The Recreation Shoe fits the curves of your foot in a unique, comfortable way. Its low top shape is ideal for jogging, exercising, and simply kicking about. The breathable design is made possible by the soft knit top and neoprene bootie. The stretch-fit elastic band is secured with a Velcro strap fastening, allowing you to alter the fit for optimal comfort. The rear pull-tabs enable for simple access while maintaining the shoe's vintage appearance and feel. If you need more support, the lightweight EVA outsole features rubber pods that provide traction, cushioning, and abrasion resistance. Recreational shoes in white/white, black/black, black/white, brown/white, navy blue/black, and red/red are offered in sizes ranging from 35 to 47. Style code 15600, Style code 15601, Style code 15602, Style code 15603, Style code 15604, and Style code 23401 are the codes. Those are manufactured in India. Before entering a house, people from diverse cultures remove their shoes. Bare feet are typically considered as a symbol of humility and respect, and many religious enthusiasts pray or weep while barefoot. Some religious organisations require people to remove their shoes before entering holy locations such as temples. In many cultures, people remove their shoes as a sign of respect for someone of higher status. In a similar vein, forcing people to go barefoot while staying shod oneself has been used to clearly demonstrate and convey superiority in a power discrepancy scenario. Shoemakers, cobblers, and cordwainers are individuals who work in the shoemaking industry.