Were these shoes popular in the '70s?

These shoes were made for walkin', but were they popular in this decade?

In the 1970s, while many were groovin' and looking sharp in their vibrant clothes, shoes were also a big thing. To complete the perfect look, your shoes had to fit the style. There were so many types to choose from; some have evolved but are still around today. What did a typical fun day in the '70s look like for you? How did you decide what shoes to wear that day?

Let's see if you know if these shoes were popular in the '70s.

  1. Shoe type: Western/ Cowboy boots
  2. Shoe type: Clogs
  3. Shoe type: Saddle Shoes
  4. Shoe type: Platform Shoes
  5. Shoe type: Penny Loafers
  6. Shoe type: Creepers
  7. Shoe type: Gym Shoes
  8. Shoe type: Wedges
  9. Shoe type: T-Strap Shoes
  10. Shoe type: Disco Slides

Were these shoes popular in the '70s?

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wallyandbagfan 13 days ago
Marianne13 23 days ago
Those were the greatest days!
RobertK 26 days ago
5 of 10. Not too great considering I was in high school in the 70s. Shoulda done better. I only wore Chukka (desert) boots mostly, except for Converse "Chuck Taylors" in gym.
gockionni RobertK 25 days ago
Desert boots were incredibly popular where I went to HS in the’70’s!
RobertK gockionni 25 days ago
They sure were, I'm surprised they weren't included in the quiz. Maybe they were a regional thing. I'm in Wisconsin and I agree with you, they sure were the shoe to wear!
Wendy57 28 days ago
Wedgies and T-straps were popular in the 70’s. For Disco we wore them.
A couple others I’d not agree with either, but, ........... it was a nostalgic quiz anyways. 🕺🏻💃
pattijessica Wendy57 27 days ago
Wedgies definitely, t straps not so much.
gockionni 28 days ago
7/10 - I’m supposing the answers are subjective because saddle shoes, wedges and t-straps were also popular in the’70’s. Maybe it depends on where you live?
AllisonWunderland 28 days ago
9/10…I totally disagree with #8, wedges were very popular in the 70’s 👍
Bapa1 28 days ago
10/10. I shoe do know my shoes!
harlow1313 29 days ago
9/10 Finally, my foot fetish was useful.
CaptainDunsel 29 days ago
Almost a shoe-in!
I wonder how Al Bundy would have done on this quiz. You don't think maybe MeTV is getting ready to add...? Naw....
I would hope not.... AITF was a leap (can take it or leave it),@ least AITF doesn't have
Ted McGinley. LOL!
Bapa1 LoveMETV22 28 days ago
Jefferson was good in MWC.
cperrynaples Bapa1 28 days ago
Yes, he didn't kill THAT show! It died a natural death!
Ted McGinley played Roger Phillips on Happy Days and Randolph Roberts played Chuck Cunningham on Happy Days. The roles of
Roger Phillips and Chuck Cunningham were INTERCHANGABLE ! Randolph Roberts could have played either
Chuck Cunningham or Roger Phillips and Ted McGinley could have played either Roger Phillips or
Chuck Cunningham and it wouldnt have made much difference in
1980 .Of course if Chuck Cunningham (Randolph Roberts) had been the assistant basketball coach at Jefferson High School
Under head coach Roger Phillips
(Ted McGinley) that would have been great
I guess that Eugene Belvin (Denis
Mandel ) and Bag Zombroski (Neil
J Schwartz) were the class clowns.
Fonzie (Henry Winkler) Richie (Ron
Howard ) and Moose (Barry Greenberg) and Melvin Belvin (Scott Bernstein) were the Smartest
Characters on Happy Days.
Peter_Falk_Fan 29 days ago
9/10 But I protest. Wedges were popular in the 70s.
That was also the one I missed. Who knew shoes would be a "wedge issue"?
Yes! I just posted about that 👏
vinman63 CaptainDunsel 26 days ago
I just slip on by with 7 out of 10.
justjeff 29 days ago
9/10. I blew it on T-Strap shoes, because they just "sounded" 70s...
MrsPhilHarris 29 days ago
9/10 I missed 8. I thought wedges were always around. 🤔
FrankensteinLover 29 days ago
7 out of 10, just couldn't get it to Fit Right.
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