Everyone will agree that buying new shoes is one of the most effective ways to combat stress. And each of us, when buying another pair of sneakers or shoes, pays attention to the quality, size, comfort, etc., but does not think about how the shoes appeared, without which we now cannot imagine our lives. A wide range of styles and models of shoes reflect the incredibly rich and long history of the wardrobe item. And the first pairs of shoes appeared several hundred years BC.
products are manufactured by such well-known Italian companies as TRANINI, TOMMY JEANS, FIRENZE MODA, TREND, various Russian companies and the Czech company TONAK. The assortment includes not only gloves, scarves, scarves and stoles, wholesale hats, but also special hangers that will reliably keep the shape of the products and present your hats and scarves in the best perspective. Almost any modern person seeks to emphasize his individuality and independence in various ways - this is manifested, among other things, in the choice of style of clothing and accessories. The Tranini company wholesales high-quality headwear and various accessories that suit your style and mood.
It's hard to imagine what life was like without shoes. It all started out of the need to protect my feet from external influences. This simple human need evolved into a rapidly growing industry in which design was as important as functionality. “...however, one thing remained unchanged - the dream of wearing comfortable shoes.” Different views of the world, different ideas about culture and art, economic and political factors, new technologies - all this changed the use of materials, colors and design, but one thing remained unchanged - the dream of wearing comfortable shoes.
Shoes made of genuine leather have always enjoyed genuine popularity for many centuries and still occupy the top of the market for quality products. The protective properties of leather - density, thickness, elasticity and resistance to external influences - predetermined the popularity of this material.
Pirmasens: the city of shoemakers In the mid-18th century, when Louis IX took over the reins of the land of Pirmasens, the settlement numbered less than 250 people, there were only 6 streets, and no more than 40 houses. Landgrave Louis IX allowed his soldiers to be trained as shoemakers. And after the death of the Landgrave, the soldiers who were left without work retrained as shoemakers.