The outside sole of a boot or shoe.
The outside sole or bottom of the shoe. Resilient outsoles (i.e., made of rubber or crepe) provide durability and absorb shock. On average, a foot is exposed to some 7,500 impacts daily. The outsole can provide traction, durability, and cushioning.
the outer sole of a shoe or boot oxford - a low shoe laced over the instep.
the only part of the cowboy boot, besides the bottom of the heel, that actually has contact with the ground, unless you happen to get thrown off a horse or a bull.
The portion of the sneaker sole that makes contact with the ground; the part that is visible as the bottom of the shoe.
The very bottom of the shoe, the part that contacts the ground
The material, usually made of hard carbon rubber, on the bottom of most running shoes; the layer of the shoe that contacts the ground.
The outermost sole of a shoe, the surface of which is exposed to wear.
The bottom layer of the shoe that consists of one or more rubber compounds. The outsole design is usually configured to enhance traction.
The bottom-most layer of most running shoes; the layer that contacts the ground and provides traction