Boot: the boot is referred to under different designations, e.g. the Irish brogue, the Dutch boot, Antique boot, &c.: with these should be named the shoe.
Argent, a boot sable, top turned down or, soled gules--BOOT.
Or, three boots sable--HUSSEY.
Argent, three antique boots sable, spurs or--MANN.
Argent, two Dutch boots, the soles erect, embowed at the knee and endorsed sable, issuant out of a pile in base vert, spurred or--BOOTE.
Argent, a shoe proper, on a canton per chevron gules and ermine, three covered cups or, two and one--O'HAGAN.
Argent, three men's boots sable--COKER, co. Dorset.
Gules, a chevron between three brogues or--ARTHURE, Ireland.