Footwear that rises to the ankle or higher; can be casual or dressy, practical or fashionable. Boots that are designed for protection from the elements may be made of a single, closely-stitched piece of leather, rubber, or other material to prevent the entry of water, mud or dirt. Other types of boots are sturdy in nature, intended for protection in wilderness or industrial settings. Fashionable boots for men and women may have all the variations seen in other shoe styles, including high heels, platforms, and lacings.
Diamond is a crystalline, colorless and highly refractive precious stone often used as a decorative gemstone in jewelry. Diamond is the hardest natural material known and is also very expensive which is why it is typically used in engagement rings and wedding bands.
Rubber is a material that features elastic properties and can be natural or synthetic. It is used in a wide variety of products such as gloves, tires, and athletic shoes. Because of Rubber's high elasticity properties, a chemical process called vulcanization is usually employed to harden the material and make it more durable, less elastic and more resistant to chemicals. Vulcanized rubber offers good insulation and excellent shock absorption.
Waders are a type of lower body waterproof gear designed to allow people to stand in relatively deep water without getting wet. Waders are generally designed as boots and are traditionally made of vulcanized rubber which can often extend to the chest.