Medieval combat boots with side laces


We offer you historical footwear made with side lacing for fighting in armor. They are suitable of the period of 14-15 centuries. These shoes was created, taking into account the features of medieval combat.



The medieval combat boots with side laces is a durable footwear designed for fighting, whether it’s wrestling or running.

These combat boots have a soft ankle part to provide maximal mobility for running experience.

Each pair is made-to-measure.

The shoes have a modern sole (no modern footprint. This feature provides a reliable grip and is ideal for movement on different surfaces – grass, sand, solid ground or rubble.

It consists of several layers: a leather insole, a leather plate, a porous breathable base and a ribbed rubber sole – this is a harder material, able to protect feet from injuries and shoes from early wear.

We allow a slight deviation from the historical analogue, so the shoes can last longer and be more durable.

Medieval combat boots with side laces have a soft ankle part to provide maximal mobility for running experience.

Medieval Footwear FAQ

To prolong the lifespan of your medieval combat boots, it is important to clean and condition them regularly. Use a soft brush to remove any dirt or debris, and apply a leather conditioner to keep the leather supple and prevent cracking. Avoid exposing the boots to excessive moisture or extreme temperatures, as this can damage the leather and compromise its structural integrity. Try not to dry them above the open fire, usually, it doesn’t make them better.

To get custom-sized shoes, it’s crucial to measure your feet correctly for a perfect fit, particularly for armored combat boots. You should measure your feet with the socks and padded chausses you wear during combat.


  1. Prepare a sheet of paper, a pen or pencil, and a ruler. Wear the socks and padded chausses you wear during combat.
Feet measurements for battle boots

2. Place the paper on a flat surface. Stand on the paper with your weight evenly distributed.

feet measurements

3. Trace around your foot with a pen perpendicular to the paper, keeping it close to your foot.

4. Measure the length of your foot from the longest point on your heel to the longest point on your toes using a ruler. Record this measurement.

5. Measure the width of your foot at the widest part, usually around the ball of your foot, and note it down.

6. Measure the circumference of B (the area where you measured width), C (the area where your foot meets your leg), and D (your ankle) using a measuring tape. Write down these measurements.

7. Note any other details of your feet for your custom-sized shoes, such as medical braces, or surgeons.

Important points on how to measure your feet for custom-sized shoes:

  • Measure with socks and padded chausses worn during combat.
  • Trace the foot with a pen perpendicular to the paper.
  • Measure foot length from heel to toe and width at the widest part.
  • Measure the circumference of B, C, and D for both feet.
  • Note any other requests or details.


With accurate measurements following these steps, you can get custom-sized shoes that fit your needs perfectly. If you have questions or require assistance, don’t hesitate to consult us.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg