Civil war boots

Civil war boots
These fine boots are made to Fugawee's specifications by one of the few boot makers in the world that still produces the he antique molded front piece. I don't think that any other two-piece CW boot made in America has the accurate molded shape.
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1861 black roughout, unlined short boot

1861 black roughout, unlined short boot

1861 black rough out, unlined short boot
$164.13 $105.00
1861 Enlisted short boot, black smooth

1861 Enlisted short boot, black smooth

The Artillery boot of the Civil War. Also called the short boot before and after the CW.
$206.31
Brown Short Boot Pebbled finish

Brown Short Boot Pebbled finish

Brown short boot a two piece boot. low heel.
$164.13 $105.00
Brown Short Boot Rough Un lined

Brown Short Boot Rough Un lined

A civilian version of the 1861 artillery boot
$164.13 $105.00
Josie

Josie

A ladies lace up boot. Sturdy enough for around the camp and comfortable enough for all day.
$166.16
Northern Rough Side Out Brogan

Northern Rough Side Out Brogan

Fugawee's Civil War Contract bootees are available in smooth top grain or rough flesh-out .
$131.98
Northern Smooth Out Brogan/ Jefferson Bootee

Northern Smooth Out Brogan/ Jefferson Bootee

Fugawee's Civil War Contract bootees are available in smooth top grain or rough flesh-out .
$131.98
Southern Brogan Rough Side Out

Southern Brogan Rough Side Out

The Southern or Monticello model. also appropriate as a work shoe from the early 1800's until the present day
$131.98
Stove Pipe Boot

Stove Pipe Boot

The Stovepipe boot is dated 1847 to 1900. It was first known as a Common Boot. Standard Size Calf.
$276.26
Stove Pipe Boot Wide Tube

Stove Pipe Boot Wide Tube

The Stovepipe boot is dated 1747 to 1900. It was first known as a Common Boot. This model is for people with a wider calf.
$225.50 $179.10
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