T-bar school shoes in the woodwork room

Many schools require closed toe leather shoes in technology workshops for occupational health and safety reasons. But for this schoolgirl, wearing t-bar school shoes into woodwork class was no problem.

Special Clothing

Special protective clothing such as an apron is essential for practical subjects including Art, Foods and Technology. A hair restraint must be worn whenever a student is working with or near machinery. Students wearing runners, T-bar school shoes or jewellery will not be admitted to a technology workshop, as they are safety hazards. It is stressed that the technology workshops must satisfy strict industrial requirements in matters concerning occupational health and safety. Students are required to bring safety glasses and ear muffs to technology classes, and may also need their safety glasses in practical science classes.

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T-bar school shoes at Spendless Shoes

Spendless Shoes stocks their own range of t-bar style school shoes – under the Cativo, Obsessed and Everflex brand names.

All three brands of school shoe come in the same boxes, and look much the same except for the name on the sole.

Cativo ‘Georgia’ is their high-shine t-bar school shoe for senior girls.

Their senior girls school range range also includes the Everflex ‘Zadow’ t-bar in matte leather, and the Everflex ‘Olive’ laceup.

The Spendless Shoes junior girls range includes the Obsessed ‘Jilly’ high-shine t-bar, and the Obsessed ‘Rachael’ laceup.

Dr Martens triple strap t-bar shoes

Not one strap. Not two. But three straps. These are the Dr Martens ‘Freya Aunt Sally’ t-bar shoes.

Dr. Martens Polley t-bar shoes

Dr. Martens has their own version of the classic t-bar shoe – ‘Polley’.

Vegan t-bar school shoes

Schoolgirls who love animals but don’t want to wear them on their feet have a problem. The range of Harrison t-bar school shoes are made of leather. The same applies to the numerous copycat styles. But these ‘Jane’ shoes by Vegan Wares are made of synthetic materials, not animal products.

Hand crafted footwear which combines Ecolorica microfbre uppers with durable and repairable rubber soles. We developed this concept 20 years ago with the aim of minimizing environmental impacts by maximizing product life. Made in Melbourne, Australia