shoe leather shoe leather


  • (n) leather used to make shoes


  1. Combining digital-age technology with old-fashioned shoe leather, the Illinois Senator first rallied Iowa students to cancel Clinton's cakewalk.
  2. All too often, unwitting consumers splurge on a steak dinner and end up with shoe leather.
  3. To plumb the depths of its ancient capital, he recommends patience and the willingness to expend a great deal of shoe leather.


  • There will be trolley down in SoFo for First Friday

    The Shoe Leather Express may still be in service this First Friday, but trolleys will finally make their debut in SoFo during the First Friday SoFo Hop this month. From 5 to 11 p.m.
    on July 4, 2013     Source:

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