"A lot of the families are just grateful for the little help even if every kid they have can't find a pair of shoes it helps out to maybe find at least one, or two pairs of shoes," said Shoes for School Founder, Terri Thornton. Around 100 kids found the perfect pair of shoes to start their first day off on the right foot. Most Popular StoriesMost Popular Stories More>> A small twin-engine plane crashed this afternoon in Conway, South Carolina... killing the pilot and both passengers A small twin-engine plane crashed this afternoon in Conway, South Carolina...
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Looking to "reimagine the way we engineer cushioning," Adidas partnered with the chemical firm BASF in 2009 to develop the Boost material. One big difference from traditional running-shoe foam, Brewer said, is in how Boost is made. Solid granular thermoplastic polyurethane is "blown up" through high-pressure steam and "turned into thousands of small energy-storing capsules," Brewer said. The resulting cell structure is the key to the foam's energy release. The foam is also more temperature-resistant, so it won't stiffen up in the cold. The Boost shoes also last longer, Brewer said.
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Those with leather soles are perfect for semi-formal or formal occasions. Most dress shoes of this capacity will be slip-on or possibly lace up. Oxford Shoe - Worn with:Chinos, Khakis, Corduroy Pants, & dressier 5-pocket pants The Oxford type shoe is not dressy enough for a formal affair, yet not casual enough for jeans and a t-shirt. This type of shoe is normally made of suede or leather and will have laces or even buckles, depending on the style.
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It may seem like a stretch that a pair of shoes could change someones life, but Manny Ohonme believes its possible, because it happened to him. I grew up in Nigeria. I got my first pair of shoes from a missionary when I was 9 years old and it inspired me to dream that I could be anything that I want to be, said Ohonme, the founder and CEO Samaritans Feet. That moment led him to try and put shoes on the feet of 10 million children in 10 years, children like Carlos Sanders. They are very, very ,very great, the 10-year-old from Frayser said about his new shoes. We give them new socks, new shoes and backpacks, full of back to school supplies, said Jeremy Park, president of Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club.