- Jun 12, 2011
- Reaction score
ah yes, long heel is what I meant, I can’t even get a simple term right."Long heel" / "Treadline"--two different things.
Reducing the instep girth might...emphasis might...also reduce the long heel a bit. And that would tighten the facings gap, which, if everything else is correct (or close), might reduce the gaps at the sides of the foot, simply through the mechanism of tightening the laces over the instep. Gaps like that are complex and the reason for them goes right heart of the suitability of the last (in terms of shape and size) to the foot.