AB - Andrea Boldrini Chaussures 3B
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FINDING THE GOOD
SIZE - GET THE KNACK
1 -The wrong size.
Even with a wider slipper, the heel blocking tension will
anyway strain the foot to compression at the tip.
The slipper having an unbalanced volume, the big toe will
consequently bear the most of the load. Changing for one
or two sizes above won’t make a big difference.
If you don’t want to have squashed toes, choose a model
with a moderate pressure at the heel or an appropriate
lacing to maintain the foot laterally.
2 -The good size for a clear-cut
The slipper must be free of any important gap,
neither over the width of the foot nor on the heel.
A well fi tted slipper will ease the structure support and will
prevent any twisting that might lead to a loss of movement
As a result, the points of compression will be correctly
distributed over the whole foot.
A gap below the arch of the foot and the heel can come
about according to the morphology of the foot but that
won’t cause any loss of movement accuracy.