Another great fashion-oriented collection of WordPress themes is now devoted to the shoe-selling and shoemaking process. We’ve resolved to share a few facts from the shoemaking history as well as show off a few worthy WP templates designed for becoming full-fledged online stores based on WooCommerce.
So just browse the themes and enjoy!
Miti is a fashion WooCommerce WordPress theme that contains a number of inner pages including product categories like men, women, kids, unisex, sneakers, boots, sports shoes, outdoor shoes, accessories for shoes, flip-flops, heels, sports, rainproofs, multiple shop-, product, blog, and other pages, as well as comes with 8+ homepage designs pre-defined.
The theme is based on the Elementor front-end drag-and-drop page builder; comes with responsive layout, mega menu, Elementor page builder, awesome Slider Revolution, RTL, product quick view, ajax search, ajax cart, single ajax add to cart, shop load more/infinite scroll, easy one-click demo import, and many more features.View Demo
Zalo fashion is a WooCommerce WordPress theme that comes with 3 homepage layouts suited for fashion stores, accessories shops, shoe stores, and more related commercial websites. You will find plenty of inner page templates like different shop layouts with shop lists, checkout, cart, buyer’s account, and product details, various blog-, about us, and contact layouts to select from.
The theme is compatible both with the Elementor front-end page builder and WPBakery drag-and-drop page builder, comes with Bootstrap framework options, WPML translation support, Slider Revolution, Contact Form 7, Redux framework options, Dokan marketplace plugin support, and many more features.View Demo
Mr.Cobbler is a custom shoemaking and footwear repairs WordPress theme that comes with 4 homepage layouts with different header designs as well as a number of inner pages like About Us, Store, Services, Contacts, and many more ones designed for you to pick the one to your taste.
The template is based on WPBakery drag-and-drop page builder; comes compatible with WooComemrce shop functionality, WPML translation support, Revolution Slider and Swiper Slider included, boxed and full-width page layouts, user menu and main menu, a custom theme options panel, custom widgets, and shortcodes, and many more amazing features.View Demo
Elson is a WooCommerce WordPress theme available with 14+ homepage layouts suited for a shoe store, street fashion, urban clothing, furniture store, and more goods sales. All homepages come with different designs like the round product and animated sliders, product carousel, horizontal showcase, product carousel, interactive categories, shop divided, and more.
The template is compatible with WPBakery drag-and-drop page builder, so it is easy to edit with no coding at all. The theme is compatible with WooComemrce shop functionality, comes with WPML translation support, Slider Revolution included, a lot of widgets and shortcodes, a powerful admin panel, and many more features.View Demo
A comprehensive WordPress theme that comes with 12 pre-defined homepage layouts including the one for a shoe store. It comes with all the required professional tools and settings that are going to help you create a good-looking and trustworthy website.
The template is absolutely translation-ready thanks to RTL and WPML support, comes integrated with Revolution Slider and WPBakery page builder, allows to sell single, physical, digital, variable, and many other types of products. Many more features are also pre-packed, browse them now.View Demo
Accessories shop is a great WordPress WooCommerce theme suited for online shopping and available with 12 home page variations. It is appropriate for selling shoes, clothes, and fashion accessories on the Web though you can customize it for any other product sales.
The theme comes with Layer and Revolution Sliders included, 99+ custom shortcodes, different post types and theme options, a custom form builder tool, unlimited menu colors, various page backgrounds, multiple widgets, a number of blogs, and portfolio styles, a wishlist, and many more features.View Demo
In the Roman Empire, shoemakers were starting from working as individual artisans located in small settlements. Later they evolved into groups of masters working on the streets beneath the city’s center or a marketplace. Guilds were established at that time and they regulated shoemakers, their supplies, and customers, preventing them from unfair business practice and pricing as well as ensuring quality products.
Raavin is another great shoemaking-oriented WordPress theme designed for those who create shoes and accessories and sell them either online or offline. The template is completely WooCommerce ready and comes with a multitude of helpful features like wishlists, ajax shopping cart, product quick view, WPML support, Redux framework-based options, 3 homepage layouts, and much more.View Demo
During the 3d century, there were two brothers named Crispin and Crispinian who went to Gaul to preach the gospel. At night they were working as shoemakers and during the day they sermonized Christianity. They were eventually tortured and put to death, and since the 15th century, they have been recognized to be the patron saints of shoemakers. October 25 is still celebrated as a shoe industry holiday in France.
This multipurpose WordPress WooCommerce theme comes with 7 pre-designed homepage layouts including the one specially made for selling shoes and boots on the Web. Every fashion retailer is going to find this template useful to create an online shop to sell shoes and accessories online. It includes WPBakery page builder, WooCommerce support, WPML ready support, Revolution Slider integrated, mega menu, multiple menu styles, 40+ grid post styles, custom CSS, theme options, and many more advantages.View Demo
By the 14th century, shoemakers were making boots that were ready to wear, and this was aided by standardized measurement adoption. Measurements for distance were standardized under King Edward II in England in 1324. Three barley-corns, consistent in size and laid end-to-end, equaled one inch, and the foot-long “ruler” became the foot measurement of King Edward, this was the English ruler.
This is a modern eCommerce WordPress theme suitable for creating online stores for selling fashion clothes and shoes, watches, accessories, and more related products. The theme is stuffed with features including WPBakery page builder, unlimited color schemes, powerful theme options, wishlists, ajax shopping cart, product quick view, child theme included, and more.View Demo
In the English measuring system, adult sizes started with the deduction of 4⅓ inches. In France, under Louis XIV the Paris Point system was standardized as ⅔ centimeter and this standard became the most widespread one in Europe. However, Germany continued using the measuring system of England.
Another WordPress WooCommerce theme is designed for fashion stores, shoes online shops, or other related stores on the Web. The template is a feature-rich one that comes with unlimited color options, lots of banners, sliders, brand logo customization opportunities, multiple languages support, different portfolio and gallery layouts, and much more.View Demo
By 1400 the biggest cities of Europe had their own shoemaker guilds but they didn’t include cobblers who made just the repairs. Shoemakers capable of making repairs were considered to be the ones who made inferior work. English shoemakers were known as cordwainers, and in France, they were called the Cordonnier. This name appeared after the fine Cordwain leather tanned in Cordoba, Spain. Their name suggested the quality of their goods.
Infystore is another great WooCommerce WordPress theme designed to become a comprehensive online store for selling shoes, clothes, apparel, sunglasses, accessories, or more. It comes with different home and inner page layouts, child theme support, Revolution Slider included, horizontal mega menu, zoom magnifier with additional image slider, product quick view, drop-down shopping cart, and many more features.View Demo
In the late 16th-century shoe welting became the standard supposing that the upper was sewn to a welt with a second row of stitches made through the welt into the outer sole. Until the machinery appeared in the mid 19th century, the change in the tools and methods of shoemaking was very little. The tools that were used for shoemaking were a knife, shoetree, hammer, awl, and shoulder stick.
This is one more multi-concept eCommerce WordPress theme specially designed for selling any kind of goods, and shoes are no exception. You will get the features required for an online store such as a gallery, table, and list view mode, multiple product page styles, ajax products filter, visual WPBakery page builder, 2 blog types, pixel-perfect design, and many more advantages.View Demo
By 1830, exports of women’s footwear from France and men’s footwear from England became prevalent in the fashion market. Shoemaking centers were established in Paris and Northampton. The United States shoe industry was centered in and around Lynn, Massachusetts, and it was about to change everything. Factory-style mass production undercut imported goods and the American lock-stitch sewing machine made shoes very quickly.
Venus is a multi-concept WordPress theme that comes with 11+ homepage layouts available for clothes, shoes, and many more online business purposes. It comes integrated with several popular premium plugins like WPBakery page builder, Revolution Slider, and Contact Form 7. It also includes a multitude of useful features including WC Vendors and WC marketplace compatibility, boxed and fullwidth layouts, and many more website building possibilities.View Demo
Heels started to be added to footwear in the 1590s. Shoetrees were required to have the right slope of the sole to accommodate the lift of the heel. However, it was really expensive to obtain a large inventory of shoetrees representing different heel heights and various feet, so most shoes were made without left or right definition. The practice of making shoes with straight soles remained for the next two hundred years, and finally, it disappeared in the 1880s.
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