Walk through history in authentically made boots and shoes in the style and tradition of the great makers of the nineteenth century. Our shoes are totally authentic from our bark tanned leather to our square heel nails. Our patterns have been developed from dug artifacts, photographs, original specimens, period specifications and trade journals.
And our boots and shoes are amazingly comfortable and durable. Our customers wear their boots and shoes to re-enactments and rendezvous, and keep wearing them when they go home. Our boots and shoes stand up excellently for daily use, in living history museums and national parks throughout the country.
How to Trace Your Foot
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Caring for your shoes and boots
Never allow wet leather to get hotter than 187 degrees. This voids the warranty and destroys the leather. Clean your boots with mild solution of soap and water. While still damp, oil with pure neatsfoot oil or lexol leather conditioner. We highly recommend shoe trees for storage. Never use neatsfoot compound or heavy paste conditioner!
On wet and slick surfaces, the wearing of hobnails and heel plates is inherently dangerous. By ordering these items, you agree to do so at your own risk.