Here are some of my favorite shoe related links.
The Reebok web site has information on their products and company information. Reebok produces athletic clothing
and shoes of different styles. The company was officially started in 1958. The name Reebok came from an African Gazelle,
known for their speed and agility.
This site has pictures of an amazing Reebok shoe car. The car is a two seater and is fully drivable and looks like
a Reebok shoe.
Reebok shoe car
Adidas has a running shoe that has a computer microchip that analyzes a runner's step and makes cushioning adjustments
in the heel of the shoe. And Nike has a shoe that weighs 4.8 ounces and is made to last 62 miles
High tech shoes
This site features a shoe that has a generator built into the heel, every step provides power that can be used to
power cell phones, laptops, flashlights and other electrical devices. The applications are endless, the military is looking
into it for soldiers, to use to power various electrical devices while in the field.
The Bata shoe museum has over 10,000 shoes of all different types from all different cultures, with some dating
back to over 2000 years ago. There are shoes from famous rock stars, actors and athletes as well as historic and religious
Bata shoe Museum
This website allows you to look at all the products Nike sells, it also has a feature that allows you to customize your
Garmont makes some of the worlds best outdoor shoes and ski boots, designed in Italy they are known for their style and durability.
The company has been making shoes for over 140 years.
Aldo founded by Aldo Bensadoun in 1972, has been very successful, specializing in high quality fashion footwear
for both men and women, focusing on quality and cutting-edge trends at affordable prices.
The High Heel Shoe Museum features beautiful exotic high heel shoes from around
the world. The museum has links to go online shopping for high heel shoes at fine shoe stores. There are hundreds of shoes
displayed on this site.
High heel museum