explain the role and status for macnine shoes.no

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psjenkins | Elementary School Teacher | (Level 1) Honors

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Sorry about the grammatical and spelling mistakes in the first response.

I'm thinking that you are referring to shoes made by machine as opposed to shoes made by hand.

Status of Machine Shoes

Shoes have been industrialized from crafting techniques to using rubber, plastic, synthetic materials and industrial adhesives. Soles, originaly hand stitched with leather, are still made of leather in expensive shoes. However, soles are now also synthetic and attached with machinery or glued onto shoes.

Role of Machine Shoes

Most shoes have replaceable insoles. Insoles are place in shoes for comfort, sweat absorbency, smell control and shape. Some shoes have extra insoles for certain disabilities. The heel of the sole is rubber for traction. The front of the sole is for style. The sole can have cleats embedded for traction in football or can be hard for dancing. The outsole comes in direct contact with the ground. Dress shoes have a leather sole, since they are worn occasionally. But casual and athletic shoes have an outsole that is rubber or synthetic imitation. Between the outsole and insole is a layer for shock absorbency. Also, an extra layer beneath the heel is used for shock absorbency in exercise shoes. (Since the heel is where pressure is exerted during sports and exercise). Any shoe has a top part to hold the shoe on the foot.

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psjenkins | Elementary School Teacher | (Level 1) Honors

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I'm thinking that you are referring to shoes made by machine as oppossed to shoes made by hand.

Status of Machine Shoes

Shoes have been industrialized from crafting techniques to using rubber, plastic, synthetic materials and industrial adhesives. Soles, originaly hand stitched with leather, are still made of leather in expensive shoes. However, soles are now also synthetic and attached with machinery are glued onto shoes.

Role of Machine Shoes

Most shoes have replaceable insoles. Insoles are place in shoes for comfort, sweat absorbancy, smell control and shape. Some shoes have extra insoles for certain disabilities. The heel of the sole is rubber for traction. The front of the sole is for style. The sole can have cleats inbedded for traction in football or can be hard for dancing. The outsole comes in direct contact with the ground. Dress shoes have a leather sole, since they are worn occasionally. But casual and athletic shoes have an outsole that is rubber or synthetic imitation. Between the outsole and insole is a layer for shock absorbancy. Also, an extra layer beneath the heel is used for shock aborbancy in exercise shoes. (Since the heel is where pressure is exerted during sports and exercise). Any shoe has a top part to hold the shoe on the foot.

 

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