Shoes of lower classes, late 16th to early 17th century
These shoes were common among people of lower classes like merchants, artisans, peasants, clerks, etc. The shoes are machine-sewn and pegged. They have leather soles with heels that are covered with a thin non-slip rubber. They close with leather straps on leather knot across the vamp. These shoes are quite comfortable also with regard to the contemporary demands.
Product No: 9622