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V-shirts

V-shirts are mostly classic cotton T-shirts for men and women. In contrast to the normal T-shirt, the V-shirt has a V-shaped neckline. V-shirts are available as short-sleeved shirts as well as in the long-sleeved version.

Classification of the category V-shirts

V-shirts serve the outerwear of both women and men and can be compared with a usual T-shirt. In contrast to these, however, they do not have a round neck, but a section in the form of a Vs, which explains their name.

Materials and variations

They are usually made from classic cotton, although a small proportion of spandex may provide a stretchy effect, depending on the make. V-shirts are usually available in all imaginable variations with diverse designs.

  • plain in black or white
  • in gaudy, colorful hue or
  • printed with a print,

V-shirts are available in many different looks. Likewise, it exists in the form of

in the variant with short sleeves they are very popular for wearing on warm days in summer. The V-neckline can vary in its width and length and is usually designed a little further in women’s models, in order to emphasize a beautiful neckline in this way. While this was not the case for men’s V-shirts in the past, today there are already specimens with a rather striking neckline for men.

Rain boots are actually one earmarked subcategory of shoe type boots and are counted among the so-called unisex shoes. They are available in all common sizes and colors and, in addition to the ladies' and men's shoes, also copies for children are offered. The rain boots are boots made of water-repellent or water-impermeable material, which reliably protects the feet from the weather and moisture, even in bad weather or on damp surfaces.


The development of the rain boot - from the worker's shoe to the fashionable footwear


The idea of ​​making footwear water-repellent or waterproof by impregnating or otherwise treating it is already very old and has been in South America already from the regional native population implemented. In Germany and Europe, this approach is still relatively young in comparison. The then common material rubber, which also helped the rain boots to their other name rubber boots, stuck in heat and became brittle in the cold.


Only through one in the year Further refinement of the material developed in 1840 by Charles Goodyearwhich resulted in lasting elasticity and also prevented sticking at higher temperatures, made rain boots and rain booties more and more popular. The rain boots were worn mainly as work shoes of farmers and hunters, but also soldiers could be equipped with the water-repellent boots.


From the mid-1920s more and more production facilities of rain boots were created and they remained until the 1980s a popular work shoe. They are also the shoe of choice in the leisure sector in rain or snow. Due to the advent of other water-repellent synthetic fibers, the rain boots lost popularity in the short term, but at the latest since 2005 has been one of the trendiest fashion accessories ever again.

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