Where are shoemakers in the feudal system?
Shoemakers were skilled craftsmen, and they were in the middle class.
Shoemakers were of two types, cobblers, who repaired shoes and made inexpensive shoes, and cordwainers, who made fine shoes. Obviously, the cobblers were not as prosperous as the cordwainers, and there were doubtless a number of them who were itinerant workers, who went from village to village doing repairs for the folk. The cordwainers formed a guild in London, received the right to regulate the shoe trade in 1272, and were given a royal charger in 1439.
The feudal system is a political system that was prevalent in Europe in between the eighth and fourteenth centuries. Most of the agricultural society was largely supported by the feudal system social hierarchy. In the feudal system, most of the rights and privileges were given to the Upper classes. In this hierarchical structure, the kings occupied the topmost position, followed by barons, bishops, knights and villains or peasants.