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Different types of Shoes
- Different types of Shoes
- Ballet flat shoes
- Ballerina shoes (Pointe shoe )
- Bathroom slippers
- Birkenstock Footwear
- Block heel shoes
- Brogue shoes
- Canvas shoes
- Chelsea boots
- Clogs shoes
- Cowboy boots
- Crocs™ shoes
- Converse shoes
- Dress Shoes
- Gladiator footwear
- Hiking shoes/boots
- Kitten heel shoes
- Loafer shoes
- Mary jane shoes
- Mule shoes
- Over the knee boots
- Oxford shoe
- Platform shoes
- Platform flipflops/Slippers
- Pump shoes
- Running shoes
- Slingback shoes
- Snow boots
- Stiletto shoes
- Suede Shoes
- Wedge shoes
Ballet flat shoes
Flat fitted shoes usually made of canvas, satin or leather.
Ballerina shoes (Pointe shoe )
The kind of satin shoes worn by ballerinas. They do not have the hard heels of regular ballet shoes.
This is a branded footwear with a distinctive shape with a cork-and-latex footbed.
Block heel shoes
These shoes have small, medium or high heels which look like a block (rather than tapered)
Boots are shoes that cover the foot atleast till the ankles.
A type of low heeled shoes with many perforations on the surface given as a decoration.
Casual shoes made of sturdy and durable canvas material and with rubber soles. They can be laced or slip on.
Close-fitting ankle-length leather boots with an elastic side panel which ease putting the boots on.
A casual shoe with a flat base and an open back; usually closed toe.
Calf length leather boots ; they usually have several embossings on the surface .
This is a very popular trademarked clogs shoes.
This is a very popular branded canvas shoes.
Leather shoes that are worn with formal wear.
A light canvas shoes with a plaited fiber sole
Very comfortable footwear without any heels.
These are footwear with straps tied around the ankle, calf or the whole leg – the kind of shoes that you would see on greek gladiators in the bygone era.
Rough and tough, sturdy, waterproof , anti-skid, ankle support shoes or boots.
Fully plastic footwear with a jelly-like transparent or shiny look.
Kitten heel shoes
Shoes with a small pointed heel
A casual slip on shoes without any lacing in the front. There are many kinds of loafers, depending on the type of design on the front of the shoes.
Mary jane shoes
Flat round toed shoes with a single strap across the top of the foot.
Soft leather heelless shoes. It has a u shaped piece over the foot.
A type of shoes without any strap or constraints around the heels.
Over the knee boots
The name says it all – boots that cover the knees.
It is a leather dress shoe with a closed lacing system.
Pumps or stilettoes with a front opening giving a glimpse of the toes.
Shoes with a thick sole
Shoes with the front covered.
These are anti-skid shoes with lots of cushioning and support meant for supporting the foot during athletic activities.
The name refers to any open type of footwear, be it flats or heels with more open space than covering over the foot. Sandals usually have straps over the instep and around the ankle.
Simple slip-on footwear that you slide on to your foot.
These are good looking sports shoes meant for athletic activities and also for casual daily wear.
Footwear with a strap in the back behind the heel or the ankle.
Shoes without lacing in the front.
The kind of boots you would prefer to go out in winter – sturdy waterproof boots with a fur lining that is visible from the outside.
Shoes with a thin high tapering heel.
Shoes made of a leather with a napped surface.
This is a heeled footwear with heel and sole made of one solid piece (wedge) of material
Updated on November 3, 2022 by Sarina Tariq