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  1. Shoe sizes began with barleycorn.
  2. Dorothy’s iconic ruby red slippers from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ was the most expensive shoes ever sold for $660,000.
  3. In 1947, Salvatore Ferragamo designed an upper made of one continuous thread, a transparent strand of nylon with a wedge or F-shaped heel. With this shoe, Ferragamo won the Neiman Marcus Award, the Oscar of Fashion.
  4. In the 1670s, Louis XIV of France issued an edict that only members of his court were allowed to wear red heels.
  5. At the end of 2012 there were 29,360 shoe stores employed 188,866 workers in the U.S., of which Payless ShoeSource had about 4,470 stores, Foot Locker had approximate 4,000 stores and The Brown Shoe Company had around 1,600 stores.
  6. American people spent around $20 billion on shoes annually, of which Foot Locker gets about $4.8 billion, approximate $3.3 billion went to Payless ShoeSource, and around $2.27 billion was for The Brown Shoe Company.
  7. Footwear industry has an annual revenue of $48 billion worldwide.
  8. A diabetic shoe that comes in a wide width is more likely to provide a roomy fit.
  9. Today, around 20 % of total shoes is for men’s athletic shoes, 17% for women’s casual shoes, 13 % for women’s dress shoes, 10 % for women’s athletic shoes, 9 % for men’s casual shoes, 6 % for men’s dress shoes, and the rest (about 25%) is for other styles of shoes.
  10. Ruby slippers from House of Harry Winston is the most expensive shoes: $3,000,000
  11. The most ever spent on a pair of shoes was at auction $665,000 for Judy Garland's ruby red slippers from the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz".
  12. There are 2144 different styles of shoes
  13. On average, men own 15 pairs of shoes.
  14. On average, men wear size-9 shoes while women wear size-7 shoes
  15. On average, women own 27 pairs of shoes, and purchase 4 pairs of shoes a year.
  16. The average American woman has at least 19 pairs of shoes in their closet..
  17. 43% of women has been injured by their shoes.
  18. 33% women's shoes are black and 4% are red.
  19. On average, American women own 19 pairs of shoes although they only wear four pairs regularly, and 15 percent of women has over 30 pairs of shoes.
  20. On average, American women bought 469 pairs of shoes in her lifetime and paid $25,000 on those pairs of shoes.
  21. Former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos owned 2,700 pairs of shoes.
  22. Brahim Takioullah, a Morocco man born 26 January 1982, has world's biggest feet; he wears a pair of European size-58 shoes. He is also the second tallest man alive at 8'1''.
  23. Marikina city, located in the island of Luzon in the Philippines, owns the distinction of having crafted the world’s largest pair of shoes, each measuring 5.5 meters long, 2.25 meters wide and 1.83 meters high. The heel alone measures 41 centimeters or 16 inches.
  24. In Ohio, women are prohibited from wearing patent leather shoes in public.
  25. In North Dakota, it is illegal to lie down and fall asleep with your shoes on.
  26. It is illegal to walk down a street in Maine with your shoelaces untied.
  27. In China one of the bride’s red shoes is tossed from the roof to ensure happiness for the bridal couple.
  28. The Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, Canada, is the only shoe museum in North America.
  29. The average person walks 2,000 miles a year.
  30. The first lady’s boot was designed for Queen Victoria in 1840.
  31. The first shoe making machine was introduced in 1846.
  32. Shoes were discovered in various parts of the work that date back from 3500 BC to 8000 BC.
  33. 90% of European shoe sizes don't come in multiple widths.
  34. In Europe it wasn't until the eighteenth century that women's shoes were different from men's.
  35. Shoes all over the world were identical until the nineteenth century, when left- and right-footed shoes were first made in Philadelphia.
  36. In Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries heels on shoes were always colored red.
  37. The first fashion of shoes was introduced in England in 1633.
  38. Sneakers, which were originally called keds, were first made in America in 1916.
  39. Sandals originated in warm climates where the soles of the feet needed protection but the top of the foot needed to be cool.
  40. Boots were first worn in cold, mountainous regions and hot, sandy deserts where horse-riding communities lived.

News, Outlook & Tips
  1. The History of Shoes.
  2. Secret Soles Help You Hide Stuff in Your Shoes.
  3. The History of Footwear.
  4. The Most Common Shoe-Buying Mistakes (Plus How to Avoid Them).
  5. Why Did Men Stop Wearing High Heels?.
  6. The Surprising Explanation Behind Your Shoe Addiction.
  7. 100 Shoes Facts.
  8. Most Women Own 19 Pairs of Shoes -- Some Secretly.
  9. 108 Bizarre Shoes & Funny Shoes.
  10. 9 Fun Facts About Shoes and Feet.
  11. 10 Facts About the History of Shoes.
  12. 10 Weird and Painful Facts About Shoes.
  13. Interesting and Fun Shoes Facts.
  14. The Double Agent Shoe.
  15. $40,000 Worth of Manolos, Choos and Dior... Carrie Bradshaw's Hoard of Heels Illustrated One-by-One in Incredible Work of Art
  16. The Shoe Genius of Early 1970s Earth Shoes
  17. A Footwear Encyclopedia.
  18. Timeline of Shoes - 2
  19. Clothing and Footwear Industry.
  20. Statistics on Footwear.
  21. Footwear Industry Statistics.
  22. Shoe & Footwear Manufacturing in the US: Market Research Report.
  23. ISO standards for Footwear.
  24. Dangerous Elegance - A History of High-Heeled Shoes.
  25. 11 Facts About Shoes That Will Knock Your Socks Off.
  26. 13 Truly Bizarre Facts You Never Knew About Shoes.
  27. Going Under the Knife for the Perfect Pair of Heels.
  28. A Brief History of: Velcro.
  29. The World's Oldest Shoes.
  30. The Functional Side of Cowboy Boots
  31. What to Look for in Snow Boots
  32. History of Ice Skates
  33. History of Tennis Shoes
  34. History of Sneakers - 2 - 3
  35. 1892: First Sneakers
  36. 2002: A Sneaker Odyssey
  37. Interesting Facts About Sneakers – A Short History
  38. 50 Sneaker Facts You Didn't Know
  39. A Brief History of Classic Sneakers Re-invented as Performance Shoes.
  40. A History of the Zipper from Novelty to Ubiquity.
  41. Judy Garland'World's Oldest Leather Shoe Found—Stunningly Preserved.
  42. First Direct Evidence of Chalcolithic Footwear from the Near Eastern Highlands.
  43. This Shoe Had Prada Beat by 5,500 Years.
  44. Bones Reveal First Shoe-Wearers.
  45. Anatomical Evidence for the Antiquity of Human Footwear: Tianyuan and Sunghir.
  46. Shoes: Their History in Words and Pictures.
  47. History of Shoemaking in Britain.
  48. Footwear Manufacture.
  49. Global Footwear Manufacturing Industry Market Research Report.
  50. Ground-breaking Technology Brings World's First Biodegradable Midsole to Runners.
  51. Sneakerheads Love to Show Off Shoes.
  52. Czech ‘Sneakerheads’ Flaunt Their Best Trainers.
  53. Bush Shoe-ing Worst Arab Insult.
  54. Next Big Step in Team Spirit: Flip-flops.
  55. Flip-flop Diplomacy With the Dalai Lama.
  56. Is Less More?
  57. Vibram FiveFingers Named A "Best Invention of 2007" By Time Magazine
  58. Wiggling Their Toes at the Shoe Giants
  59. An African Icon: The Bata Safari Boots
  60. Bata Shoe Tip: Wet Shoes
  61. How-to-Measure Footwear for Men and Women
  62. Diabetes Footwear: Tips for Buying Shoes
  63. Shoe Width Explained
  64. Shoe Widths 101
  65. Wide Shoes Guide
  66. Find Shoes That Fit Your Foot
  67. Shoe Sizing and Fit
  68. What Does Shoe Width E, EE, D, and DD Mean?
  69. What's the Difference between the Medium and Wide Width?
  70. How to Find Your Shoe Size?
  71. Diabetes Footwear: Tips for Buying Shoes
  72. Boot Width Guide: How to Buy the Right Size Boots
  73. 10 Interesting Facts About High Heeled Shoes
  74. Women's High Heels - Fun Tips and Facts
  75. Facts and Tips About Shoes and Foot Problems
  76. Shoe Care Facts & Tips
  77. Facts about Shoes General Tips about Shoe Features/Selection
  78. 6 Tips for Buying Shoes When You Have Wide Feet
  79. The 7 Biggest Myths About Running Shoes
  80. 8 Things You Didn't Know About Skate Shoes
  81. 10 Tips for a Good Shoe Fit!
  82. 10 Tips for Choosing Athletic Shoes
  83. 10 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Feet
  84. 10 Smart Shoe Shopping Tips for the Ladies
  85. 10 Odd Facts About Pointe Shoes
  86. Make Shoes Last Longer: 11 Genius Tips
  87. 17 Fun Foot and Shoe Facts you Should Know
  88. 25 Shoe Hacks, Tips, And Tricks To Get Rid Of Stains & More
  89. 11 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy Running Shoes
  90. How to Buy Running Shoes: Tips to Treat Your Feet Right
  91. How to Select the Right Athletic Shoes
  92. Scientific Facts Behind the Running Shoe
  93. Back-to-School Shoe Shopping Tips
  94. Quick Tips to Choose the Perfect Running Shoes
  95. Men's Big Feet & Women's Big Feet: Tips For Finding Shoes
  96. Cold Facts about Cold Shoes
  97. Facts on Foot Strike
  98. How To Store Shoes, Boots, & Sneakers
  99. Shoes - Fitting Tips
  100. Tennis Shoes-Facts and Buying Tips


Shoe Sizes
Women's
Europe 35.5 36 37 37.5 38 38.5 39 39.5 40.5 41 41.5 42
USA 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 11
UK 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 9
Men's
Europe 39 39.5 40 41 41.5 42 43 43.5 44 44.5 45 45.5 46 47.5 49 50
USA 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 13 14 15
UK 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 12 13 14

Women's Width Sizing Chart
US Women's Size Narrow
or AA
Average
or B
Wide
or C/D
Extra-wide
or E
5 2 1316" 3 316" 3 916" 3 1516"
5.5 2 78" 3 14" 358" 4"
6 2 1516" 3 516" 3 1116" 4 116"
6.5 3" 3 38" 3 34" 4 18"
7 3 116" 3 716" 3 1316" 4 316"
7.5 3 18" 3 12" 3 78" 4 14"
8 3 316" 3 916" 3 1516" 4 516"
8.5 3 14" 3 58" 4" 4 38"
9 3 38" 3 1116" 4 116" 4 716"
9.5 3 38" 3 34" 4 18" 4 12"
10 3 716" 3 34" 4 316" 4 916"
10.5 3 12" 3 78" 4 14" 4 58"
11 3 916" 3 1516" 4 516" 4 1116"
12 3 1116" 4 116" 4 716" 4 1316"

Men's Width Sizing Chart
US Men's
Size
Narrow
or C
Average
or D
Wide
or E
6 3 516" 3 12" 3 1116"
6.5 3 516" 3 58" 3 34"
7 3 38" 3 58" 3 34"
7.5 3 38" 3 1116" 3 1516"
8 3 12" 3 34" 3 1516"
8.5 3 58" 3 34" 4"
9 3 58" 3 1516" 4 18"
9.5 3 1116" 3 1516" 4 18"
10 3 34" 4" 4 316"
10.5 3 34" 4 18" 4 516"
11 3 1516" 4 18" 4 516"
11.5 3 1516" 4 316" 4 38"
12 4" 4 516" 4 38"
12.5 4 18" 4 516" 4 12"
13 4 18" 4 516" 4 58"
13.5 4 316" 4 38" 4 34"

Footwear - Brand Names

Adidas
Aerosoles
Aldo Shoes
Amiana
B-Quem
B.A. Mason
Base London
Bass
Bata Shoe
Bates Footwear
Beautifeel
Beverly Feldman
Birkenstock
Body Glove Footwear
Born Shoes
Bright Feet
Bruno Magli
C1rca
Callous
Calzaturificio Parenti
Camper
Casanova Collection
Caterpillar Footwear
Cesare Paciotti
Charles David
Chinese Laundry
Clarks - USA
Clone
Cole Haan
Crocs
Cydwoq
Dada Footwear
Dexter Shoe
Dickies Footwear
Dr. Scholl's
Earth Shoes
Eastland Shoe
Ecco
Eduard Meier
Emma Hope
Essaar P.U. Soles
Foot-So-Port
Fila
G.H. Bass
Gardenia Shoe
Giraudon New York
Gotham Shoes
Guma Shoes
Gurkee's
Havaianas
Havana Joe
Heelys
Henry Béguelin
Hummer Footwear
Hush Puppies
Icon Shoes
James Clinton
Jimmy Choo
John Fluevog
John Lobb
Johnston & Murphy
Kenneth Cole
Kraus
Kumfs Naturally
La Vague
LaCrosse Outdoors
Lehigh Safety
Libra Shoes
Life Stride
Linds Shoe
Mephisto
Nativearth
New Rock
Nike
NM 70
Nouchka
Novacas
NXT Bowler
NYLA Shoes
Office London
Padders
Paolo Shoes
Propet Global
Red Wing Shoe
Reef
Rockport
Royal Elastics
SAS Shoemakers
Sebago
Sergio Rossi
Sha Sha Fine Shoes
Sidi
Skechers
Stefano Bemer
Stride Rite
Stubbs & Wootton
Timberland
Todd Welsh
TOMS Shoes
Trippen
TUK Shoes
Uggs Australia
Via Spiga
Warmbat Australia
Wicked Road Warrior
Wolky
Worn Again
Zivas

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