Having converted his half-boots into sandals, he travelled with more ease.
He replaced the cover on the box containing the collar and the half-boots.
Some of the people hereabouts clean their half-boots and harness with the fat of fish; others purchase blacking from Norway.
On his feet were a kind of half-boots, with little bells of gold hanging therefrom.
Half-boots of leather, thickly soled, as if chosen in anticipation of a long journey, covered her small feet.
I wore a white doublet with a pair of white hose and a pair of half-boots, into which I had stuck the poniard I have mentioned.
Their legs were bare, but painted with the juice of the huito, which made it appear that they had on half-boots.
Even my half-boots (though the sole of one of them was tied on to my foot with a broken bridle rein) were minutely inspected.
Having converted my half-boots into sandals, I travelled with more ease, and slept that night at a village called Ballanti.
These half-boots are worn over the fur stockings in warm weather, or outside the long boots in very severe weather.