work shoe

Also found in: Thesaurus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: shoe - a thick and heavy shoework shoe - a thick and heavy shoe    
shoe - footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
References in periodicals archive ?
Several work shoe manufacturers have inserted a D30 pad above the hard toe (internal to the shoe) to create a soft, flexible metatarsal protector.
It is a mens comfort shoes as well as a mens work shoe.
Michelin Footwear Technologies notes that comfort has been as important to its work shoe design as performance and safety.
BUT if your kind of work shoe needs to be more demanding in performance terms, this new Arran style at pounds 60 from Barbour will be just the job.
These days, her standard work shoe is a 1-inch pump.
The new agreement provides a three step increase of $5 in the pension multiplier boosting the pension rate by the end of the three year agreement to as much as $58 for each year worked; rolls the current 22 cent COLA into the hourly wage rate; increases sickness and accident pay and life insurance; improves vacation allowances, dental and vision plans; provides two work shoe allowances of $100 each and a $200 tool allowance for maintenance employees.
More than a work shoe, athletic shoes are a fashion statement.
On Sundays you can find Work Boot Warehouse at the Saugus Outdoor Swap Meet with plenty of bargains on work shoe closeouts.
Retailers can view the new shoe, along with two other new Crocs[TM] Work shoe models, the Specialist and Specialist Vent, by visiting the Crocs booth, #6051, at the National Restaurant Association Show at Chicago's McCormick Place May 19-22, 2007.
The new Crocs[TM] Work shoe models, designed to meet workplace standards with a closed heel and toe design, offer professional styling and the ultimate comfort for footwear in the workplace.
Kodiak has always had more of an outdoor feel in the traditional work shoe market," said Wayne Elsey, President of Kodiak USA, Inc.