Ancient man, living in colder climates, is credited with making the first shoes, by adding material to the top of the crude "sandals" his neighbors in warmer climates had invented. He did so out of necessity, to give his feet additional protection from the cold.
Early man, in warmer climates, invented the sandal to protect his feet from sharp rocks, and did so by strapping a mat of woven grass, a strip of animal hide, or a slab of flat wood to his feet with "thongs" he cut out of animal hide. Some even pulled the thongs between the toes and tied them around the ankles to tighten the fit of these crude sandals.
Wealthy ancient Egyptians wore sandals as long as 5,000 years ago, eventually everyone began wearing them, and the Egyptians designed different shoes for different purposes. For example, some of the sandals were make with upturned toes to give the wearer additional protection. These improvements upon the sandal created a need for shoemakers, and the ancient Egyptians became the first shoemakers in the world.
Ancient Greeks invented the boot, by replacing the sandal's thongs with solid leather. Many of these crude shoes have endured and are still worn today. Common examples include the sandals the ancient Greeks and Romans wore, the moccasins American Indians wore, and the clogs people in Holland still wear.
In the Middle Ages, around the time the Crusades began, modern shoes appeared on the scene. The Crusaders, who went on long treks, needed durable, comfortable shoes that people then began making for this purpose.
Eventually, the styles and types of shoes made became a fashion statement, at the cost of comfort, instead of protective footwear. Fashion trends rapidly changed, and the fashionable, uncomfortable shoes with pointed, six-inch toes, gave way to another uncomfortable shoe known as the high heel.
In 1629, a shoemaker by the name of Thomas Beard, arrived in America on the second voyage of the Mayflower, opened a shop in which he could practice his trade, and sparked of our modern shoe industry.
They were made long before there was writing, so there are no records.
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gladiator sandals yeah, you are right, sandals.
AnswerIt's likely that when shoes were first invented, everyone made their own and did not buy them. There may have been some bartering for other clothing or goods.Yes they are right
The first Vans were made on March 16, 1966 in Anaheim, California. At the time these hand made shoes were known as Van Dorens.
I have a pair of Sam & Libby shoes, and on the inside it says "Made in China."
It depends on how welll your shoes are made
Yes. I have a pair of Saucony progrid running shoes that are made in Indonesia.
The object of the preposition 'of' is shoes.
Because Nike shoes are now made in factories, it will take approximately one hour to produce one pair of Nike shoes. Before they were made in factories, they were hand-made in Taiwan and South Korea.
he was seven and earned his shoes's by shining shoes of travelers in the railroad
the first vans shoes was made in 1966
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Steve Pre Prefontaine His running coach invented Nike Sneakers. He wore the first pair :)
The first pair of Chuck Taylor shoes was made in 1923, when Mr. Taylor's suggestions to improve the sporting shoe of Converse Shoes Chicago were adopted and his name was added to the product. Before Taylor got involved, the shoes were called "Converse All-Star" and dated back to the 1910s.
The pair I purchased at Lady Foot Locker a few years back was made in China.
-- a pair of tennis shoes -- a pair of dress shoes -- a pair of socks