How To: Excellent article w/ patterns on how to make these Iron age / Medieval shoes!!  Best instructions you'll find out there - going to make me a pair!

Iron Age Shoes (previous 'viking Shoes')

Viking shoes tutorial (original post now only open to invited readers. She posted this full tutorial on Instructables)

SD BJD Viking Mammen shoes by on @deviantART

SD BJD Viking Mammen shoes by scargeear on deviantART. I posted this image twice, so I deleted the one with the fewest pins. Feel free to come back and pin this copy!

New viking shoes by ~VendelRus  I might try to make these. They need better war soles tho - interesting links in the comment section

This is a pic of my new shoes (or one of them anyway). Like my previous shoes they are based on a York and Hedeby finds. New viking shoes

Two Early Shoe Patterns. Roman shoes and Viking shoes.

Two Early Shoe Patterns I have made one like this before and they are comfy as gloves for my feet :) This can be taken to a shoe smith for harder soles when done too.

The best part is this comment: They ended up surprisingly comfortable for floormat shoes (where any comfort probably rates as surprising).  with sock, the nerd factor skyrockets, but so does the genuine comfort.

Iron Age Shoes (previous 'viking Shoes')

make your own "Iron Age" shoes.:) earth and living: iron age shoes: a tutorial, sort of

The Vlaardingen Viking Shoe is a period constructed shoe, it's antecedents are found from Ireland to Poland from 800 to 900. Constructed and sewn by hand. $75

Vlaardingen Viking Shoe

The Vlaardingen Viking shoe is a turn shoe. Constructed and sewn by hand. Linen thread is used for the edge to edge seem to connect the ends of the single piece upper shoe together and uses the edge /

Irish ghillie pattern. Laces, cut in a spiral out of circle of leather with no weak spots.

Laces, cut in a spiral out of circle of leather with no weak spots.

Viking boot, 10th century, Yorkshire Museum. These are the pattern that Matthew's shoes are based off of.

Viking Boot: History of York This particular boot is more than 1000 years old and was found in Coney Street, York.

Viking shoes

Medieval Clothing: Ninth century clothing for men women and children of all classes including shoes and hairstyles.