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#1 Posted : Saturday, June 19, 2010 10:32:11 PM(UTC)

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How durable leather shoe?

In a cave in the USA recently discovered leather Moccasin style shoe, age approx. 5.500 years. The shoe tailor (7 u.s.) made from one piece of cowhide, which sent a leather straps, and is dry compressed inside shdsha-perhaps volume. The shoe was preserved well thanks to a layer of sheep dung and dry climate in the cave.
This type of basic closed shoe is considered more advanced boot open and allows the wearer to withstand a wider range of climatic conditions and go long distances. Shoe made of leather, borsk technology that apparently was so new.

"Those people used to go to. Found in the cave volcanic glass (Obsidian), a distance of 120 km to arshian, "said Gregory Univ. California archaeologist and author of the study.

So with all the resistance modern stories. One year seems 5.500 mbisa!

... And of course, just one question: how much she weighs? :-)

(Source: http://www.trailspace.co...ldest-leather-shoe.html, by:
National Geographic News

(Photo: Gregory Areshian, nationalgeographic.com)

This shoe is ahead by 200 years of leather shoes, mountain man otati discovered frozen in Switzerland when he shot an arrow through the heart, and found out about 5300 years "." But while this shoe was sent of cow leather, lock of completely different otati-leather soles are kind of a local mountain goat (and brown bear as thought initially), plague may, skin and shoe-leather following the string. -Inner side of old citrus tree bark that protects the toes and the heel and ankle and increasing links between the two parts of the shoe tightly. Inside the lock request is used for insulation and cushioning, mildew imprisoned inside of inner and outer grass. The sole sewn leather vertical stripe on the outer side, to help prevent slipping. To lock the loops they had pieced the knickerbockers fur ankle nrchso rope. And sealing solution was leather and animal liver fat, and is cut in stone.
(There are some incorrect claims about the ingredients, the heated objects latest test here in September 2009).

To teach you the difference between non-European hiking equipment, American ...

Incidentally, otati's shoes were copied by restoring it expertise and artist given to five subjects in the range of thousands otati during the thaw. The results exceeded the modern shoe, including lack of calluses and resolved in the snows thaw walking-shoe but not sealing water dry quickly.

The Dan boots appear in archaeological evidence has been indirect 40.000 years ago, and sandals were dated to about 10,000 years ago. A shoe was found belongs to the American copper age, around 3500 b.c.

And on this a couple of citations:
1. where Mary Mears follows in his survival after the Jewish partisans in the forests of Poland, and how to make quilted Sandals white bark. Gorgeous.
2. the section in the book "the last tribe" in which he explains how the modern andianim loafers. As far as I can tell, the method is very similar.
For those interested (as I do) the technique of preparing and Analyzing prehistoric shoes shoes, for example, see: http://www.univie.ac.at/cga/art/footwear.html
Maveniinnim to prepare clothing and survival equipment provided-the technology of clothes and equipment of saw-as http://www.archaeologiemuseum.it/en/clothing otati
Otati carried equipment assembled from 18 different wood types and types of leather, and furs, each ideal for aims. Amazingly similar equipment to what takes all modern professional traveler, including backpack and repairs, fire and topic.
According to return based on the structure of the skull and skeleton, national looks like in real life:
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