Persian Low Point Mandan Shoe
The Persian Low Point Mandan Shoe is found in many Middle Eastern and Eastern illuminations and miniatures. Based on presentation in Osprey's Saracen Faris, and dates 12th to 13th Century. Although much later, this shoe is represented in Ottoman illuminations. Distribution is assumed to be equally between Men and Women.
The choice in construction and materials of this shoe comes from collaboration with the Middle Eastern Dance culture enthusiasts in the Outlands.
The Persian Low Point Shoe is constructed of 2.5 oz top-grain cowhide, crepe sole, leather mid-soles, leather laces, and sewing is machine overstitched or hand done. This shoe should not be used for fighting.
Coming Soon! Black and Brown colored Mandan! I will post them as they arrive.