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Modern front straightened and tapered variants are called toed shoe. The length of top designs forms part of the styles of each variant and maybe regulated in dress codes. The earliest expression of this kind is found in the 14th century - kids dancewear and dance shoes. Shoe protect the feet from the cold and dirt as well from abrasion. It may also serve as a status symbol. In parallel tose fads there has always been wide shoe, which probably served to work and only in 16th century were modern. With its deliberately broad and short toe this horn, duckbill, or Kuhmaul- Hogweed Shoe demonstrated a clear departure from the previous shoe fashion. These shoe were manufactured in Goodyear welted construction method.

Shaft leather and sole were a - kept revolving leather band - the fed. The interior was made from twisted and twisted grass cords. This network was connected by the rotating leather straps fixed to sole upwards towards the shaft but open. Between the braid of liner and the shaft Leather hay is fixed, which served as padding and insulation. In addition, in all three graves of Sungir lined up in feet ivory beads have been found that give a clear indication of former decoration of shoe made of leather or raffia.

On the other hand, Shoe allocations to servants and workers of farms us in late Middle Ages known sources, which included quite a plurality of pairs per year. The misconception is probably due to bare feet of medieval painting partially usual representation of social status of a person based on certain positive or negative symbols.

A shoe consists of two main parts: the upper part is the shaft, the lower is called ground. The floor is made depending on the model of at least one sole (example: Moccasin) or, as in a typical leather shoe, from an insole (insole) plus an outsole attached to it. Depending on the model may be present, such as in sports shoe between the inner and outer sole, yet midsoles.

Common in Middle Ages scene are modern so-called covenant shoe, a piece of leather wrapped around the foot and tied together at the top. This shoe shape can be, to a much more elaborate, evidencing in antiquity, the High and Late Middle Ages, but its use was uncommon. The was mapped from 1493 as a sign of oppression and poverty on the flags of insurgent peasants of so-called movement, however, is a more than ankle work boots, which is fixed with a tied belt.

So are found on many walls and tone painting references to diverse shoe styles that were worn in different regions. Particularly well known Egyptian thong sandal with diagonally across the instep running shaft belt and the Roman sandals with strap attachment ranged partly as a so-called Boots Sandals to below the knee.

Accordingly, we used goat and sheep as a shaft leathers mainly in 11th and 12th centuries, cowhide mainly before 11 and then again in 13th and 14th centuries. For boots predominantly solid cowhide was used, which was also basically used for the soles. From the 12th century, additional insoles are found.

This is first sewn on the left and then flipped to turn right footwear are mainly in Middle Ages fashionable influences. The shaft heights and cuts this turning shoe were varied from the beginning of 12th century; Lock after it was lacing, slip and strap shoe, in 13th century and boots. In 11th and 12th centuries dominated tapered toe and heel lace; in next 150 years, more rounded forms, which were in turn replaced by extravagant acute forms in course of 14th and 15th centuries. After the Crusades fine footwear was in top layer by oriental model.




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