Konstanz, Germany, boot with predominately attached buckle (schnack
1996). Dated 13th through 16th Century all throughout
Europe. This shoe appears in Stepping Through Time, by Olaf Goubitz
on page 215 figure 7.
Medieval High Buckle Boot is partly turn shoe construction.
Constructed and sewn by hand. Linen thread is used for the
edge / flesh seem to attach the shoe to the hard vegetable tanned
sole. The upper is sewn by machine with the stitching hidden.
The shoe is constructed inside out and turned right side out as the
last step. Each boot has 10 buckles from The Museum of London's
Dress Accessories page 88, figure. The buckle strap ends are
machine sewn and the stitching is visible.
Optional lugged, anti slip, or crepe soles are not offered for the
Medieval High Buckle Boot.
This Boot is always in stock!
Available for Men and Women, the
Medieval High Buckle Boot is available in
Tawny Brown and Black for $150.