These Bear’s Claw Boots fit in the time of the lansquenets. They were made after the painting on the Paumgartner altar by Albrecht Dürer. They are made of premium-quality cow leather and have sewn-in coloured flames into the insteps.More information
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|Shoe size: EU 43, Outsole: from genuine leather||in stock 1 pair(s)|
Product No: 9662
Period: Renaissance and the Landsknechte / Renaissance shoes, shoes for Landsknechte
My wife bought me a pair of these for a gift and I have to say they are superb, very well made, fit well and are pretty comfortable. I used them for a battle the day I got them and had no issues at all. They came within the mentioned time frame and i am very pleased with a job well done. Thanks a heap for your work!
I have no doubt that these boots would be more durable than the ones pictured on the Paumgartner altar since they have a heeled sole, and the boot's opening slit / seam stops instead of continuing to the end of the toes. However, merging a cow's mouth shoe with a boot is not supported by the reference that you've provided. If you make some flat soled boots that accurately represent those on the altar (or are able to find a matching reference) I'd gladly buy a pair or two.