Sinónimos de Shoes and boots
ankle bootarctic (US)a high waterproof overshoe with buckles Balmorala laced walking shoe biker bootblucher (obsolete)a high shoe with laces over the tongue booteea soft shoe for a baby, esp a knitted one bottinebovver boot (British, slang)broganbroguea sturdy walking shoe, often with ornamental perforations brothel creeper (informal)buskin(formerly) a sandal-like covering for the foot and leg, reaching the calf and usually laced chopine or chopina sandal-like shoe on tall wooden or cork bases popular in the 18th century chukka bootclogany of various wooden or wooden-soled shoes co-respondentcothurnus or cothurnthe buskin worn in ancient Greek tragedy court shoea low-cut shoe for women, having no laces or straps cowboy bootcreeper (informal)a shoe with a soft sole crowbootdeck shoea rubber-soled leather shoe worn when boating Doc Marten(trademark)espadrillea light shoe with a canvas upper, esp with a braided cord sole field bootflat or flattya flat shoe, a shoe without heels flip-flopa rubber-soled sandal attached to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the next toe football bootgaiter or spatgaloshany heavy shoe or boot ghillie (Scottish)a type of tongueless shoe with lacing up the instep, originally worn by the Scots golf shoegumboota Wellington boot gumshoea rubber-soled shoe gym shoehalf bootHessian boothigh heelhobnail bootjackbootJandal (New Zealand, trademark)a type of sandal with a strip of material between the big toe and the other toes and over the foot kitten heela low stiletto heel on a woman's shoe lace-upa shoe or boot fastened with laces larrigana knee-high oiled leather moccasin boot worn by trappers, etc loafera moccasin-like shoe for casual wear moccasina shoe of soft leather, esp deerskin, worn by North American Indians moonbootmuklukmulea backless shoe or slipper overshoea protective shoe worn over an ordinary shoe Oxforda type of stout laced shoe with a low heel pantofle, pantoffle, or pantoufle (archaic)a kind of slipper platformthe thick raised sole of some high-heeled shoes plimsoll or plimsolea light rubber-soled canvas shoe worn for various sports pumpa low-cut low-heeled shoe without fastenings, worn esp for dancing racket or racqueta snowshoe shaped like a tennis racket running shoecasual shoes with rubber soles, in the style of those used for sports training rock bootsabota shoe made from a single block of wood sandala light shoe consisting of a sole held on the foot by thongs, straps, etc sandshoea light canvas shoe with a rubber sole; plimsoll scuffa backless slipper slingbacka shoe with a strap instead of a full covering for the heel slip-ona slip-on garment or shoe slippera light shoe of some soft material, for wearing around the house sneakersnowshoea device to facilitate walking on snow, esp a racket-shaped frame with a network of thongs stretched across it spikeshoes with metal projections on the sole and heel for greater traction, as used by athletes stilettoa very high heel on a woman's shoe, tapering to a very narrow tip surgical boota specially designed boot or shoe that compensates for deformities of the foot or leg tennis shoea rubber-soled canvas shoe tied with laces thigh boottop boottrack shoeeither of a pair of light running shoes fitted with steel spikes for better grip training shoe or trainerveldskoenwaderwedge or wedge heela shoe with a wedge heel wellya Wellington boot Wellington bootwinkle-pickera shoe or boot with a narrow, sharply pointed toe ▷ See shoe
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