Triassic Shoe Sole Fossil

This is allegedly a fossil of a shoe or moccasin sole found in blue limestone rock in 1917 in Nevada, dating to the Triassic period of about 100,000,000 years ago. If true, this would mean it predated the appearance of the ape-like creatures that man supposedly descended from. Anti-evolutionists pointed to the fossil as proof that man did not evolve from lower forms of animals. They insisted that the fossil shows stitching that was made by an early human. The "fossil" was generally dismissed as a natural formation.