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Black Kung Fu Shoes - Rubber Sole


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Black Kung Fu Shoes - Rubber Sole

Kung Fu Shoes
Rubber Sole

Specifications

  • Rubber Sole Kung Fu Shoes
  • Black canvas
  • Slip-on style
  • Washer machine friendly
  • Designed for indoor use

Kung Fu is a term to describe this martial art as of Chinese origin. Southern styles of kung-fu were comprised of low stances, kicks, and strong hand techniques. This was so because the population that practiced southern-style kung-fu was shorter and stockier than the Northern (Mandarin) population. On the other hand, Northern style Kung-Fu is comprised of more difficult and stylish patterns with acrobatic legwork. This was so because it was presumed to be much colder in the North therefor much hand movement was restricted by the thicker robes that were worn and the terrain enforced the development of stronger legs.
Rubber Kung Fu Shoes are used for practicing The Kung Fu Martial Arts. These Shoes are preferred for an outer environment as oppose to inndoor training. Cotton sole Kung Fu Shoes work best with indoor training because the floor is a lot more manageable and easier to move in. The rubber sole is used for outdoors because the floor is less easy to practice on and if one were to wear a cotton sole kung fu shoes, the shoe would wear and tear quickly when wokring on more difficult terrain. 

IMPORTANT : SHOES RUN US MEN SIZES ONLY!

How to measure: Women's shoe size generally run 1.5 - 2 sizes smaller than men's. US
Shoe Size EURO
Shoe Size U.K.
Shoe Size Child 12 29 Child 11 1/2 Child 12.5 30 Child 12 Child 13 31 Child 12 1/2 1 32 Child 13 1.5 33 Child 13 1/2 2 33 1/2 1 2.5 34 1 1/2 3 35 2 3.5 35.5 2 1/2 4 36 3 4.5 36 1/2 3 1/2 5 37 4 5.5 38 4 1/2 6 38 1/2 5 6.5 39 15 1/2 7 40 6 7.5 40 1/2 6 1/2 8...

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