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Leather Look Pirate Boots with Bell Cuff, Black or Brown with Free Shipping
Leather Look Pirate Boots with Bell Cuff, Black or Brown with Free Shipping
SKU Number: MAV2045/B/PU - MAV2045/BR/PU
Manufacturer Name: PLEASER
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MAVERICK BY PLEASER brand shoes/boots. These are an extremely sexy pair of genuine black OR brown LEATHER LOOK RENAISSANCE style THIGH BOOTS with 1.5" high heels! THESE BOOTS ARE PERFECT FOR YOUR RENAISSANCE CLUB ACTIVITIES, TO WEAR AT A MASQUERADE PARTY, OR WITH YOUR FAVORITE PAIR OF JEANS! If you are into reenactments, or love to dress like a pirate or from someone during the renaissance period, these are the perfect boots for you! Wear these boots to Faire, to Feast, or for any theatrical costumes involving the Elizabethan period.

ALSO AVAILABLE in genuine leather!


FEATURES:




  • BLACK OR BROWN LEATHER LOOK BOOTS


  • 1.5" HIGH HEELS


  • GREAT THREE MUSKETEERS LOOK


  • WOULD BE AWESOME FOR A DANCERS MAN OR LADY PIRATE COSTUME


  • PERFECT FOR ACTORS IN A PLAY OR TELEVISION OR MOVIES


  • AWESOME LOOK FOR YOUR NEXT MASQUERADE PARTY


  • PERFECT FOR EVERY DAY USE, THESE ARE REAL BOOTS, NOT JUST COSTUME QUALITY



  • MENS SIZES 8-14 AVAILABLE



  • PLEASE KNOW YOUR CORRECT SIZE AS THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OFFERED. THIS POLICY IS IN EFFECT TO KEEP OUR PRICES LOW AS POSSIBLE FOR ALL OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS.
RENAISSANCE FAIRES INFORMATION:
 
WHAT IS FAIRE?
Renaissance Faire (Ren Faire or just Faire) is an amalgam of many things. Its partly a craft fair, its partly historical reenactment, its partly performance art. Everyone working at Faire dresses in costumes (or garb) typical of the late Elizabethan period. There are many booths selling both crafts and food. Parades wind their way through the crowds. Jugglers, musicians, magicians, and other entertainers perform through the day. You wander about, examining goods for sale, sampling foods, watching plays and performers, and of course drinking fyne English Ale.
If you've never been to a Faire, then its hard to convey a sense of it. Most people when they go for the first time are overcome by the sheer number of things to see. And I don't mean number of things quite in the sense of say a shopping mall, though the comparison is there. But there is no chrome or decorative lighting in a sterile mall atmosphere; instead there are ribbons and flags waving in the wind, the sound of bells, of lutes, of ocarinas in the air, the lilt of foreign accents, the smell of cooking foods and flowers, the warmth of sun on your face and the wind in your hair. The setting aside, what differs more is the people; many, dare I say most, people are at faire because they want to be there. People work at faire to have fun, to entertain; they want to socialize. If you're willing to play with them, they're happy to banter with you. When was the last time someone tried to sell you something by insisting it was carried on the backs of explorers from the wilds of the far off Indies?
 
WHERE ARE THESE FAIRES?
In California, there are many Faires. The largest, and perhaps most historically accurate, are those run by the Living History Centre (LHC) in both Novato in Northern CA, and San Bernadino in Southern CA. Other faires include the Central Coast Renaissance Festival in San Luis. Faires are seasonal, the Southern Faire runs 8 weekends from mid April through late June, the Northern Faire 6 weekends from Sept through early October. SLO Faire is two weekends in early July (16th/17th and 23rd/24th) and others are scattered throughout the year.
 
WHAT IS THE SCA?
The SCA is the Society for Creative Anachronism, which is a group dedicated to researching and recreating the Middle Ages in the present. Though many people are members of the SCA and also work at faires, the difference is that faires are generally run for profit (LHC faires though non-profit are still a commercial venture) and the SCA is run because its members want it to be run. Information about the SCA can be found on the Rialto.
 
WHAT DO I WEAR??
Realistically you can wear whatever you please. There are no dress codes. You may find yourself getting more into the mood should you adopt proper clothing or something close. Clothes that you may have about that generally pass as vaguely faire-like include:
  • Natural leather shoes, boots, and sandles
  • Blowsy shirts in natural colors
  • Natural leather vests
  • Blowsy dresses in natural colors
  • Snug fitting pants without pockets if possible
The larger faires have clothing boothes where you can rent clothing for the day. Its usually about ~$30 US depending on the quality of the clothing, and changing in front of other people into unfamiliar clothing is always lots of fun! Finally, you can make your own clothing, or you can buy clothing at faire. Many many people go to faire, purchase outfits, and show up the following weekend wearing them.
 
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by Danny C
30 Sep 2012
325 out of 674 people found the following review helpful

Renaissance boots better than I expected.
I needed some boots to wear to a Renaissance Faire and I found these. I did not want to buy the more expensive leather ones, so I tried these out. They were nicer than I expected them to be. They fit well and I was very happy with them.

 
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