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Ballet Flat Shoe

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:435021
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:49,210
Vertices:75,770
Textures:Yes
Materials:No
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Unknown
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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TurboSquid Member Since May 2005
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Description
At the beginning of the French revolution in 1789, the high-heel shoe became synonymous with aristocracy and soon fell out of fashion to be replaced by the common man/womans flat shoe. Mostly during the industrial revolution in the 1800's, flat shoes, sandals and boots were practical choices for both sexes due to its form versus functionality. But by end of the 1800's, flat shoes became fashioned exclusively for women.

Since the late 50's, flat pump or ballet flat has now been a firm favourite for women of all ages for the last fifty years. The form, functionality and comfort are all rolls that the flat shoe features in a simplistic, elegant and modern manor making this the choice for many women over the years.

This modern and sleek ballet flat shoe design works well with any accompanying outfit you throw at it.

It features:
-luxurious upper with topline piping
-a cute vamp bow
-lightweight flexible outsole
-Padded insole for comfort.

This model features a low poly model consisting of 8,432 vertices per shoe and a high poly model consisting of 101,112 vertices per shoe. Super high quality, super physically accurate.
Geometry details include actual top-lining piping with real stitches and a physically built bow. The model also features a seamless UV design for easy texturing without bizarre anomalies.

Comes in the following formats:
-.3ds
-.dae
-.xsi
-.lwo
-.lxo
-.obj
-.blend

This Super High Quality Flat Shoe is now being priced at 39.99! All time low!

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