SHOES Thanks for Celebrating Every Day with National Day Calendar®! Get Your Shoes On Have you ever noticed the interesting names we give footwear? See how well you know which name belongs to the shoe. This laceless shoe might float but will sink faster than any canoe if it gets water logged. What is it called? mule saddle shoe boat sandal It's also a popular topic for debate in grammar circles when paired with a comma, but this classic shoe still shines for work and trendier styles. What is it? sandal Oxford loafer clog Another laceless shoe that bears a lazy sounding name. While it allows the wearer to dress casually, shorts don't pair well with them. What is the name of the shoe? loafer clog ballerina sneaker The design of these shoes suggest the name. Often worn with white sport socks by both women and men, they came in styles from black and white to understated shades of beige and brown. What was the name of this shoe? loafer sneaker saddle shoe flip flop The sound this shoe makes earns the shoe its name. Worn during the beach going seasons, this shoe handily keeps the sand from being tracked in the house. What is it? flip flop boat mule saddle shoe Reminiscent of ages long past, these shoes are a type of sandal. What are they called? Wellingtons boats mules gladiators Not just for Holland anymore, these shoes used to be carved from wood. Today, they come in a variety of styles made for comfort and ease for slipping on and off. Can you name them? Wellington clog boats boots Popular in the United Kingdom and named after a Duke, this footwear is meant to keep the feet dry during wet and rainy weather. In the United States we call them rubber boots. What are they? clog boats mules Wellingtons Check My Answers!