Classic and vintage, this traditional lederhosen dark Haferl shoe is combined with modern and traditional embroidery designs of Bavaria. The front cap and the lacing strip are made of high-quality suede leather, while the rubber soles and corpus are borrowed from the modern sneaker for comfortable wear when you walk around in the beer tents. The faded style embroidery helps to convey a rustic charm along with the rich traditional Bavarian style. This traditional German shoe is a one of its kind combination of casual and traditional look.
The main highlighting characters are the high ride heel area and the rather low cut area under the ankles. The beautiful two tone typical lacing on the side completes the look of this shoe. Complete your Bavarian look with such Trachten shoes and gear up for a thrilling time at Oktoberfest. These amazing shoes will complement any traditional German costume, especially your Lederhosen. These classic shoes are available in various sizes.
Made out of authentic leather, with soft inner leather, and comfortable inner soles, our range of Oktoberfest shoes are highly comfortable and guaranteed to keep your feet breathing as you spend a day out with your loved ones grabbing mugs of beer and dancing. We have Haferl shoes available in all sizes, but if you have trouble finding the perfect fit, here is what you can do.
To help you get the accurate fit and match it with our size chart, you can use an ordinary ruler to measure your foot in centimeter or inches. Place your foot on a flat surface with your heels against a straight edge. Place a ruler beside your foot on the straight surface; align it to the back of your heel, then take the length in inches, millimeters or centimeters from the tip of your longest toe to your heel. Keep in mind that your longest toe may not always be your big toe. Match the measurements with our size charts, it’s that simple!
Tip: The best and most accurate way to measure your toe is to make sure that you stand wearing lederhosen socks (loferl or simple pullover Oktoberfest socks). This gives room for the best fit and ensures you do not end up buying a tight lederhosen shoe size.