Construction work shoes are a popular fashion accessory, but now there’s a fashion trend in which they’re on sale in limited quantities.
The fashion trend was spotted at the opening of the Crossland Bridge on August 1st.
Crossland Construction Company in Virginia, which is owned by the National Trust, was hosting a shoe show that was a collaboration between the local shoe store and the Virginia Department of Transportation.
According to the Virginia DOT, the crossland bridge was constructed with a steel span that was laid by the company.
It’s one of several bridges across the Shenandoah River to be constructed in Virginia.
The company told ABC News that the shoe is a “special item for the construction workers.”
The crossland construction company has been operating in Virginia since the early 1980s, and the company says it employs around 2,000 workers across the state.
The shoes are available in three styles.
They come in both white and red.
The white and black shoes are also available for pre-order, but the red and white shoes are not.
The shoe is available in sizes 6.5 to 10.5, and there is a small price tag on them as well.
The shoes cost $250.
The Crossland bridge is the largest span in the United States and the nation’s third-longest span, according to the DOT.