What were shoes called In the 1980's?
In the 1980s, shoes were known as 'shoes'. People referred to them as 'shoes' and would buy them in shoe stores.
they were around 15 cents i got that kind of money
jazz shoes are called jazz shoes because you use them for jazz
Production of Vans shoes moved to China in the mid-1980s. However, there is some talk of production moving back to the United States (at least partially).
they are called wooden shoes
About the same as it is now, except you didn't have to take your shoes off to get on a plane and we didn't have hybrid cars.
wallabee shoes are called wallabee shoes because they are all wanna-be's. These shoes are fake and trying to be real brand named shoes.
They are called Spectator Shoes.
They are called simply, "tennis shoes" or "running shoes"
Shoes that close without laces are called Velcro or slip-on shoes.
Ballet shoes or Pointe shoes
well, the one who makes the shoes is called a blacksmith. a farrier puts the shoes on the horse.
I think they are called "heavy shoes"
They are called anti-gravity shoes.
it is "darts for martz"
Dutch shoes are called 'Klompen' in Dutch. In English 'Clogs'.
If you were in an English speaking country, they were called shoes. Or slippers or boots.
It does not have a special name but the shoes are called point shoes
They are just called basketball shoes. If you have a pair of Air Jordans, they are often called "Jordans."
There is no special names for shoes in Ireland. They are just shoes.
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soccer shoes are called cleats you can tell that they are cleats if they have spikes on the bottom.
Geisha wear shoes called zori with white socks that are called tabi.
High heeled shoes! ( high heels,fir short$
Flamenco shoes. Improve this if you have a better answer. Maybe DANCING SHOES>
Because when you put shoes on you go away (Shoo, Shoo).
tennis shoes idiota
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Boston in the mid-1980s.
Sometimes they are referred to as clipless shoes, though cycling shoes is widely accepted.
There called Invisible
They are called CLEATS.
They are called fivefinger running shoes.
Shoes are called Vegan shoes when they are made without the use of leather, silk, wool, or any animal based glues. Vegan shoes are like the Vegan diet, where a person doesn't eat meat or use anything that comes from an animal.
The term cyberspace was invented in 1980 and appeared in several works of fiction in the early 1980s. The actually link of computers called cyberspace came about in the late 1980s.
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The soft shoes are known as ballet slippers. The hard shoes that enable you to rise onto your toes are called pointe shoes.
A person who puts shoes on horses is called a farrier.
Dutch wooden shoes are called "clogs".
Any horse with shoes is still called a horse.
A person that makes shoes is called a cobbler.
it is called skating shoes
No, there was a movie just like it but it was called something else
My team just calls them cheer shoes. But they have brands, "nfinity" cheer shoes are really common.
Everyone wore shoes. For the poor, it was flat leather or wooden shoes. Most people wore shoes with blocks underneath called "patterns" to keep the shoes clean.
The wooden shoes from Holland, or the Netherlands, are called klomp. The clogs made in other countries have different names.
you always have to where tennis shoes to tennis tornaments. that's why their called tennis shoes lol.
he wore shoes called big O's
cobbler A person who mends or makes shoes is a Cobbler
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