Renaissance Poulaines slip on with Ankle Tie

Poulaines or crackowes were a style of shoes with extremely long toes very popular in the 15th century. They were so named because the style was thought to have originated in Kraków, then the capital of Poland. They began in the late 14th century and fell from fashion after about 1480–90. They were worn by men and women, but men's were the most extravagantly long.

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Renaissance Poulaines slip on with Ankle Tie

  • made of genuine leather, the heel is from rubber

Sometimes the point of the shoe would need support from a whalebone or a string tied to the leg (just below the knee) to stop the point getting in the way when walking. (Examples from medieval London have the points stuffed with moss.[1]) Outdoors pattens or sandal-like clogs were usually worn underneath.

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