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  • Today Doe gave me soft-soled shoes made of deerskin leather.

    Eliza’s Freedom Road

  • He told me that recruits from the 1980s onwards began flunking out of basic training with shin splints and fractures to their weakened leg bones because they'd all worn soft-soled runners as kids rather than the hard leather shoes of earlier generations.

    Peter McAllister: Manthropology: The Science Of The Inadequate Modern Male

  • Inside, the car follows in the soft-soled footsteps of Vauxhall's reworked Astra and its new Insignia – it feels comfortable, contemporary and unexpectedly swanky.

    Car review: Vauxhall Meriva

  • Their soft-soled espionage boots touched, finally, the cobblestones, and then they looked around to see who they could grab.

    Agent Q, or The Smell Of Danger!

  • The lord stepped forward and Keris hastily lowered his heard, touching his shoulder to the ground just in time to meet the man's soft-soled foot.

    Father Swarat

  • Lacosse, of the Washington subway system, said he is personally skittish of Crocs and other soft-soled shoes.

    Crocs and Kids Bad Mix on Escalators | Impact Lab

  • The one common theme seems to be the clunky soft-soled clogs known by the name of the most popular brand, Crocs.

    Crocs and Kids Bad Mix on Escalators | Impact Lab

  • The networks ran snippets, and CNN and PBS covered the event live, There was no mention that the children had been told to wear soft-soled shoes so they would not noisily was reading remarks off a TelePrompTer at the back of the room.

    Bush The Communicator

  • And after noticing an increase in soft shoes getting caught in the hard teeth of its escalators, the Washington Metro posted warnings about wearing soft-soled shoes on its moving stairways.

    Crocs and similar soft shoes linked to escalator entrapments

  • Through the listening tube came sounds of quick movement, a swishing of soft-soled shoes on metal decks in the far recesses of the ship.

    The Star Pirates

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