multi-studded sole

multi-studded sole
multi-studded sole
A sole of a football boot with many rubber pimples for use on all-weather surfaces.
Multinockensohle mpl
Sohle eines Fußballschuhs speziell für das Spielen auf Hartplätzen, die aus einer Vielzahl kleiner Nocken besteht.

Englisch-deutsch wörterbuch fußball. 2013.

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