, your boots will not fit well or worst case they will not fit at all.
F. If you want your boot height to be different from the standard height than measure from the nook (the spot where your foot ends and leg begins) to the spot on your let you want the boot to go. SCA and Persian boots F is 10 inches, Cavalier boot F is 20, Campaign boot F is 28
G. Is the height at which your calf is the most largest point, much like the F measurement, from your nook of your foot to the height of the widest point of your calf.
H. Is the circumference of your calf at its most widest point. Measure all the way around your calf.
I. This is the measurement of the circumference of your leg at the F measurement. For boots above the knee: When ordering Cavalier boots this is the circumference of your leg at the height of 20 inches up your leg from the nook (the spot where your foot ends and leg begins.) When ordering Campaign boots or higher than normal cavalier boots, it is the circumference of your leg at the F measurement. For boots below the knee: This is the circumference of your leg at the height of 10 inches up your leg from the nook (the spot where your foot ends and your leg begins). If your F measurement or the height you choose is different then 10, take the measurement at the height you choose.
J. For boots above the knee. This is the measurement that determines the hand, or slop of your cavalier or campaign boot. Generally I add 4 inches to the I measurement. I can add no less than 3 inches and can add more than 4 for an extra fee to be determined when I receive your measurements. For a standard boot do not take this measurement, I will add 4 to the I measurement. ( This must be between 2" and 6")
K. For Persian shoes only. Some folks have a large concave shape to the back of the foot. If you do, and want comfortable Persian shoes, measure from the floor up to the back of the foot to the deepest point in the concave shape.
Additional Information (contrasting colors, special requests, etc)

Payment Options

1. Paid in full. Upon receipt of your order I will contact you and give a firm shipping date. That is the day the order goes into the U.S. Mail shipped Priority 2 to 3 days. Often slots open up, Paid in Full customers get bumped up into those slots when they come available.
2. Deposit. A minimum deposit of 50% of your total order, including the cost of options, is required to begin making your shoes/boots. Upon receipt of your order I will contact you and give a firm shipping date. The balance is due 2 weeks prior to your date. If you miss this deadline your order will be shipped 2 weeks after receipt of the balance due.

To Pay by Check:  Estimate the cost of your boots and include a check with your order form and foot tracings.  I will contact you via email when your order arrives.  At that time I will ask any questions I have, give you a price quote, and assign you a shipping date.

To Pay by Credit Card:  Enter into the "additional information box" that you wish to use a credit card.  I will contact you via email when your order arrives.  At that time I will give you a price quote, ask any questions I have, and assign you a shipping date.  After you accept the quote, I will use PayPal to send you a request for funds.  Follow the instructions sent to you at that time.  Delays in processing payment may effect your shipping date.  I pledge and take pride in meeting all my delivery deadlines.

Shipping & Handling Charges

Shipping & Handling charges for boots is $12.00 per pair and for shoes is $6.00 per pair anywhere in the United States. Shipping Charges for boots to Canada is $25.00. Europe $35.00, Charges vary otherwise.
Boots By Bohemond
Michael J. Fine
8116 Princess Jeanne N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 293-9258
If you wish to contact me via E-mail, click HERE

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