The oldest all-foot covered leather soft shoe was found in the cave of Armenian Highlands in 2008.
The exceptional discovery was made by Soviet archeologists in 1947 in Pazyryk kurgans of Altai Mountains (south of modern city of Novosibirsk in Russian Federation), when the oldest ornamented leather boots were excavated from the burrows of Scythian nomadic tribes that had been waiting to be found for over 2300 years. All three recovered boots are decorated with intricate patterns and ornaments that bore sacred meaning for the owner.
The Tatar boots tradition is keeping the spirit and the leather craftsmanship of the nomadic heritage.
|“Warrior Sandals”||“Armenian Incognito”||“Otze the Iceman”||“Cave Moccasin”||“Salt Man”||“Siberian Beauty”||“Roman Fort Lady”||“Turkic Seamstress”|
|Isarel Antiquities Authority||Article in Scientific Journal||South Tyrol Museum of Archeology||Article in Science Journal||Zanjan Archeology Museum||Hermitage Museum||Saalburg Museum||National Museum of Mongolia|