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What is the difference between the EVA sole and the Outdoor Rubber Sole?

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Top EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) soles are the lightest of all the hard soles. They are firmly attached to the uppers with a heat activated glue via a card runner. We tend to use the EVA sole for slippers and boots designed for mainly indoor and light outdoor use. It is hard wearing and the front tapers to improve flexibility. This type of sole is very commonly used for sheepskin footwear. We use this type of sole on our Classic Range of ugg boots For reliability of supply our manufacturer sources their EVA soles from two suppliers. The tread pattern varies between them. They either have a basket weave pattern or are ridged. Stock will consist of either but they both offer the same qualities. We have chosen molded Rubber Lug outsole for our OUTDOOR range of sheepskin boots as they are flexible, strong and hard wearing. They feature sidewall stitch construction for maximum durability. Toe and heel are reinforced by double stitched cowhide bumpers for abrasion resistance. Each color of ... more
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EVA outsole is the lightest among all kinds of outsoles. 

And the feature of Eva are: 
Water resistance: closed cell structure, non-absorbent, moisture, water resistance is good. 
Corrosion resistance: resistant the sea water, oils and fats, acid, alkali other chemicals, corrosion, anti-bacterial, non-toxic, tasteless, non-polluting. 
Processing: no connection, and easy pressing, cutting, gluing, laminating and other processing. 
Anti-vibration: resilience and tensile strength, high toughness, good shock cushioning. 
Insulation: insulation, thermal insulation and cold temperature performance, may be resistant to cold and exposure. 
Sound insulation: Closed foam sound insulation. 
EVA sole is very commonly used for middle sole of shoes part, 

The rubber sole material can be classified into natural rubber or synthetic rubber 
The advantages of natural rubber more

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