Re: Beveled heels and toes on boots


Maxine McArthur
 

Hi Gin
The principle would be the same, but Scoots don't give you much material to bevel as they are quite thin in the sole and the toe is open anyway. I think you'd damage the structural integrity of the boot by doing an aggressive bevel. Scoots are not usually recommended for rehab as they are thin-soled and hard to fit a thick pad into while still achieving a good fit at the heels, so it isn't as likely that you'd need to bevel them in the first place. 
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