from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See insole.
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- n. An insole; a cushioning layer lining the inside bottom of a shoe or boot.
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- n. the inner sole of a shoe or boot where the foot rests
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In Atlantic Thermoplastics, the CAFC considered the scope of a product-by-process claim that recited "the molded innersole produced by the method of claim 1."
Are simply what the name implies; "SOFT SPOTS" of light new air-pumping, pneumatic rubber, attached to a shapely leather innersole scientifically made to conform to all pressure of the foot.
The needs of the inner soul (not to be confused with innersole) should not play second fiddle
The innersole is thick; well cushioned, and was very comfortable as I took a short walk around the store.
The Balmain sandals feature criss-cross straps and double ankle straps embellished with crystals and studs, round toe, small loop for big toe, solid upper with zip closure, leather innersole, leather sole, suede lining, and a 110 mm tapered covered heel.