Roman peasants´ shoes Carbatinae
This shoes with perforated upper part represent a modernized version of traditional Roman peasants´ shoes around the year 100 AD. Carbatinae was a widespread type of shoe that was used almost the whole first millennium in the ancient Roman Empire. It is sometimes worn even today! So that you can walk comfortably in them, they are equipped with rubber soles, leather insoles and rubber heels. They are laced with an elongated lace in the style of Roman sandals.
Product No: 9119