Late 16thC Rowel Spurs are very high status and come with decorated buckles and embossed leather straps.
The fundamental design of the Rowel spur has remained unchanged for 700 years.
Personally, like many my other products, I do not advocate using them in the way they would have been used in the past.
Will fit UK shoe size 7-11, but they come with spare strapping if you need it.
In stock and ready to be shipped now.
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