The Air Force 1 shoe is a product of Nike, Inc. which was released in 1982. The name is a reference to Air Force One, the plane that carries the President of the United States. The shoe was popular in the early 1980s and then again in the late 1990s and early 2000s. These shoes are one of the most popular and sought after items in cities and many suburban areas. Due to their popularity, Air Force 1s are custom made by people and sold online. Customizers change the colors of different parts of the shoe like the swoosh, heel, toe, bottom on request. The shoes are also made with different colors for special occasions such as the Olympics and released in colors commemorating regions such as Puerto Rico, New York City, Detroit "D-Town", and the West Indies. Some music industry members such as Roc-A-Fella Records and some athletes such as Lebron James have their own special versions made by Nike that are not for sale to the public. Air Force 1 (shoe)"
An athletic shoe is a generic name for a shoe designed for sporting activities. They were originally sporting apparel, but are today worn much more widely as casual footwear. It can also go by the name sport shoe, running shoe, gym shoe, tennis shoes, sneakers (American English) or trainers (British English). Athletic shoe"
Ballet shoes are especially designed light shoes for ballet dancing. They can be made of leather for durability or canvas. It is also possible to have a split sole or a full sole. Ballet shoes"
Bast shoes are shoes weaved primarily from bast of the linden tree or from birch bark, a kind of basket fit to the shape of a foot. It is an obsolete traditional footwear of forest areas of Eastern Europe used by poorer population of Finnic people, Balts, and Slavs. They were easy to manufacture, but not very durable. Bast shoe"
The Bata Shoe Museum, in Toronto, Canada, is a place dedicated to the history of footwear. It was established in 1995 by the Bata family under the Bata Shoe Museum Foundation. Much of the collection was donated from the private collections of Mrs Sonja Bata, chair of the Foundation and co-founder of Bata Shoes. Bata Shoe Museum"
Bata Shoes is the world's largest shoe company. It is also the world's largest family-owned company. It is currently headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and operates in 68 countries. Bata Shoes"
A climbing shoe is a piece of foot wear that is specifically designed and worn for climbing. To increase the grip of the foot on a climbing wall or rock face due to friction, the shoe is covered with a rubber layer. Usually, the shoes are only a few millimeters thick and will have a very tight fit around the feet. Climbing shoe"
Cycling shoes are shoes designed for cycling. They come in a variety of designs depending on the type and intensity of the cycling for which they are intended. Modern cycling shoes include hollowed or perforated sections to easily insert cleats for clipless pedal systems such as Shimano's SPD (Shiamno Pedaling Dynamics) and LOOK. Cycling shoe"
Earth shoes were a style of shoe invented in the 1970s in Scandinavia, to invert established practices for those persons who wanted to be unconventional. Unlike other shoes, the soles were thick and the heels were thin, so wearing them one walked heel-downward. The advertisements said that it was like walking on the beach, where one's footprints are this way. Earth shoe"
High-heeled shoes are shoes which raise the heel of the wearer's foot significantly higher than the toes. When both the heel and the toes are raised, as in a platform shoe, it is generally not considered to be a "high heel." High heels come in a wide variety of styles, and the heels are found in many different shapes, including stiletto, block, tapered, blade, and wedge. High-heeled shoe"
A jackboot is a type of military boot. Jackboots are heavily associated with fascism, particularly Nazism. Jackboot"
Jasari is a track spike produced by Nike, Inc. in the mid-late 1990s. It is very light weight and flexible, with permanent ceramic spikes. The name comes from a Swahili word for "Fearless".] Jasari"
RYKÄ (or Ryka) is an athletic shoe brand that caters specifically to women. They are owned by the American Sporting Goods Corp., who also owns the Avia line of shoes. RYKÄ"
A shoe is an item of footwear. Shoe"
Shoes and boots are the most rigid and heavy articles of clothing most people commonly wear; shoe flinging, using shoes as an improvised projectile or weapon, is a constituent of a number of folk sports and practices. Shoe flinging"
Shoemaking is a traditional career/ craft, mostly superseded by industrial manufacture of footwear. Shoemaking"
The stiletto heel can be found on some high-heeled shoes and boots. Generally speaking, this kind of heel is high and narrow, appearing as if a stiletto dagger or spike is emerging from the footwear. Stiletto heel"
The Red Shoes ( 1948) is a film by the British-based director-writer team of Powell & Pressburger. The Red Shoes (film)"