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Vibram

[vahy-bruh m] /ˈvaɪ brəm/
Trademark.
1.
a brand of lightweight, rubberlike material used for the soles of shoes and boots.
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Vibram

/ˈvaɪbrəm/
noun
1.
trademark a special type of moulded rubber sole, widely used for climbing and walking boots
Word Origin
C20: from Vi(tale) Bram(ini), Italian climber who devised the product
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