THE HISTORY OF THE SHOEby Big Lee Developer
In this post, we will give you a brief history of the shoes. Recommended Features
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Concrete shoe finds from this period do not exist. Bone examinations have shown that shoes were worn during this period. Because wearing shoes put a different strain on the foot than walking barefoot.
The simplest form of sandal was developed in Egypt.
Antiquity was one of the most important phases in shoe development. It was here that shoes were first seen as a sign of social rank. Murals prove that shoes became good for the general public.
The thong sandals from Egypt, like the Roman sandal, are well-known representatives of earlier shoe models. While the Egyptian sandal managed with a strap over the back of the foot, the Roman sandal required straps on the leg that could even reach below the knee joints.
Although the Middle Ages have a reputation for being a dark age, it was a positive time for shoe development. Heels were invented and the style by which today's shoes are still produced also originated in this era. Pointed shoes indicated the rank of the respective wearer. The longer the toe, the higher the social standing.
It was a crucial time for men's shoes: elegant, classic leather shoes were created in the 19th century. As a result of industrialization, shoes were mass-produced and the sewing machine also made great progress in the shoe industry. Differences between people and nobility no longer existed. Since the man went to work and the woman stayed at home, the footwear also differed between the sexes.
The Adidas Superstar sneaker: especially popular in white with the familiar three black stripes
New production techniques made shoes cheaper. Seams were replaced by gluing. This reduced the price, but also the value of the shoes.
There is a multitude of shoe models. Depending on the season, different models are in trend. You can find out which shoes are trendy in autumn/winter in our article Shoe trends in autumn and winter 2017.
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