When designing performance footwear, sneaker companies like Nike and Adidas will always starts with the shape of the human foot. A keen understanding of its structure then leads its designers to add support and cushioning in the appropriate places. But when designing footwear less demanding in its needs—say, the house slippers folks wear in Japan and other cultures where outdoor shoes are a no-go in the house—there’s a lot more latitude.
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