Τσαρούχι καρφίτσα πέτου '21. Η δημιουργία μας είναι αφιερωμένη στα 200 χρόνια από την Ελληνική Επανάσταση του 1821. Είναι χειροποίητη από μασίφ ορείχαλκο. Το τσαρούχι ήταν ένα ελαφρύ, δερμάτινο χειροποίητο ανδρικό ή γυναικείο υπόδημα με ή χωρίς φούντα. Σήμερα φοριούνται στην Ελλάδα ως υποδήματα μαζί με τη φουστανέλα και με τη στολή των Ευζώνων.
Στις τιμές συμπεριλαμβάνεται ΦΠΑ.
A tsarouchi (Greek: τσαρούχι) is a type of shoe, which is typically known nowadays as part of the traditional uniform worn by the Evzones of the Greek Presidential Guard. Their origin is obscure and goes back to the Byzantine times, with influences from styles imported by neighbouring tribes, including the Turks. Originally, various types of similar shoes were worn all over the Balkans, but tsarouchia are mainly associated with the Greeks.
They were the most common footwear worn by both urban and rural Greeks, mainly men, but also many women. After the Greek independence in early 19th century, their use was limited to isolated rural areas and nomadic populations, seen by westernised urbanites as a sign of uncouthness and backwardness. In a version with reinforced sole, they remained the issue boot for the Evzone units well into the 20th century, though after the First World War were gradually replaced in active service by the standard laced boot.
Tsarouciia provide a clear link with the origin of the Evzone uniform in the traditional Greek costume, and with the fact that Evzones were largely enlisted from rural mountainous regions of Greece. Nowadays they are almost exclusively used by the presidential guard and in various traditional festivals and dances along with other traditional Greek garments.