Rules for the care of sports shoes
Good sports shoes will perform their functions and retain their properties only with proper care. Professional running shoes for running and other sports are usually made of synthetic materials and…

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Timberland - the birth of a legend. The story of the yellow boots
People quite often buy clothes and shoes for themselves, do it spontaneously, seduced by their appearance and cost. And only a few think - how convenient and useful the purchased…

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How to distinguish original sportswear and shoes from fakes
If you prefer to lead a sporty lifestyle or simply appreciate the maximum convenience and comfort in clothes, then in your wardrobe there will definitely be a pair of sneakers,…

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The history of sneakers: a look at sneakerblog

You probably own at least a dozen sneakers. Sneakers, sneakers, tennis shoes, moccasins, slippers, or whatever you call them – sports shoes have left their mark on our lives since their inception in the early twentieth century. Today we look back to reproduce the chronology of the origin and transformation of this iconic shoe, to see how they achieved such popularity.

Charles Goodyear made rubber-soled shoes possible in 1839 when he invented the vulcanization process. The American inventor, who first conducted the vulcanization of rubber, a process that he discovered in 1839 and patented on June 3, 1844. Continue reading

10 FACTS ABOUT SHOES. Did you know that ...?
Sneakers, or so-called sneakers, have become a necessary part of our life, and for a long time not only sports. Especially after designers and stylists around the world entered into…

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Nike Air Jordan True Blue sneakers
New air sneakers from the world famous brand of sports shoes Nike Air Jordan are very airy and loose. Designers admitted that when creating this model they were visited by…

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Trekking shoes: types, purpose, forms, choice
Trekking sneakers Trekking sneakers are designed for easy forest or mountain trails, without a backpack or with a small load. For example, a person takes a small one-day walk to…

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