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But how big his feet needs to be? I mean to have that height, I guessing it has to be at least somewhere in between 90cm thighs. I don't know.

Take a look at Kai Greene's measurements (bodybuilder):

**Betelgeuse**But how big his feet needs to be? I mean to have that height, I guessing it has to be at least somewhere in between 90cm thighs. I don't know.

Take a look at Kai Greene's measurements (bodybuilder):

**Height:**1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)**Off Season Weight:**136–145 kg (300–320 lb)**Competition Weight:**116–121 kg (260–270 lb)**Arm Size:**56 cm (22 in)**Leg Size:**85 cm (33 in)**Chest size:**148 cm (58 in)

Check out his height and the size of his legs.

Well, take a guy like Shaq, he's 7' 1" and wears a size 23 shoe (almost 16 inches long). That's close to a Bigfoot. Its proportional. Also, foot size has little to do with leg circumference. Its more about stability of the animal than it is proportions. If you'll notice, most 4 legged animals have pretty tiny feet since they have 4 stabilization pads.

Most Bigfoot prints vary between 13 and 20 inches. The largest ever found that I know of is 27 inches.