Laced poulaines with distinctive curved points
During the High Middle Ages, men began to wear long toed shoes called poulaines. Young men stuffed wool, horsehair or moss into the toe extensions to keep them erect. Blatantly phallic and sometimes so long that attachments with a chain to the knee were needed to prevent tripping. Small bells were often attached to the tip, indicating that the wearer was a willing partner for a sexual frolic.
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|Colour: red, Shoe size: EU 40, Outsole: from rubber||in stock 1 pair(s)|
Product No: 9587