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?
Which part of your body would you measure using a Brannock Device? 9.
* Get your feet measured by a professional itter, preferably using a Brannock device.
* Get your feet measured by a professional fitter, preferably using a Brannock device.
"First we start by measuring their feet with what we call a Brannock device. With the Brannock, we get an estimated size.
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.
Foot length (FL) was defined as the longest length measured along the [Brannock.sup.TM] device (Brannock Device Co., Inc., Syracuse, NY) axis.
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!").