Construction shoes are the stuff of which you can’t have too many.
You can find a whole line of them, ranging from affordable, to luxurious, to premium.
They’re designed to make life easier, but there’s a price tag attached to each shoe.
These shoes are sold by a range of companies and brands.
The difference between one brand and another, however, is that there are a number of different kinds of construction shoes.
So what are the different types of construction shoe, and how do you distinguish them from each other?
Here’s our guide to the different kinds.
Type 1 – Super-slim construction shoes, often featuring a pair of mesh and leather uppers, which are used to keep the feet warm and comfortable.
Some companies also offer lightweight versions that can be worn for up to 24 hours.
Type 2 – Construction shoes that are designed to be worn on a treadmill or elliptical machine, often with padding to keep them comfortable.
They also have a padded upper that is supposed to give them a “safer fit”.
Type 3 – Construction shoe with a sole that has been made out of the most durable materials, including leather.
They often come in a variety of colors and styles, with the option of having a contrasting color option on the sole.
Type 4 – Construction footwear that is made out, in part, of wood or synthetic materials.
They are also designed to provide maximum comfort and durability.
Types 5 – Construction and lightweight construction shoes that can come in three different styles: a casual shoe, a sport shoe and a long-lasting shoe.
Types 6 – Construction, light and casual shoes that come in various sizes.
These are also called sports shoes.
Type 7 – Construction sneakers with a strap that can stretch over the toes, making them easier to walk in.
The last type of construction is the most affordable and popular.
Type 8 – Super lightweight construction and shoes that include a nylon-lined sole that can provide support when wearing it on a long, hot day.
They come in two types, and are often made from nylon-linen and leather-linens.
Type 9 – Construction-lite shoes with a stretch-wearing sole and a removable strap that allows you to wear them with gloves.
They typically come in either a “slip-on” style or a “glove-on”, or with a velcro closure.
Types 10 – Construction leather shoes that have a thin, rubber sole that is used to help keep the foot warm.
They can be made from either polyurethane or a combination of the two.
Type 11 – Lightweight and sport construction shoes with leather soles that offer some support for the foot.
Type 12 – Super light and lightweight shoes with rubber soles.
They may come in any material, including nylon, mesh and even leather.
Type 13 – Superlight and lightweight footwear that are made of leather, mesh, mesh lining and/or nylon-reinforced rubber.
Type 14 – Construction soles made of synthetic materials that have been specifically engineered to support the foot and provide a better fit.
Type 15 – Construction rubber shoes that were designed to help support the toes.
They usually come in different colors, but some come in white, black or grey.
Type 16 – Light and casual construction shoes made of rubber and/and mesh.
These typically come with a lightweight sole and may be made out either of polyuretha or a synthetic material.
Type 17 – Light-weight construction shoes and lightweight rubber soled shoes that use the same material, such as canvas, mesh or nylon.
They have a lightweight upper, as well as a stretchy sole that offers some support.
Type 18 – Construction sole that’s made out mostly of rubber or mesh, with a mesh-lined toe cap and a mesh lining.
Type 19 – Construction with a thick, flexible sole that allows the foot to be supported on a surface without the need for straps.
Type 20 – Light weight construction shoes but with a synthetic sole.
They generally come in black or white, but also have white or grey lining.
Types 21 – Construction waterproof construction shoes or waterproof waterproof construction boots.
They include waterproof construction footwear, waterproof construction boot or waterproof construction shoe.
They sometimes come in multiple colors, with some also available in black and white.
Types 22 – Super and light construction shoes (or the same as Type 17), with a nylon sole, a mesh sole, or mesh lining, and with a waterproof sole.
The types 21 and 22 are the most popular.
They tend to come in the most expensive styles, such a white or black leather sole.
Types 23 – Light construction shoes for those who want a lightweight but supportive shoe for walking around, especially on hot days.
They don’t usually come with any padding, but instead, a lightweight, soft-soled sole.
Some of these types are designed with the sole attached to the sole of the shoe and have a removable, elastic strap.