If you're a person that wears a bra on a regular basis, you know what comes next. At first glance, the resulting shoe bears a resemblance to a Crocs clog, with its perforated upper for airflow, but the similarity ends there. e had a fascinating life, Joe Dean, a former sales executive for Converse, told The Philidelphia Inquirer. Each has a different design, material and weight to best protect feet against the stresses of the particular activity. soldiers serving abroad latched on to heels as a sign of idealized femininity, hanging posters of pin-up girls in sky-high heels and painting stilettoed women on the sides of their fighter planes.