It is fascinating how important shoes are in our daily lives but so little is known about their soles. Wearing the wrong shoe soles for any particular occasion can either damage them or hurt your feet.

Let’s discuss the different types which will help you invest better in them!

1. Rubber Shoe Soles-

These soles are made of organic or recycled rubber. They are flexible, waterproof, and long-lasting. Plus, they can be designed to suit different shoe styles ranging from formal shoes to hiking boots.

Rubber soles prevent slips, trips, and falls. They lessen the risk of falls with specialized soles that are slip-resistant even in the most testing of conditions.

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2. Lugged Shoe Soles-

These are the kind of chunky soles you’d find on your hiking or utility boots. They’re made of rubber and provide great grip and weather resistance. They’re also known as commando soles and are ideal for rough or slippery terrain or places where your feet require extra protection.

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3. PVC Shoe Soles-

Polyvinyl chloride or PVC soles are the synthetic alternative to leather and allow for more cost-effective options. Thanks to PVC’s capacity to be molded into different shapes, there are plenty of styles to choose from.

They do not tear or break easily if they are produced with the correct PVC compound.

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4. Leather Soles-

Leather is a tough competitor to match up to because of its stylish aesthetics, texture, and natural elasticity. Unistar uses synthetic leather which is designed to withstand rigorous training and practice.

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5. PU Soles-

Polyurethane or PU encompasses qualities like durability, breathability, water resistance, insulation, and many more. They are excellent shock absorbers, chemical resistant, and environment friendly.

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6. Cork Soles-

These are work boot soles having a very fan club. In this type of sole, cork’s pieces are mixed in rubber which saves some weight without losing its durable quality. Cork is a moisture removing material.

There you go!

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