Ulfberth Medieval poulaines

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Ulfberth Medieval poulaines

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This type of medieval boots was worn from the 2nd part of the 13th century. During the 15th century, these boots became so popular that the debated poulaine laws were introduced in 1450. These laws regulated the length of the poulaines and the degree of the curvature of the nose. In 1463, it became prohibited in Edward IV's England for citizens, knights, squires and noblemen to wear poulaines with a nose longer than 2 inch.
These boots can easily be fastened with the provided straps. They are available in several sizes and made of 2 mm thick cowhide. The soles are made of hard rubber.

Product details:
Material: leather
Leather thickness: 2 mm;
Sole: rubber;
Available sizes: 38-46;
Fastening method: buckles;
Based on a historic original: yes;
Transport weight (gram): 3000 *

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Maintenance & care
Just as with weaponry, you can care for your shoes and leatherware by applying a little Ballistol after cleaning. This prevents the leather from drying out.

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

Ze zitten echt lekker, kan er rustig het hele weekend op lopen! De historische accuratesse zal door de rubber zool wat minder zijn, maar dat heb ik wel voor over.
Materiaal is prima, degelijk en soepel leer en degelijk in elkaar gestikt. De holnietjes waar de riempjes mee vastzitten zijn een lachertje, die braken vrijwel meteen en heb ik vervangen door betere. De gespen zijn goed.

valt kleiner uit in de normalen schoenmaat heb je maat 40 neem dan maat 42 omdat bij de voet smal ut valt
groetjes bas van duyn

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