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  • I can fit them over flat-soled leather shoes for most of the year and over sneakers when it's warmer.

    We Are Keeping Our Wingtips Dry

  • No head coverings were involved, but skirt lengths hovered around the ankles; shoes were resolutely flat-soled and sensible; collars were buttoned to the tippy top.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • I suggest alternating VFFs with "normal" shoes or flat-soled shoes like Chuck Taylors for the first week.

    Tim Ferriss: The Barefoot Alternative: Vibram Five Fingers Shoes

  • The participants wore thong-style, flat-soled flip-flops and then regular athletic shoes while walking on a platform that measured the force they exerted when their feet struck the ground.

    Flip-Flop Flaws

  • A few pairs of flat-soled shoes were lined up on the floor, and a black leather bag hung from the knob of the closet door.

    The 6th Target

  • He chose a hooded sweatshirt, the leggings he liked, and his flat-soled, suede, ankle-high boots.

    With No One as Witness

  • The boots were flat-soled, with several thicknesses of leather pierced and sewn to heavy deerskin uppers.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • In her flat-soled sneakers, she saw, she was still quite a few inches short of having the top of her head hit his chin.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • The clatter of the horses 'hooves — and of her flat-soled leather boots — was muted when the rock floor was replaced first by coarse gravel, then by fine sand: first white, then colored sand fine as sugar, poured in intricate patterns as bright and elaborate as a woven rug.

    The Warslayer

  • The only items missing were the sweat pants and shirt and a pair of soft flat-soled black slippers, the kind for sale in any Chinatown, that he'd worn the night before.

    Blood Lure

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