Obiele called Obialăs are woven in striped or chequered patterns, in red, white and black (reminiscent of the Scottish plaid designs).
|Câmpia Banatului||Obiele decorated with red motifs|
|Maramureş||Legs wrapped in thick broad, cioareci / obiele which are made in the same way at the gubă, by introducing tufts of white wool into woven fabric.|
Black boots (cizme
|Kalotaszeg||Women’s boots are sometimes made of red leather.|
|Pădureni||Colţuni - Foot and part of leg wrapped in thick white woollen material called " tolobani," worn with opinci with tall gurgiu (toe tips) (10cm) sewn with narrow strips of neat leather and decorated with tin tacks for walking on rough roads.|
|Hunedoara, Orăştie, Petroşani and partsof Ţara Haţegului||
Obiele are made of white wool with narrow grey and blakc stripes at
2-3 cm intervals.
Ţara Haţegului - Opinci have wide gurguiul, which bends back towards the ankle.
|Sibiu, Făgăraş,Mediaş||Low black
|Sibiu||Decorated leg wraps (ghetra,
|Romanaţi and Dolj||Opinci worn by men are heavily decorated with punched ornaments. Woollen stockings and gloves are decorated with woollen embroidery|
Style of opinci worn have a T strap which is similar to those worn in
Bulgaria, this style possibly having oriental origins.
|Moldavia||Nojite used to tie opinci to the feet are made of goats or horse hair and are dyed white.|