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A shoe is a piece of outerwear worn on one's foot.
Shoe or Shoes may also refer to:
- The Shoe, a hamlet in Wiltshire, England
- "The Shoe", nickname for Ohio Stadium, at Ohio State University
- "The Shoe", Bill Shoemaker (1931–2003), American jockey
- "Shoe", nickname of Dan Hsu, former editor-in-chief of the video game magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly
- "Shoe", nickname of Niels Shoe Meulman, visual artist and graffiti writer based in Amsterdam.
- "the shoe incident", Muntadhar al-Zaidi, the journalist who threw his shoe at President George W. Bush in 2008
- Brake shoe, part of a vehicle braking system
- Contact shoe, a device used on trains to pick up electricity from a third rail
- Shoes (GUI toolkit)
- SHOE, Simple HTML Ontology Extensions, a small set of HTML extensions in the semantic net
- SHOE, Simple Harmonic Oscillator Equation, the basic equation with which repetitive motion can be described
Film, TV, entertainment and games
- Shoes (1916 film), a 1916 American film directed by Lois Weber
- The Shoe (film), a 1998 German-Latvian drama
- Shoes (2012 film), Costa Fam's film dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust victims.
- Shoe (cards), a device used to hold multiple decks of playing cards
- Shoe (comic strip)
- "Shoe" (Robot Chicken episode)
- "Shoes" (video), by Liam Kyle Sullivan
- The Shoes (Seinfeld) episode
- Shoes (album), by Liam Kyle Sullivan
- Shoes (American band), a power pop band active in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
- The Shoes (Dutch band) 1960s
- The Shoes (French band) 2007
- "Shoes" (Kelly song)
- "Shoes" (Reparata song)
- "Shoes" (Shania Twain song)
- "Shoes" (Tiga song)
- "Cipela", a song used as the Serbian Eurovision entry in 2009, also known as "Shoe"
- "Shoes", song by Brook Benton written by Don Covay, George Soule 1970, George Glenn 1972
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