"Upper class shoe" (c1100-1200)
An "Upper class shoe" found in
Norris (pg. 58). It is basic boot, with an opening along the inner ankle to facilitate putting it on. A simple turnshoe, made with a rand.
The basic design is MY estimate of the pattern, and may not be absolutely accurate.
Footwear of the Middle Ages - Historical Shoe Designs/Number 18, by I. Marc Carlson. Copyright 1996
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