Brannock device


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Brannock device

- The device used to measure feet for shoes.
See also related terms for shoes.
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The Brannock Device was invented by Charles F Brannock for measuring a person's what?
Most notably, the building housed the Park Brannock Shoe Store where the Brannock Device used to measure shoe size was first invented and manufactured.
First we start by measuring their feet with what we call a Brannock device.
The instrument used in shoe stores to measure feet is called the Brannock device.
Foot measurements were taken using a standard Brannock device to measure feet for shoe size.
So Lukas writes glowingly about admirable products like the Brannock Device (that black-and-silver whatsit that shoesellers use to measure your feet), skeptically about the reworking of bubble-gum characters into the MTV-ified Bazooka Joe & Comnany ("How limp") and with an air of amused exasperation about the redesign of Scott Bathroom Tissue packaging (which includes a small reproduction of the old design, captioned "Still the Original
Widths: Medium, Wide and Extra Wide as measured by Brannock device.