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The shoe also features a TPU plate under the lateral forefoot, which helps with hard lateral cuts and works with the strap to keep the foot secure when CP3 needs to stop on a dime.
There’s more of this Continental rubber on the forefoot in the Adios 3 than the 2.
His practice includes ankle arthroscopy, fractures, Achilles tendon disorders, total ankle replacement and forefoot reconstruction.
This is also a plus for those who prefer running on their forefoot.
The Curry 4 has a sock-like collar, but a more structured design around the forefoot gives the shoe more stability.
The news was announced on Twitter by Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times: Caleb Wilson has a forefoot injury that will require surgery and sideline him for rest of the season.
Most women have a narrow heel and a wider forefoot, and a pointed toe or narrow toe box could cause bunions, hammer toe, ingrown nails and other problems.
Its right forefoot lies by its side, its five digits splayed upward.
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Definition of forefoot for English Language Learners
: either one of the front feet of a four-footed animal
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