Knight Shoes

Contemporary participants of reenactment battles have completely forgotten about the sabatons, whereas medieval knights put them on first, dressing in armor before throwing away the scabbard. Sabaton, aka a solleret, is a plated shoe, which was worn over footwear and attached to the boots or to the greaves. Their construction resembles the inverted galoshes, that is, the outer surface of the foot is covered, while the bottom, which is in direct contact with the floor surface, is not. That’s why medieval sabatons are intended to be worn on top of any comfortable footwear, be it historically authentic boots, which are preferable for reenactors, or fantasy ones, that fit for LARPers, the main thing is good adhesion to the surface.

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