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MuseumReplicas.com is one of the best suppliers of historical footwear for men, as well as period gloves and gauntlets. Just about any time period is available from Roman times up and through the Renaissance.

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High Boots with Fringe

#100256
Available in brown or black, these tall lace up men's fringed boots are crafted from high-quality glove-tanned leathers and come with an all-suede finish. For medieval and Renaissance fairs, frontier outfits, or just plain comfort.
$74.95

High Boots without Fringe

#100282
Available in brown or black, these tall lace up men's boots are cut from the best glove-tanned leathers and have an all-suede finish. Perfect for faires, medieval and frontier outfits.
$69.95

High Seas Boots

#101036
These short pirate boots are made of black synthetic leather. Side zippers for easy on and off.
$59.95

Leather Gauntlets

#200376
These 15’’ long-cuff leather gauntlets has fingers, palm, and hand made of soft, pliable leather. Great to use for Sword fighting.
$44.95

Medieval Low Boots

#100860
This style of boot was used for hundreds of years, from Vikings through the medieval peroiod. Our modern version has a soft rubber sole and heel, allowing for hours of comfortable wear.
$64.95

Mercenary Boots

#101733
These pairs of faux leather, period, cuffed knee-high boots have eleven metal buttons on the side, along with two straps. Rubber sole along with a 1-1/2” rubber heel and have a 2/3 inner side zipper. Polyurethane.
$73.95

Roman Sandals

#200254
These Roman army caligae sandals are brown leather with hobnails on the sole for long lasting wear.
$48.95

Sherwood Boots

#101734
These men's mid-calf, pull-on boots are made of faux suede and have a full rubber sole and heel.
$68.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Medieval Low Boots

Really well made, soft, and comfortable.   The soles are of a softer, less dense sort of rubber than I thought they would be but the overall construction quality leads me to believe they'll hold up well.  The insoles within them are removable and replaceable if you so choose.  They slip on easily, but are secure once on.
Reviewed by: Adam, December 06, 2019

Review of: Swordsman Roll Down Boots

I purchase a pair of these a year ago and they have been one of my main articles of footwear since, everyday life and costuming both.

While I am on the short end, these boots are quite tall-reaching up most of my thigh if pulled tight. They quickly developed a fair bit of slack, though, and the tops usually are just a few inches above my knees.

The slack only gets to be a concern when you roll the cuffs down or are moving a lot: they sometimes will give way and sag much further down, especially in significant cold for some reason.

The inside of the boot is fairly sizable-by necessity to get your foot in, given the lack of parting with laces or straps. This can sometimes make your footing a little less stable, although wearing large, cushioning socks suck as thick wool socks or stockings or chauses remedies both this and the slack of the boots quite well. If you plan to wear the cuffs turned down frequently, I recommend considering a pair of garters worn just below the knee (which is period, anyways) .

Otherwise, it is at worst passable for historical accuracy, great as rainboots (pig leather is naturally water resistant) and even everyday wear, and at a good price for genuine leather boots of this height. On sale, the price is outstanding.
Reviewed by: Genar, November 30, 2019

Review of: Leather Gauntlets

Very nice.  They ran a bit large for me  but not unreasonably so as to warrant their return.   Qualtity seems to be excellent.
Reviewed by: Mike, November 28, 2019

Review of: Swordsman Roll Down Boots

Been needing a extra pair go boots. These walked out like a charm just want I need. Thanks
Reviewed by: , October 14, 2019

Review of: Empire Cravat

It's a very regal red (burgundy) and ties really nice. I would consider getting others in more colors for future costumes.
Reviewed by: Luke, October 12, 2019

Review of: Leather Gauntlets

Looks great, soft glove and stiffer forearm.  tight on my hand but comfortable, makes for a sure grip.
Reviewed by: Robert, October 11, 2019

Review of: Leather Gauntlets

Great Leather Gauntlets
If you own swords you should also have leather gauntlets to handle them. These gauntlets are made from quality leather and fit well. Wearing leather gauntlets while handling a sword makes the experience feel authentic. I have competitively fenced for over 40 years and know the difference a good pair of leather gloves or gauntlets makes. Thanks MR for supplying quality accessories as well as quality swords.
Reviewed by: Steven, July 22, 2019

Review of: Forged Iron Cloak Pin

Love perfect for my cloak. Anxious to use it. And its really sharp which it needs to be to go though my cloak...
Reviewed by: John, June 11, 2019

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

I purchased these boots in brown, size medium. They didn’t fit quite right when I first tried them on, so I was concerned and inquired about an exchange. The mediums are stated to be shoe size 10-11. I wear a size 10 and it was loose around the top of my foot. Upon further inspection I realized that they had no insole. I grabbed the insoles out of a pair of work boots I have that fit perfect. Now these boots fit perfectly. Snug but not too tight. If you are considering purchasing these boots they are worth the money for being pleather. They look great and fit well, now that I put insoles in them.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 21, 2019

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

To start with these are not leather. That is completely fine with me. I purchased these as an alternative to dropping $700 on a pair of real leather boots sight unseen. They are well made. The sizing is a little odd. I ordered a medium which is size 10-11. I wear a 10 and they were pretty loose. I was worried and inquired about returning them. Upon further inspection I realized they had no insole in them at all. I took a pair of insoles out of some of my work boots which fit very well, and dropped it in. While feeling around to see the fitment on the inside the insole fits perfect. The variance is in the part of the boot that goes over the top of the foot is a little big. Once the insoles were in I put them on, and they fit perfect. That’s what it was missing is the insole. If you are thinking about buying these boots, do it. They are worth the money. Fit and finish is spot on. For being pleather they are great and I’m sure will hold up quite well. The buttons I have a feeling might possibly rip out but that’s ok cause I keep a couple of spare conchos in my sewing kit for just such a thing. Great boot for the price, I highly recommend.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 20, 2019