Renaissance Duckbill shoe
Duckbill shoe, dating from around 1530
catalog number: 14008
A duckbill, bearpaw or cow's mouth is made and shaped using a wooden last.The sole is made of leather, 1 cm thick + gummed with thin rubber; the rest of the shoe is made of glazed cattle leather, 2.5-3 mm thick.
Machine sewn.Fastened with 1 clasps made of brass-coloured alloy.
To view detailed measure form choose size "Custom".