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Business Listing   Barry's Capezio Dance Theater Shops - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 946-3651


Business Listing   Deluxe Shoe Repair - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 922-4639


Business Listing   Gino's Shoe Repair - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 483-8989


Business Listing   Instant Shoe Repair - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (602) 494-4058


Business Listing   J Stephens Shoes - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 315-3747


Business Listing   Master Shoe & Boot Repair - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 483-0391


Business Listing   Mephisto - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 443-1689


Business Listing   NB New Balance - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 315-0404


Business Listing   Neovita Foot Comfort Centers - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 563-8664


Business Listing   Saba's Western Stores - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 947-7664


Business Listing   Scottsdale Sidewalk Surfer - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 994-1017


Business Listing   Stuart's Cleaners - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 948-8280


Business Listing   The Shoe Shop - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 860-8692


Business Listing   Tommy Bahama Scottsdale - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 607-3388


Business Listing   Valdez Shoe Repair - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 945-9340


Business Listing   White Hawk Gallery - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 947-3178


Business Listing   Z Shoe Store Etc - Scottsdale, AZ - Phone: (480) 946-4646


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Helpful Definition for: Shoes & Boots

Shoes are items of footwear, intended to protect and provide comfort to human foot. Contemporary footwear varies widely in style, complexity and cost in Scottsdale. While a sandal may be made of a thin sole and simple strap, high fashion shoes may be made of very expensive materials with elaborate designs.

Until recently, only a small portion of the world’s population could afford to wear shoes due to the high cost involved in manufacturing them. However, with the advent of mass-production, shoe wearing has become more prominent. Tanned leather is the most commonly used material for making shoes. There are also various types of shoes available now and one of them is a boot.

A boot is a kind of footwear, in Scottsdale, that mainly covers the foot and the ankle and extends up to the leg. Most boots also have a heel. Though, boots are mostly made of rubber or leather, modern boots are made of a variety of materials. Boots are worn for both protection and fashion purposes, and there is also a wide variety of boots available, like the cowboy boots and gumboots.

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