Dec. 15, 2012
-- In this day and age, convenience is the main goal that people today most pursue. Actually it’s easily find that the majority of the convenient invention has been created by the lazy people. So that we can say the lazy change the world. As a result, different kinds of things are labeled with convenient or lazy, such as convenient store, lazy shoes.
When it comes to the canvas shoes for boys, girls
we all first think of its various tying methods. Stylish as it is, it still takes you a much longer time to complete it. You will eventually be fed up with it as time passes. Consequently, slip-ons, hook&loop shoes are naturally come to public’s sight. This kind of shoes shoes is much more practical and functional, even the point is that they can be easliy taken on and taken off. Slip on shoes
first known by the public may date from the time when Nils Gregoriusson Tveranger (1874-1953) in Aurland, Norway, introduced his first design around 1908. Around 1930 Tveranger introduced a new design called the "Aurland moccasin", later renamed the "Aurland shoe", whose design resembles the moccasins used by the Iroquois as well as the design of moccasin-like shoes traditional worn by locals in Aurland. Later it was changed to slip-ons today by Americans when it spread to North America. Therefore, in American culture slip-ons are typically low, lace-less shoes. The style most commonly seen, known as a loafer or slippers.
While the Hook&Loop custom shoes
) means that the shoes with the Hook&Loop, a fastening consisting of two strips of nylon fabric, one having tiny hooked threads and the other a coarse surface, that form a strong bond when pressed together. There’s a noted brand called Velcro that is almost the pronoun of the Hook&Loop. When it is applied on the custom shoes, it can save much time from lacing shoes.
Precisely, Shoemycolor Studio recently release one new line of the two kinds of custom painted shoes, the matching slip ons and the lovely hook&loop
). Desides, you don't have to worry about the shipping charge, because it’s free now.