Here is an article giving more details:
The construction of the boot is something like double Norwegian; triple soled; hob-nailed.
Again, great info
Thanks for the details.
I think their primary purpose (aside from preserving history) is to provide shoes for the employees of Colonial Williamsburg. They all dress in traditional colonial clothing, and everything is made on site using original techniques and equipment. So essentially, they are making shoes for a small town.
Very impressive, and that is a night and day difference between the stitch prick and the fudge wheel. Thanks for demonstrating!