bottom filler

bottom filler

infill material (e.g. granulated cork) between in- and outsoles of an Oxford lasted shoe, enclosing the shank, and providing shock absorption beneath the metatarsal heads
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Bottom fillers costing about Dhs30,000 are one of the procedures attracting increased interest, though nose jobs, breast augmentation, post-natal and weight loss surgery remain the most common.