As a traditional Chinese craft, hand-naked mullet-sole cloth shoes are a timeless and classic craft with a history that can be traced back 3000 years. Shoes made entirely of fabric (usually cotton or linen fabric), and even the outer soles are hand-sewn with cloth and stitched with ramie rope. Such shoes are breathable and friendly. Each pair of handmade cloth shoes requires thousands of stitches and at least one week of production. They glued old cloth together by using crop starch, then cut the glued fabric into foot shapes, and then stitched them into the sole. It is different from industrialized shoes filled with adhesive or synthetic materials. This unique process uses only natural materials.