The component parts of a shoe are four: the bottom (fund), external upper, inner lining of the upper and lining and insole (or foot). The fund is the part that goes to impact with the ground on which we walk and is usually rubber, leather or plastic. The external upper is instead the part of the shoe around the foot and is the real shoe shape and own. The internal coating (or lining of the shoe), is the material that covers the inside of the shoe and is in direct contact with the foot. Finally, the insole is planar or rather that part of the shoe which rests directly on the foot
The label on the shoes, or pictogram, contains the signs of the shoe materials. These can be leather, coated leather, textile or technical materials
CUSHIONING AND ANTI-SHOCK
The bottom of this shoe features heel, in the insole or in the foothills, a special technical device that cushions the shock of foot while walking. Altogether we will have a relaxing walk on the back and more stability.
The bottom of this shoe is made with materials that exhibit, among other features, the advantage to isolate the foot from the ground temperature. A condition total athermal which will bring benefits both in the high summer temperatures in the winter cold, keeping the foot as much as possible to its natural temperature.
LIGHT AND COMFORTABLE
The shoe is lighter in overall average. A careful study in the manufacture of the materials allows for performance in everyday use less tiring and more comfortable.
The sole of this shoe has high flexibility criteria. The materials making up allow a flexibility that brings benefit to the wearer. It will be less tiring and more pleasant to walk on any occasion