Authentic Late Medieval Ages Boots Maximilian
Medieval Riding Boot
catalog number: 14223
High boots, although comparatively rare in the Middle Ages, do seem to have been worn by members of the upper classes by the end of the 14th century, although they were most popular during the whole of the 15th.
Surviving examples of such footwear are extremely rare, but there are exceptional iconographic examples including Cotton MS Nero E ii, part 1, f.
124 (showing a Saracen in high boots in armour) and the Gaston Phebus Hunting Book (with versions dated to the late 14th and early 15th century).
Certainly tall boots like these were worn more commonly in the 15th century, but for those working at the end of the 14th century they are also appropriate.
The shoe is made and shaped using a wooden last.
Sole is made of gummed with thin rubber, the rest of the shoe is made of glazed cattle leather 2-2,2 mm thick.
Machine sewn.Fastened with 5 bronze clasp.
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