A pair of riding boots, associated with the late medieval age, with an approx. 50 cm high shaft, which also encompasses the entire lower leg of tall people. The upper is lined with a cotton fabric and can be worn as a cuff if necessary. The ankle is additionally supported by circulating straps. The sole is nipped against stress and for improved durability.
The robustness of shoes according to historical patterns may not meet the modern requirements!
They are quite sensitive to asphalt, concrete stones and gravel. These floor coverings did not exist in the Middle Ages!
we therefore recommend wearing pattens (medieval wooden overshoes), insoles or to retrofit them with rubbersoles at the shoemaker of your choice.
– Material: cow hide
– Upper leather: approx. 4 mm
– Sole leather: approx. 7-17 mm
– Sizes: 41 – 48