Low shoe with instep lacing after a find from Schleswig, goatskin
Dating: 11th-12th century
This shoe is made using the reversible sewing technique, i.e. it is sewn together on the inside (asse side) and only then carefully turned to the correct side (scar side). As a result, no seam is visible on the outside.
An additional outsole is not applied; historically correct, the shoe consists only of upper leather and insole. Partial soles or doubled outsoles can be ordered by mail for an additional charge.
Historical: Reversible or welted depending on the era; as close to the originals as possible
Modern: Inexpensive variant with historical cut but modern production (glued, machine sewn)
LARP: Modern version with extra rubber sole
Colors see selection, special colors (e.g. red colored) please contact us by mail.