13th Century Low Boots

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No matter what kind of medieval or fantasy persona you take on, the 13th Century Low Boots are sure to work well with your ensemble. Made from leather, this pair of boots comes in a range of sizes. The brown boots end just above the ankle. They tie in front with laces that weave around the back of the foot. In addition, the cuffs of the boots can fold over this spot. Lacing adorns the edges of the cuffs. On the bottom, the boots have nailed leather soles. These medieval boots are wonderful for reenacting, roleplaying, and cosplay use. Wear the 13th Century Low Boots with your fantasy outfit.

This item is handmade, therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.

Key Features:

  • Comes in a range of sizes
  • Secures with ties in front/li>
  • Features fold-over cuffs
  • Great addition to an outfit
  • Wonderful for reenactments and faires


  • Made from leather

Care Instructions:

  • Remove dirt with a hard brush, then gently clean with leather soap and a soft, damp cloth. Remove soap with a separate damp cloth, then use a dry cloth to wipe away remaining water. Let dry naturally. Condition with oil or polish, then wipe with a final cloth to remove excess residue.


These are European Sizes. The US size listed is a conversion to the closest US shoe size. They do not come in narrow or wide.

1 review for 13th Century Low Boots

  1. Cameron Alexander (verified owner)

    CHECK FOR NAILS! ive ordered many types of hobnailed shoes before and for ones not made on a industrial scale this is common, but always check! there where two nails right in the heel area that where sticking out of the sole, could easily hurt your foot if not careful. this issue can be remedied with a small hammer and finishing nail punch. also if your shoe size is a size and a half, get the size one half small, they will easily have enough room for your foot. so in place of a 10.5 get the 10. if you want room for a winter stocking then get the half size bigger, fits the stocking better. in short very nicely made boots and help me finish my 15th century kit. ive been waiting exactly one year for these things to come back in stock and couldnt be more pleased!

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