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Question 1: Shoes have traditionally been made from leather, wood or ________, but are increasingly made from rubber, plastics, and other petrochemical-derived materials.
CanvasCambricTextileWeaving

Question 2: ________ shoes: have a more flexible sole than the running shoe, lighter in weight than the hiking boot, may have air holes, may not be water proof.
Gait (human)BipedalismTerrestrial locomotionWalking

Question 3: The UK and American units are approximately one-quarter of an ________, starting at 8ΒΌ inches.
Foot (length)YardUnited States customary unitsInch

Question 4: Dress shoes have ________ outsoles; casual or work-oriented shoes have outsoles made of natural rubber or a synthetic imitation.
Leather skirtWoolLeatherButton

Question 5: ________ shoes or boots: usually have a high somewhat stiff upper with many lace eyelets, to provide ankle support on uneven terrain, with extra large traction on the sole.
Backpacking (wilderness)MountaineeringHikingCamping

Question 6: ________ may be shoes with heels 2 inches (5 cm) or higher.
Cowboy bootBeatle bootsHigh-heeled footwearMule (footwear)

Question 7: First worn in the ________, they continued in use even into the early 20th century.
Early Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 8: In the simplest cases, such as sandals or ________, this may be nothing more than a few straps for holding the sole in place.
Pump (shoe)ShoeSlipperFlip-flops

Question 9: Men's and women's ________ and special function shoes often have less difference between the sexes than in dress shoes.
Pump (shoe)BootAthletic shoeSandal

Question 10: [1] However, tanned ________, the material most commonly used for making shoes, does not normally last for thousands of years, so shoes were probably in use long before this.
Leather skirtButtonWoolLeather
















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