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Fashional Wearproof Logging Shoes for Men PU Foam Athletic insole Lightweight on Bright Running Snea
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Last updated: 2018-03-04 17:20
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Fashional wearproof logging shoes for men pu foam athletic insole lightweight on bright running sneakers/shoes 

1. Products Introduction of the light weight running shoes

A soft, lightweight texture

Wearing a walk in the clouds as if

Fresh and simple in lazy design let you know I want to get!

2. Products Specification

Place of Original

Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)

Brand/Logo

OEM

Design

OEM

Style

Lace-up

Art Number

BDH-SEO 5

Gender

Mens round toe sneakers

Color

Black, White

MOQ

800 pairs for each color, 2 or 3 colors per style

Material

Upper: Stretch Fabric, PU
Lining: Cloth
Insole: Cloth
Outsole: Rubber

Toe Type

Round Toe

Size Range

41-45 (EU SIZE)

Packing

Color box, 12 pairs per carton

Season

Spring and Summer

Occasion

Casual, Sport

Characteristics

360°CIRCULATING AIR
High-density stretch fabric wrapped
mesh evenly distributed
Non-slip
Shock absorption
Breathable
Wear-resistant
Easily adjustable bickle
Air inside
Elastic fabric
Smooth PU

3. Products Feature and Application

● 360°CIRCULATING AIR

● High-density stretch fabric wrapped

● Breathable

● Wear-resistant

● Elastic fabric

4. Products Package

Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below

5. Production, Shipment and Delivery

6. Our Service

Maximum reply time: 24 hours

7. Our Factory Advantages:

- Flexible for small orders to big orders with competitive price.

- Strict on delivery date without any delaying for the past few years.

- Prompt reply no matter on night or weekend.

- Many current customers was recommend by our customers as for the good service, quality and competitive price we offered.

8. FAQ

1. Q: Are you a factory or a trading company

A: We are a factory with OEM service, and we also have many cooperated factories

4. Q: Can you develop for us?

4. A: Yes, we have develop department, we can develop for you with your technology sheet or original samples.

5. Q: How many days for developing samples

A: It depends on the styles, usually 10-15days.

9. The history of running shoes from 1832 to 1962.

The running shoe (or trainer) is a relatively new invention (just over 200 years old). The resurgence in running brought about by the English in the18th century meant the development of a light weight shoe which could grip the ground. However, initial attempts at a running shoe were made from leather which unfortunately had the tendency to stretch when wet.

In 1832 the first breakthrough was made when Wait Webster patented a process whereby rubber soles could be attracted to leather shoes and boots. This led to the creation ofPlimsolls, which were widely worn by children. It wasn’t until 1852 when another Britain (Joseph William Foster – the founder of the company Boulton, now known as Reebok) had the “eureka moment” and decided to add spikes to the bottom of the plimsols and created what we now know as running spikes.

The next big development was vulcanization, which revolutionized shoe manufacturing. Vulcanization is simply the process of melting rubber and fabric together. This molten mixture was then molded to create a sole for shoes that had a tread design. This design revolution made shoes lightweight, quiet, and flexible. This led to the creation of Keds: canvas and rubber shoes in 1892 by the manufacturer Goodyear. It wasn’t until 1917 when Goodyear made the correlation and started to advertise Keds as an athletic shoe. They eventually became known as sneakers, because of the rubber sole, they could ‘sneak’ around silently’.

The father of the modern running shoe was Adolf Dassler who began making shoes in 1920. Each shoe design had a special hand forged set of running spikes and each design was made especially for a certain running distance. This was the first time designs were focused on whether the runner was a sprinter or a long-distance runner. By1936 his shoes were internationally acknowledged as the best and were worn by athletes of the calibre of Jesse Owens.

After the lean war years he continued to progress and developed the training shoe made from surplus tent canvas and rubber from fuel tanks. In 1948 he founded Addas but the company was soon to split into Addas (later known asAdidas) and Puma. To give support to the running shoe Dassler added three side strips to the shoe which first appeared in 1949.

Whilst on the other side of the world a new era of sportswear manufacturing began in 1949, whenMr. Onitsuka started Onitsuka Co. Ltd. Looking stunned at post World War II Japan with its huge numbers of homeless children he asked himself: “What can I do to give them a better future?” His love for sports led him to the right answer: That sports would be the best starting point to achieve this goal. ASICS was born.

Throughout this post war period the demand for leisure footwear grew. The fitness craze of the 30s meant sneakers became associated with sports and leisure activities. In 1936 the U.S. basketball team adopted the Converse Chucks as the official shoe. In the same year Dassler’s running shoes were worn at the Berlin Olympics. By the 1950s famous runners were supplied shoes free. At the discretion of the athlete, they either wore socks or not. This would imply the shoe was a very tight fit.

In 1962, New Balance introduced the first scientifically tested shoe and this weighed 96 grams. In1968 brush spikes were introduced and replaced the traditional four spike running shoe.

Phil Knight, a business major at the University of Oregon and a miler on the track team was unhappy with the types of running shoes that were currently available. In the early 1960′s he decided along with his coach Bill Bowerman to form a company to market a shoe that Bowerman had designed. The shoe was lightweight and comfortable in running conditions. Bowerman and Knight did the only marketing in person. The pair traveled the country to track meets selling their running shoes and becoming more and more successful and well known. The shoes were first known as Tiger Shoes and their defining characteristic was a cushion heel wedge designed by Bowerman. The company, originally called Blue Ribbon Sports, became known as Nike, named after the Greek goddess of victory.


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