Definitions for track shoe
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a light, heelless, usu. leather shoe with steel spikes or a rubber sole, worn for racing or running on a sports track.
Origin of track shoe:
Track spikes, or just spikes, are pointed protrusions usually made of metal, ceramic or plastic that are screwed into the bottom of most track and field shoes to increase traction and minimize the likelihood of slipping. The term "spikes" can also refer to track shoes featuring such protrusions. Spikes are similar to studs which are used for team sports, although generally smaller.
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