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Friday, August 12, 2011

Tell Us About This Shoe...

Not much information was passed along with this photo. Is this a Quix shoe? That was my first guess, what's yours? It looks like it's a big shoe on a big foot, but maybe it's a tiny foot and it's actually an Imprint and just looks yellow? Thanks for your help! (Photo courtesy of Nottingham Vet School, Great Britain)



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3 comments:

Andrea said...

Looks like an Imprint to me! The hospital ones come in white so maybe? Unless they took the mold and made into a Quix shoe?

Travis said...

That’s an imprint shoe on your blog today. http://www.imprintshoes.co.uk/ more info can be found here. It was the quix shoe before the quix shoe.
I have used imprints prior to going to Paul's (Paul Goodness, Forging Ahead) then I began using the reverse Mustads. Now that they have been discontinued I may have to go back to the imprints. I doubt it will be a popular thing here in the us but I do think it is a great shoe with countless options.

Travis said...

Oh I forgot it is yellow because it is a urethane so like Equipak in the bottom of a foot they absorb urine and manure that discolors it