You may ask, ‘Why do we buy shoes?’ Well, there are many good reasons. They protect our feet from the dangers of work, home and forest. The human
foot is vulnerable to environmental hazards such as sharp rocks, broken bottles, hot ground, and falling debris. Some shoes are born to be specialist in sports like hockey skates, football shoes, and running sneakers. There is a hierarchy within some of these
special foot coverings. If they make you jump higher, run faster, or just feel more important, you know, special, they demand a higher salary. Some of their birth mothers actually gain importance by placing their name on the shoes, like Nike, New Balance,
Converse, Stuart Weitzman Diamond Dream Stilettos, and House of Harry Winston’s “Ruby Slippers”.