[ tˈakəz], [ tˈakəz], [ t_ˈa_k_ə_z]
How to use "Tackers" in context?
Tackers are an interesting kind of shoe that are made to be worn with Oxford or penny loafers. They are a type of " penny loafer " that was popularized by the American designer George Costanza.
The basic design of a tacker is a vamp, which is a type of heel, that is low-cut and made of smooth leather. The vamp is then attached to a Strapuke, which is a type of platform that is also made of smooth leather. The Strapuke is then attached to the uppermost part of the shoe, which is the Toe Cap.
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