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GL Class Code 59005 - Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing

GL Class Code 59005 - Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing

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The General Liability Class Code 59005 - Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing. Learn more about GL Code 59005 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 59005?

The description for GL Class Code 59005 is: Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 59005?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 59005 - Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing is:

Description for 3149 Footwear, Except Rubber, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the production of shoes, not elsewhere classified, such as misses' , youths' , boys' , children' s, and infants' footwear and athletic footwear. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of rubber or plastics footwear are classified in Industry 3021, and those manufacturing orthopedic extension shoes are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Athletic shoes, except rubber
  • Ballet slippers
  • Footwear, children' s: house slippers and vulcanized rubber footwear
  • Footwear, children' s: leather or vinyl with molded or vulcanized
  • Moccasins
  • Orthopedic shoes, children' s: except extension shoes
  • Sandals, children' s: except rubber
  • Shoe dyeing for the trade

Description for 3143 Men' s Footwear, Except Athletic

Establishments primarily engaged in the production of men' s footwear designed primarily for dress, street, and work. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of such protective footwear as rubbers, rubber boots, storm shoes, galoshes, and other footwear with rubber soles vulcanized to the uppers are classified in Industry 3021. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of athletic shoes and youths' and boys' shoes are classified in Industry 3149, and those manufacturing orthopedic extension shoes are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Boots, dress and casual: men' s
  • Casual shoes, men' s except athletic and rubber footwear
  • Dress shoes, men' s
  • Footwear, men' s except house slippers, athletic, and vulcanized
  • Footwear, men' s leather or vinyl with molded or vulcanized soles
  • Orthopedic shoes, men' s except extension shoes
  • Shoes, men' s except house slippers, athletic, rubber, and extension
  • Work shoes, men' s

Description for 3144 Women' s Footwear, Except Athletic

Establishments primarily engaged in the production of women' s footwear designed primarily for dress, street, and work. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of athletic shoes and misses' , children' s, infants' , and babies' footwear are classified in Industry 3149. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of rubber or plastics footwear are classified in Industry 3021, and those manufacturing orthopedic extension shoes are classified in Industry 3842.

  • Boots: women' s canvas and leather except athletic
  • Footwear, women' s except house slippers, athletic, and vulcanized
  • Footwear, women' s leather or vinyl with molded or vulcanized soles
  • Orthopedic shoes, women' s: except extension shoes
  • Shoes, women' s except house slippers, athletic, and rubber footwear

Description for 3021 Rubber and Plastics Footwear

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabric upper footwear having rubber or plastics soles vulcanized, injection molded, or cemented to the uppers, and rubber and plastics protective footwear. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber, composition, and fiber heels, soles, soling strips, and related shoe making and repairing materials are classified in Industry 3069; those manufacturing plastics soles and soling strips are classified in Industry 3089; and those manufacturing other footwear of rubber or plastics are classified in Industry Group 314.

  • Arctics, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Boots, plastics
  • Boots, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Canvas shoes, rubber soled
  • Footholds, rubber
  • Footwear, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Gaiters, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Galoshes, plastics
  • Galoshes, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Overshoes, plastics
  • Overshoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Pacs, rubber or rubber soled fabric
  • Sandals, rubber
  • Shoes, plastics soles molded to fabric uppers
  • Shoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric uppers
  • Shower sandals or slippers, rubber

Description for 3142 House Slippers

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing house slippers of leather or other materials.

  • House slippers
  • Slipper socks, made from purchased socks

Description for 3131 Boot and Shoe Cut Stock and Findings

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather soles, inner soles, and other boot and shoe cut stock and findings. This industry also includes finished wood heels. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heels, soling strips, and soles made of rubber, composition, plastics, and fiber are classified in Major Group 30.

  • Bows, shoe
  • Box toes, leather (shoe cut stock)
  • Buckles, shoe
  • Caps, heel and toe: leather or metal
  • Clasps, shoe
  • Counters (shoe cut stock)
  • Cut stock for boots and shoes
  • Findings, boot and shoe
  • Heel caps, leather or metal
  • Heel lifts leather
  • Heels, boot and shoe: finished wood or leather
  • Inner soles, leather
  • Laces, boot and shoe: leather
  • Leather welting
  • Linings, boot and shoe: leather
  • Ornaments, shoe
  • Pegs, shoe
  • Quarters (shoe cut stock)
  • Rands (shoe cut stock)
  • Shanks, shoe
  • Shoe cut stock
  • Shoe soles: except rubber, composition, plastics, and fiber
  • Soles, boot and shoe: except rubber composition, plastics, and fiber
  • Stays, shoe
  • Taps, shoe regardless of material
  • Tips, shoe regardless of material
  • Toe caps, leather or metal
  • Tongues, boot and shoe: leather
  • Top lifts, boot and shoe
  • Trimmings, shoe leather
  • Uppers (shoe cut stock)
  • Vamps, leather
  • Wood heel blocks, for sale as such
  • Wood heels, finished (shoe findings)


GL Class Code 59005 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Shoe, Boot or Slipper Manufacturing is 59005.

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