1. Before lacing, push foot forward. One finger should fit behind heel.
2. Lace boots and stand. Wiggle our toes. They must not be cramped.
3. Kick a wall. Your toes should not touch the end of the boot.
4. Rock up and down, squat and bounce. Heel should not move in boot.
5. Stand on sides of feet to test for ankle support and painless flexibility.
Base images sourced from Back to Basics and modified by MSB.
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