Straight Last, 1¾ heel, an all-leather shoe appropriate for the majority of the 18th century.
Buckles sold separately.
The surprisingly comfortable Connie is the choice of interpreters and demonstrators. This shoe is modeled after examples in Linda Baumgartner's book; Eighteenth Century Clothing at Williamsburg. On page 78 you will find a photo of a buff leather girl's shoe very similar to the Natural Rough model. You will forget that it is a straight last shoe the second or third time you wear it. The naturals were meant to allow you, the customer, to dye a shoe to match an outfit.