Kensington - Black Preworn Sample UK8.5

Out Of Stock Kensington - Black Preworn Sample UK8.5


Size  UK 8.5 (EU 41/42, US 10.5)

These shoes have been worn once for a few hours, and thus have the buckle holes pre-punched. 

A different wearer may need to make new holes, or use the existing ones.

They are also old stock, thus a size not usually available.


Era: 1760-1790.  George III, American Colonial, American Rev. War.

 

The Kensington shoe is a fantastic all-round period shoe, as at home in a camp as in a palace. The seams make them correct for the latter part of the 18th Century, and they can be dressed up or down depending on the buckle.   They have the pointed toe (hand-stretched) and Louis heel correct for the era.

 

Kensingtons, like most 18th Century shoes, need buckles.  The price is without buckles, but you can either choose from the above selection or order them separately.

These shoes would also work incredibly well as a modern smart shoe, with the mid height, wide based heel, and the ability to change the buckles for a different look.

Shoes
Colour Black
Fastening Buckle
Sole Leather
Upper Leather

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All footwear (unless otherwise noted in the product description) runs true to size. We strongly recommend ordering your usual shoe size.

If you have a wide foot then we recommend ordering a half size larger than usual.

Please ensure that you are standing, wearing the socks or stockings you will wear with your new shoes when measuring your feet. Using one of the following charts, convert your inches or cm measurement to your U.K. shoe size.

UK Size Euro Size US Size Length (in) Length (cm) Width (in)
4 36-37 6 8.875 22.5 3.3125
4.5 37 6.5 9.0625 23 3.375
5 37-38 7 9.25 23.5 3.4375
5.5 38 7.5 9.375 23.8 3.5
6 38-39 8 9.5 24.1 3.5625
6.5 39 8.5 9.6875 24.6 3.625
7 39-40 9 9.875 25.1 3.6875
7.5 40 9.5 10 25.4 3.75
8 40-41 10 10.1875 25.9 3.8125
8.5 41 10.5 10.3125 26.2 3.875
9 41-42 11 10.5 26.7 3.9375
  • £150.00

Tags: Shoe, Georgian, American Colonial, George III, American Rev. War