When Were Shoes First Invented?

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The first shoes were invented purely as a method for protecting the human feet. Even though initially shoes were worn for protection purposes, the majority of people could not wear shoes because of their high manufacturing costs. As far as the History of shoes goes, there is no exact timeline as to when exactly people started wearing them.
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