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    Quote Originally Posted by Zardoz View Post
    Have not myself, but I know a couple of folks who've made ghillies from this guide;
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Viking-shoes/
    Z, that is the same type of shoe made by The Original Medieval Moccasins company, out of San Marcos, TX. My wife has worn a pair of their moccasins for years (been resoled once in 7 years of almost constant wear.) She also has a pair of their knee high boots.

    http://www.medievalmoccasins.com/
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    Check out the re-enactment shoes and brogues—scroll almost to bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander31 View Post
    Z, that is the same type of shoe made by The Original Medieval Moccasins company, out of San Marcos, TX.
    http://www.medievalmoccasins.com/
    Wow! About 25 miles from my house and I never knew! They also have quite a good kilt links page.

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    Aye, but there's a big difference in price. The ones from Foxblade are about $55 and look like old shoes IMHO.

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    I've been very satisfied with my two pair of medieval mocassins.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leslie of Leslie View Post
    Check out the re-enactment shoes and brogues—scroll almost to bottom.
    Is this the link you meant to post?

    http://www.foxblade.co.uk/
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    Well, yeah. If I would have remembered to add it to my post. Brain fart! Sorry about that. Those brogues look very realistic. I suppose that their cost would be similar to those of the Texas place once you add shipping from the UK.

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