17th-18th C Men's Footwear
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The Hessian boot was knee high and cut on a V at the front and made from soft leather. Often the boo..
Sometimes called the Paul Revere boot, this boot is built upon a squarish antique last. It has a rou..
Leather upper, leather lining. Buckles sold separately. D width. These seem to run..
The Concord is a Colonial unlined full-grain all leather, rough side out shoe. It h..
The Concord is a Colonial unlined full-grain all leather shoe. It is natural leather, rough side out..
Smooth, black leather. The toe of the Concord is slightly rounded. A common man's shoe, The Concord ..
Ready for immediate shipment. Smooth, black leather. The toe of the Concord is slightly round..
Heel Plates w nails. 3" across the sides and 2.5" on the bottom of the U...
Finally a 17th century shoe! As seen in primary source paintings. A well made a reproduct..
1758 Ligonier is a straight last shoe. Military or Civilian use. It is an all leather, l..
These shoes are very well made, with rights and lefts rather than being straight lasted. This makes ..
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