The Recreation Shoe hugs the contours of your foot in a unique, relaxed manner. Its low top design is great for running, training, and just kicking around. The comfortable knit upper and neoprene bootie allows for a fully breathable design. The stretch-fit elastic band locks in with a Velcro strap closure, allowing you to adjust the fit for maximum comfort. You can slide the shoe on with ease thanks to rear pull-tabs that allow for easy access yet maintain the shoe's classic look and feel. And if you're looking for added support, the lightweight EVA outsole has rubber pods that offer traction, cushioning and protection from abrasions. White/White, Black/Black, Black/White, brown/white, navy blue/black, and red/red recreational shoes are available in sizes ranging from 35 to 47. The codes are: Style code 15600, Style code 15601, Style code 15602, Style code 15603, Style code 15604, and Style code 23401. Those are made in India. This frequently occurs in settings of captivity, such as incarceration or slavery, where the groups are clearly differentiated by, among other things, whether or not footwear is worn. People in various cultures remove their shoes before entering a house. Bare feet are often seen as a symbol of humility and respect, and many religious devotees pray or lament while barefoot. Some religious organisations compel people to remove their shoes before entering holy places such as temples. People remove their shoes as a symbol of respect for someone of greater status in many cultures. In a similar context, purposely forcing others to go barefoot while remaining shod oneself has been utilised to plainly exhibit and portray dominance in a power disparity environment. Shoemakers, cobblers, and cordwainers are those who practise the trade of shoemaking.