Comment from: Glen [Visitor]
Glen

Awesome post! I like how the feet are resting more in a natural position rather than regular shoes where the toes would be all crammed. Thx for sharing!

06/09/10 @ 12:35
Comment from: 22209 [Visitor]
22209

Is that a natural angle for the 1st metatarsal & medial cuneiform?

06/09/10 @ 13:11
Comment from: Patrick [Visitor]
Patrick

Cool. I can't see the extra bone though - am I just blind?

06/09/10 @ 20:18
Comment from: Shannon [Visitor]
Shannon

I was wondering the same thing about the 1st metatarsal, so I checked in my anatomy book and it looks normal. The way that the phalanges on the fourth and fifth toes curve definitely isn't normal, though. Boo tight shoes!

06/09/10 @ 22:19
Comment from: Brandon [Visitor]  
Brandon

Ok I am pretty sure this is photoshop work. The pinky toe is extending past the fabric line and actually touching the toe next to it. Its a cool pic either way though.

06/14/10 @ 12:16
Comment from: Anna [Visitor]
Anna

Brandon, that isn't a fabric line you are seeing, that's the rubber to cap line. There is stretchy fabric between the toes on VFFs and the thin fabric doesn't show in the x-ray...only the thicker denser shoe components do. I see no reason to think this image has been altered.

06/14/10 @ 15:10


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