Medieval ankle boots :
Medieval ankle boots were a type of footwear worn during the medieval period in Europe, roughly from the 5th to the 15th century. These boots were typically made from leather and had a low-cut design that covered the foot and ankle, but did not extend up the calf like many modern boots.
Ankle boots were often plain in design, without embellishments or decorations, although they could be decorated with embroidery or simple patterns. They were typically fastened with laces or buckles, and sometimes had a small heel for added support and comfort.
Medieval ankle boots were worn by people from all walks of life, from peasants to nobles, and were an important part of medieval fashion. They were often paired with hose, a type of fitted leg covering, and could be worn for both practical purposes, such as walking long distances, and for more formal occasions.