A strong, heavy leather especially prepared for boot- and shoe-soles.
Same as sole-leather kelp.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "sole-leather" in a sentence
"I want porterhouse and a stomach that can bite sole-leather."
"The postman, however, was a wiry fellow, and as tough as any native, and he rode a pony even tougher than himself, whose cradle was a marsh, and whose mother a mountain, his first breath a fog, and his weaning meat wire-grass, and his form a combination of sole-leather and corundum."
"It happened, however, that a piece of thick sole-leather was in his shot-pouch at the time, which received the ball, and preserved his life, although the force of the blow felled him to the ground."