slipsole

slipsole

[slip-sohl]
noun
1.
an insole placed in a shoe for warmth or to adjust the size.
2.
a thin strip of material, as leather, set between the insole and the outsole of a shoe, usually for height.

Origin:
1905–10; slip1 + sole2

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