Card Set Information
Footwear Final Exam
A shoe held to the foot by a bar across the instep
A style of boot or ankle boot which follows the oxford style of facing with the vamp overlaying the quarters
A tongue of a lace up shoe which is stitched to the lining side of the facings as well as vamp to help prevent water from getting inside
Similar to Derby boot
Break of a last
The mechanism by which the last is shortened or changed in shape, to help the shoe to be removed after it has been made
A shoe, usually based on an oxford style with a wing cap, in which many components of the upper have been gimped and punched edge treatment
A shoe intended for casual wear. Not for a formal occasion
A method of construction in which the sole is attached with adhesive directly to the flat lasted upper
The style of ankle boot which has a deep and wide elastic gusset on one or both sides of the leg
Man's 2 or 3 eyelet lace up boot with a top line lower than an ankle boot
Wooden soled sandal or mule
A woman's shoe, essentialy with no fastening often having a plain top line. The shoe holds on to the foot by clip of the top line and stiffner around the heel
As in d'orsay court. A style of court shoe in which a top line drops down to the insole in the waist
A thin firm material that is stuck to the reverse side of a tie -shoe fastening
A shoe with the top line of the quarters higher than the ankle
An open laced shoe widespread in europe also know as a blucher
The strap of an sandal or shoe which passes around the ankle or lower end of the leg
An insole with built up area to provide support to the metayarsal arch
A smooth representation of the foot around which is made with allowances for fit and shaped to suit manufacturing processes
The back half of the shoe's upper
The connecting line between the rear edge of the vamp and the front part of the quarter
The bridge between thw heel and ball area of the shoe
The inside heel area upon which the heel sits
This is the roof of the toe end of the shoe. Keeps the shape of the toe in tact and provides room for the toe.
What is the counter point and how do you find it?
The point in which the top line meets the quarter
A stiff piece of material placed at the heel of a shoe between the lining and upper in order to retain the shape of the shoe.
What are the 7 basic shoe styles?
Pump, Mule, Sandal, Boot, Oxford, Sandal, Clog
What are the 5 functional properties of an outsole?
Esthetics, Fashion, Support, Traction, Durability
it is the hidden shoe's vital structural anchor that holds the shoe together
The intersection of the quarter in front of the throat line.
A shoe with the top line higher than the quarters
A strip of fabric or synthetic material or leather used to cover the edge of the upper component.
The way a shoe is assembled, involving lasting and sole attaching.