• Save
Parts of a Shoe
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Parts of a Shoe

on

  • 48,284 views

A Learning Presentation from http://www.Indezine.com

A Learning Presentation from http://www.Indezine.com

Download more presentations here -- http://www.indezine.com/bank/

Statistics

Views

Total Views
48,284
Views on SlideShare
48,130
Embed Views
154

Actions

Likes
4
Downloads
123
Comments
1

3 Embeds 154

http://www.slideshare.net 126
http://lms.engineer.mju.ac.th 23
http://translate.googleusercontent.com 5

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Parts of a Shoe Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Parts of a Shoe A Learning Presentation from Indezine.com
  • 2. Parts of a Shoe
    • Click any of the caption boxes for a more detailed description.
    Quarter Counter Heel Welt Cuff Tongue Sole Eyelet Lace
  • 3. Sole
    • The sole is the bottom part of the shoe, also referred to as the "outsole". This is the part that comes in direct contact with the ground.
    Sole
  • 4. Heel
    • The heel is the outer part of the shoe that is placed under the rear of the shoe. Shoe heels come in a wide variety of styles, shapes and heights.
    Heel
  • 5. Welt
    • A welt is a strip of leather, rubber, or plastic that is stitched to the upper sole of a shoe, as an attach-point for the sole.
    Welt
  • 6. Counter
    • The counter of a shoe sits behind the heel, and is used to stiffen the back part of the shoe, and to give it structure.
    Counter
  • 7. Cuff
    • The various band like or folded parts of a shoe.
    Cuff
  • 8. Tongue
    • The tongue is a strip that runs up the top-center of the shoe and sits on the top part of the foot. The purpose of a shoe tongue is to protect the top of the foot.
    Tongue
  • 9. Quarter
    • The quarter is part of a shoe's upper, that covers the sides and the back of the foot. In some shoe styles, the quarter is a separate piece that is sewn to the vamp of a shoe.
    Quarter
  • 10. Lace
    • Laces are inserted through the eyelets of a shoe, and used to bring the sides of the shoe together.
    Lace
  • 11. Eyelet
    • The eyelet is the smooth circular hole through which laces are thread through. Eyelets can be made of metal or plastic, and are used to cover the edges of holes made in shoes or clothing.
    Eyelet
  • 12. Parts of a Shoe Heel Welt Lace Sole Tongue Quarter Vamp Eyelet
  • 13. Quarter
    • The quarter is part of a shoe's upper, that covers the sides and the back of the foot. In some shoe styles, the quarter is a separate piece that is sewn to the vamp of a shoe.
    Quarter
  • 14. Sole
    • The sole is the bottom part of the shoe, also referred to as the "outsole". This is the part that comes in direct contact with the ground.
    Sole
  • 15. Vamp
    • The vamp is a part of the shoe that can cover the top part of the foot.
    Vamp
  • 16. Heel
    • The heel is the outer part of the shoe that is placed under the rear of the shoe. Shoe heels come in a wide variety of styles, shapes and heights.
    Heel
  • 17. Welt
    • A welt is a strip of leather, rubber, or plastic that is stitched to the upper sole of a shoe, as an attach-point for the sole.
    Welt
  • 18. Tongue
    • The tongue is a strip that runs up the top-center of the shoe and sits on the top part of the foot. The purpose of a shoe tongue is to protect the top of the foot.
    Tongue
  • 19. Lace
    • Laces are inserted through the eyelets of a shoe, and used to bring the sides of the shoe together.
    Lace
  • 20. Eyelet
    • The eyelet is the smooth circular hole through which laces are thread through. Eyelets can be made of metal or plastic, and are used to cover the edges of holes made in shoes or clothing.
    Eyelet
  • 21. Parts of a Shoe Tongue Lace Heel Vamp Counter Toe Sole Eyelet
  • 22. Sole
    • The sole is the bottom part of the shoe, also referred to as the "outsole" of the shoe. This is the part that comes in direct contact with the ground.
    Sole
  • 23. Eyelet
    • The eyelet is the smooth circular hole through which laces are thread through. Eyelets can be made of metal or plastic, and are used to cover the edges of holes made in shoes or clothing.
    Eyelet
  • 24. Lace
    • Laces are inserted through the eyelets of a shoe, and used to bring the sides of the shoe together.
    Lace
  • 25. Tongue
    • The tongue is a strip that runs up the top-center of the shoe and sits on the top part of the foot. The purpose of a shoe tongue is to protect the top of the foot.
    Tongue
  • 26. Counter
    • The counter of a shoe sits behind the heel, and is used to stiffen the back part of the shoe, and to give it structure.
    Counter
  • 27. Heel
    • The heel is the outer part of the shoe that is placed under the rear of the shoe. Shoe heels come in a wide variety of styles, shapes and heights.
    Heel
  • 28. Vamp
    • The vamp is a part of the shoe that can cover the top part of the foot.
    Vamp
  • 29. Toe
    • The toe is the part of a shoe that covers and protects your toes. Toe should be wide enough and long enough to accommodate the toes comfortably.
    Toe
  • 30. Parts of a Shoe Lace Vamp Counter Footbed Eyelet Tongue
  • 31. Eyelet
    • The eyelet is the smooth circular hole through which laces are thread through. Eyelets can be made of metal or plastic, and are used to cover the edges of holes made in shoes or clothing.
    Eyelet
  • 32. Tongue
    • The tongue is a strip that runs up the top-center of the shoe and sits on the top part of the foot. The purpose of a shoe tongue is to protect the top of the foot.
    Tongue
  • 33. Footbed
    • The footbed is the inside part of the shoe that runs under the bottom of the foot. A footbed is also sometimes referred to as the insole, inner sole or innersole.
    Footbed
  • 34. Vamp
    • The vamp is a part of the shoe that can cover the top part of the foot.
    Vamp
  • 35. Lace
    • Laces are inserted through the eyelets of a shoe, and used to bring the sides of the shoe together.
    Lace
  • 36. Counter
    • The counter of a shoe sits behind the heel, and is used to stiffen the back part of the shoe, and to give it structure.
    Counter
  • 37. Thank You Copyright Indezine.com http:// www.indezine.com More presentations at: http:// www.indezine.com /bank/ Free PowerPoint Templates http:// www.indezine.com/powerpoint/templates/freetemplates.html