Front-Laced Boot

The design for this front-tied boot is based loosely on a description found in Schanck as well as pictures in Medieval Soldier. It is made with a rand or a full welt. It is tied by a single lace, drawn though all the holes. It may be made with an attached tongue.

A slightly different interpretation of the materials is seen below. It is my interpretation, and may not represent anything found history.

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Footwear of the Middle Ages - Historical Shoe Designs/Number 61, by I. Marc Carlson. Copyright 1996
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