Boots – shoes – and leggings – Boots and shoes
36 54, A43B 7326
An athletic shoe which has a sole, an upper body disposed on the sole and having a throat opening for insertion of a foot, a vamp having a U-shaped forward opening elongated from the throat opening, and a shoe tongue means disposed to cover the U-shaped forward opening of the vamp. The vamp constitutes a part of the upper body. The shoe tongue means has a first shoe tongue piece and a second shoe tongue piece. The first shoe tongue piece is disposed along one of a pair of opposed side rims defining the U-shaped forward opening formed in the vamp and covers a part of the U-shaped forward opening along the side rim. The second shoe tongue piece is disposed along the other of the pair of opposed side rims defining the U-shaped forward opening formed in the vamp and covers the other part of the U-shaped forward opening.
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