Medieval high shoe usually extends above the ankle, but mostly below the knee. Some types can reach even slightly above the knee, but only to the point that they do not bend in the knees and the movement in them is natural and allowing sufficient mobility during medieval activities like knightly fights, horse riding, running and so on ...
It is equipped with a wide collar, which in many cases is richly decorated with period motifs.
Historical shoes are mostly made of beige glazed leather with a thickness of 2.5 to 3 millimeters.
Some types of boots are accompanied by buckles, leather straps or laces from leather laces.
All seams are sewn with high-quality threads on the machine so that they do not crack and the shoe lasts a lifetime with proper care.