What started out as a humble basketball shoe has now bloomed across the world, sweeping up thousands in its casual, wear-with-anything cool. Whether you've got an old pair in the back of your closet or every limited edition preserved behind glass, surely there's a pair of Converse — or an obsessive Converse-wearer — somewhere in your past. And the Converse options are practically endless. Is your spirit animal the classic black high-top? Dare you go the glittery route, like Michelle Obama? What about neon?
My, What Big Feet You Have!
Celebrity Shoe Sizes - Stars with Big Feet
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Abnormally dark or light skin
Take a look at your shoes scattered about on the floor or stored in neat rows in your closet. If you're like most of us, there are lots of different materials, finishes, and colors. The days of every shoe being black or brown leather are gone. But how do you keep them looking good and lasting a bit longer?
The sole of a shoe, also known as the outsole, is the bottom part of the shoe that comes in direct contact with the ground. The material used to make the sole depends upon the style and purpose of the shoe. Take dancing shoes as an example. For a ballroom dancer, a shoe with a smooth leather sole is ideal because it's easier to glide and turn on the dance floor.