Medieval 14th century armoured shoes
This wearable and movable pair of armoured shoes were modelled on 14th century examples. The iron shoes were pieces of armour that covered the sides and top of the foot. Thus the feet also had protection against attacks by enemy soldiers.
They are hand-forged from 1.5mm steel and blackened on the inside to protect against corrosion.
Typically, our armoured shoes do not have a sole. However, leather straps are attached to the bottom to securely fasten the shoes to the foot.
A shoe consists of a slightly rounded toe cap, several slides, a strap and a heel cap. All elements are reliably connected to each other by means of rivets.
-Armor shoes made of 1.5mm thick steel
-Made according to 14th century models
-Consisting of a slightly rounded toe cap, several slides, a flap and a heel cap
-This armoured shoe has no soles. Leather straps were attached to the underside to secure it to the foot
-One order corresponds to 1 pair of shoes (2 pieces)
Total length: approx. 32.5 cm (suitable for a shoe size of approx. 44 to 47).
Height at the back: approx. 9.5 cm
Width (measured at the widest point): approx. 12 cm
Dimensions of the entrance opening: approx. 12.5 x 9.5 cm
Weight (pair): approx. 1.8 kg
Scope of delivery: 1 pair of 14th century armoured shoes