Definition of outsole
: the outside sole of a boot or shoe
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The shoes also have a new and very different ECCO Spydr-Grip outsole.
The shoes are made of canvas uppers with baseball-stitch detailing, breathable lining, and a rubber outsole with a vegan leather home plate on the heel.
Featuring the Mag's trademark silver uppers with white accents and icy blue outsoles, these LeBron 14s also have a custom insole bearing the Back to the Future shoe's famous light arrangement in red, yellow, and green.
Before putting pencil to paper — and nappa-leather uppers to outsoles — the designer Silvia Avanzi spent two years developing and fine-tuning the concept behind her shoe line.
The second technological innovation is the extremely grippy rubber outsole, which provides an almost surreal amount of traction.
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