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Shoe Adult left foot ankle shoe with a front fastening and a pointed toe. The upper is almost one-piece with a missing small triangular insert to hold the strap fastening. The circular iron buckle and pin are still in situ. The tongue insert is missing from the throat. The rand is in situ and the one-piece sole measures: W (waist) 44 mm; W seat 55 mm. There are stitch holes in the waist area of the sole for two clump (repair) soles.   Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Shoe Adult left foot ankle shoe with a front fastening and a pointed toe. The upper is almost one-piece with a missing small triangular insert to hold the strap fastening. The circular iron buckle and pin are still in situ. The tongue insert is missing from the throat. The rand is in situ and the one-piece sole measures: W (waist) 44 mm; W seat 55 mm. There are stitch holes in the waist area of the sole for two clump (repair) soles. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Esta solución improvisada, demuestra que los vikingos tuvieron que tener zuecos de madera como los tradicionales gallegos

Esta solución improvisada, demuestra que los vikingos tuvieron que tener zuecos de madera como los tradicionales gallegos

15th century female ankle boot  Medieval | Archaeology | Collections the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

15th century female ankle boot Medieval | Archaeology | Collections the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

I had wood soled Dr. Scholls and clogs where the rubber sole wore away,  back in the day. They were slippery too. I would kill myself in these.

I had wood soled Dr. Scholls and clogs where the rubber sole wore away, back in the day. They were slippery too. I would kill myself in these.

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