Vibram

[ vahy-bruhm ]
/ ˈvaɪ brəm /

Trademark.

a brand of lightweight, rubberlike material used for the soles of shoes and boots.

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British Dictionary definitions for Vibram

Vibram
/ (ˈvaɪbrəm) /

noun

trademark a special type of moulded rubber sole, widely used for climbing and walking boots

Word Origin for Vibram

C20: from Vi (tale) Bram (ini), Italian climber who devised the product
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