jra at millenianet.com
Wed Dec 18 16:02:26 PST 2002
"T. C. Harp" wrote:
> However, I wonder about the height of the heal working with prosthetic
> feet that, typically, are designed for very low or no heels.
Heel height is the relationship between the foot areas "for n aft"
of the arch. Typically it's either 3/8 or 5/8 but it's usually an
internal issue. Unless you look at something like a cowboy boot.
So I don't think it would be an issue here. I don't think $160 is
too much for a good quality running shoe but... sorry I couldn't
be caught dead wearing something that looked like that. People
would point and laugh at me... even more than they do now. If
anyone wants to see a real "Form vs. Function" issue take a look
at that goofy J-Leg. Looks like a garage door spring with a wheel
as a foot.
JR Alessi (R.I.B.)
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