An oxford-style shoe with contrasting coloured leather section across the instep.
An open toe and open back shoe with leather or fabric straps across the foot.
A structured handbag with a flat, wide bottom, double handles, and zipper or clasp closure.
Measurement of the shaft of the boot, which is from the top of the boot to the inside seam where the instep and the sole meet.
A metal strip extending from the heel to the ball of the foot to strengthen shoe and add support.
Sheepskin or lambskin with the wool still in place, often used as a lining material for shoes and boots.
A curved metal or synthetic tool used to help slide the foot into a shoe.
The difference between half sizes and full sizes is one-sixth of an inch, while the difference between full sizes is one-third of an inch.
Leather made from the side of cattle hide.
A slippery material used to waterproof shoes.
A step-in shoe, totally backless with an open or closed toe.
An open back shoe with an elasticized or buckled strap going around the upper heel.
A style of footwear which is easily slipped on or off without further adjustment.
A flat, casual slip-on, usually worn indoors.
Any leather with a smooth surface.
An athletic shoe that has a soft, rubber sole.
The lining that comes in contact with the sole of the foot.
The outsole, or bottom part of a shoe.
Leather made from the lower layers of a hide that have been split away from the upper.
A heel made of leather or leawood covering that gives the appearance of wood.
A very high, slim and tapered heel.
A type of last with a straight shaped sole which is used to create a very straight shoe and prevent severe pronation.
Leather that has been sanded or buffed to create a soft, napped surface.
Man-made materials designed to look or function like leather.