Leather Shoes Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a pair of brown leather shoes. The shoes are tied with shoelaces.

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marine5153
Oct 5, 2015
I grew up in "The Shoe City", Brockton, MA. Both parents worked in shoe factories; big, very old, wooden buildings with lots of windows that they kept open all summer. Those machines put off a lot of heat. The whole neighborhood could hear those machines, but they provided a decent salary back in the 40s and 50s.
JAMP124
Sep 13, 2017
Every few years we would go to the Walk-Over factory outlet in Brockton to buy a new shoes for my mother and father --- from Quincy.
JAMP124
Aug 27, 2016
Well shod!
nlbuchanan
Oct 4, 2015
That looks like a shoe that will last a lifetime, not like the "box store"s plastic "guaranteed to fall apart before the season is over" shoes.

God bless you all and may you always be "well heeled".
trynfindit
Oct 4, 2015
Hi nlb. Do you know where that expression, "well heeled", comes from?
nlbuchanan
Oct 5, 2015
I did not know so I looked it up.According to Wikipedia:

"From cock-fighting sense, a well-heeled cock was provided with sharp spurs and could inflict maximum damage. Then it came along in American frontier slang to mean that one was well-equipped. In the modern sense, however, it means being armed with the most powerful weapon: money." So now we both know!
trynfindit
Oct 6, 2015
I couldn't remember the approximate dates of the origin of "well heeled" so I also looked on the internet. I was totally appalled at many of the entries. I did, however, finally find pretty much what I was looking for.

"It was Catherine de Medici that really brought the high-heeled shoe to its current stature. The 14-year-old fiance of the Duke of Orleans was less than five feet tall and not as attractive as the Duke's mistress. She wore two inch heels to give her a more towering appearance and sway to her walk. Mary Tudor was also known for her high heels. By 1580 high heels were popular for men and women with authority or wealth. They were considered "well heeled." The height of the heel was directly in proportion to how wealthy the wearer.
nlbuchanan
Oct 7, 2015
There were so many references, I just latched on to Wikipedia and stopped there.
cindyj28
Oct 4, 2015
Not the most colorful picture in the world.
nlbuchanan
Oct 4, 2015
No, but some nice textures to match up.
cindyj28
Oct 5, 2015
You got that one right.....
KarenBuglet
Oct 4, 2015
Well, here's the men's shoes people were asking about the last time we had a pair of women's shoes.
pixipixil
Oct 4, 2015
Nice puzzle until the shadows. I like close ups. I have only seen hiking shoes with those kinds of lacings at the top.
Wishing you all happy feet and comfortable shoes.
micki
Oct 4, 2015
Amen to all you said!!
jas6415
Oct 4, 2015
Tough one I have a pair of shoes like these same color laces and everything
aussiesapphire
Oct 4, 2015
No comments???? First time that has happened! Is everyone sleeping?
JamieT
Oct 4, 2015
I'm glad that I'm not the only person commenting - on the other puzzle for today, I was the only person commenting and it's 2:30 Central Time on Sunday (Kansas City, Chicago, Dallas).
Coravee
Oct 4, 2015
I think no one is inspired by this pic. I almost didn't do it, but am procrastinating about cutting up apples for applesauce. I better get busy then reward myself with one of the beautiful scenery or animal puzzles.
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