Giveh is a light and very easy-to-wear kind of local shoes, in which a special material, woven by rural women, is used instead of leather. A giveh’s sole, of course, is made of a very durable material. Usually, rural women weave the outer part of the giveh in their leisure time, employing very simple tools. The sole is made by men. Presently, giveh weaving is pursued as a small home-based industry in places such as Taft, Mehriz, Nir, Khunza, Baqdad Abad and Bahabad.