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SneakerEver since Sneakers were brought to the masses in the early 1900s, they’ve been a staple of the footwear industry. Not only did these rubber-bound shoes provide a comfortable, capable means of traversal for the common citizen, but they began to take on a life of their own as a fashionable accessory that could complement, and sometimes, complete, an outfit. Soon, manufacturers realized that the Sneaker was more than a piece of everyday footwear, it was a stylish centerpiece that would define mankind’s approach toward discernable culture.
CementA shoe construction in which the upper of a shoe is cemented, rather than stitched, to the sole of the shoe. Cement construction results in a lighter, more flexible shoe.
Calf drummedAs a chrome-tanned leather, nappa drummed leather is soft and full pasty hands. The natural characteristics of the animal skin are partially visible as they have been obscured by the grain that emerged from the drumming