Foot gear

covering for the feet, as stocking, shoes, or boots.
- Milton.

See also: Foot

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From high heel stilettos to the stylish pump, you will get all the types of foot gear.
I also carry the Innovative new HSS Talon and Crow's Foot gear hooks.
The Snow & Ice Management Association recommends shoppers check weather reports before going out and wear good foot gear for walking in slippery parking lots.
One New Zealand girl who attempted the climb along with me didn't have what she felt was adequate foot gear, and a wide variety of cast-off outdoor wear was available for hire from the Park entrance.
Avoid slips and falls by wearing proper foot gear, using handrails and avoiding carrying lots of heavy shopping bags.
It also creates foot gear for arthritic and diabetic patients.
In dance, it is likely to reflect the movement possibilities that arise when the body is unimpeded by billowing sleeves, flowing skirts or trousers, or elaborate head and foot gear.
Nike refused to buckle under and, in fact, decided to play hardball (one can assume they were wearing the proper foot gear with especially sharp spikes) in retaliation.
They're heavier than standard backpacking foot gear and are compatible with crampons, the toothy metal racks mountaineers attach to boots when climbing on ice and snow.
And on a bright morning in October they set off for home - Mowat resplendent in German jack-boots, "the most comfortable foot gear in the world," serge trousers, 8th Army sweater and crimson scarf in lieu of a tie.
They said it was because wearers take greater risks, believing manufacturers' claims that hi-tech foot gear will protect them.
A key element, he said, was the now famous Bruno Magli shoes, which Simpson denied and referred to in a deposition as "ugly-ass" foot gear that he would never wear.