Muhu sussid. (Leather, fabric, embroidery). Estonia. Valmistatud muhu saarel.
Leather boots with metal pins. Tsagaris skarparis. 1930-40.
Galician type of footwear is made generally of a piece of wood. Were used and are still used to rurral areas in the north of Spain (Galicia, Asturias, Catabria and […]
On feet people are still wearing woolen stockings to the knee, differing in the areas of color and embroidery, and on top of them – woolen socks beautiful knitted and […]
Klomp (clogs) – wooden shoes, which are made of willow and poplar, willow does not pass water. Klomps are warmer and drier than rubber boots. Clogs – wooden shoes, which […]
Found in the Swiss Alps and the shepherds use them even today.
The western part of the island is famous for its artisans who manufacture hand very comfortable shoes, such as traditional Cretan boots Stivania. Footwear made in Crete.
These beautiful soft slippers with genuine leather soles are decorated in a traditional style with floral pattern of Krakow.
Andalucia. Flamenco shoes – closed toe and heel, on a stable heel with a strap that secures the ankle. The emergence of flamenco shoes is directly connected with musical and dance […]
Menorca. Menorquinas – is the traditional footwear of local residents, mostly farmers. This leather sandals on a very thin and flat shoes. They are in our days sew by hand.
Tsarouhi (Greece, Metsovo)
Serbian traditional shoes with a slightly upturned noses made exclusively homemade from skin. Serbia, 20th cent.
Wood and leather. 21st cent. Nazarre, Portugal.
Wool, felted , embroidery. Home shoes. 21.st. cent. Poland.
These are hand made of brown leather and are gathered around foot. They are tied to the feet with a long narrow strip. The traditional peasant sandals are worn by […]
Traditional Latvian hard leather shoes. The shoes were worn by male and female.
Spanish traditional summer shoes. Fabric, rope-soled shoes made of natural materials. Spain, 20th cen
Traditional leather shoes with pompons are a part of the Greek national costume. Male pompoms were painted in black, for women and children they bear bright colours.
Traditional hard leather boots. Worn by the Highlanders and are widely used in the Carpathians and the Balkans. Poland, 20th cent.
Traditional galician shoes. Northern Spain. Leather and wood. It is used both for work in the field and for dancing.