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Sport Topcover

Sport Topcover

  • Description: A two-layer 3mm topcover with a bottom layer of high-rebound EVA and top layer of synthetic suede
  • Advantages: Top layer has low coefficient of friction, resistant to tearing, good cushion, relatively rigid to facilitate ease of sliding into shoe, and a pleasant “feel”, making it an excellent topcover choice
  • Disadvantages: Slightly higher cost than single layer covers

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