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..
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 Concor..
These shoes are very well made, with rights and lefts rather than being straight lasted. This makes ..
Heel Plates w nails..
Finally a 17th century shoe! As seen in primary source paintings. A well made a reproduct..
LIMITED SIZES AND QUANTITIES AVAILABLE. A healed shoe for the gentlemen of the court.&nbs..
Unlined, smooth, heavy leather. 1-1/4" latchet. The Lexington is 5/8" deeper then the regular Conc..
1758 Ligonier is a straight last shoe. Military or Civilian use. It is an all leather, l..
Straight last. Short tongue, round toe, moderate heel, 1¼ inch latchet. Black sm..
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