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ventilating insoleの例文

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  • In 1942, fused layers of original-specification Saran or PVDC were used to make woven mesh ventilating insoles for newly developed jungle boots made of rubber and canvas.
  • This included changes in rubber sole composition ( to avoid marking linoleum floors at stateside army bases ), and use of waterproof Poron linings instead of Saran ventilating insoles.
  • In 1942, fused layers of original-specification Saran or PVDC were used to make woven mesh ventilating insoles for newly developed jungle or tropical combat boots made of rubber and canvas.
  • The Saran ventilating insoles trapped air which was circulated throughout the interior of the boot during the act of walking; moist interior air was exchanged for outside air via the boot's water drain eyelets.