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shoes that cause you to orientate at a specific angle
Since 2013, 3.97 degrees is the angle of deviation from
vertical of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This is therefore
angle which gives its name to a range of shoes that cause
the wearer to lean over slightly to the one side, due to
soles and heels being contoured in pairs at 3.97º
wearing of both shoes is necessary to create the
as it starts at the outer edge of the sole of the left shoe,
and continues across to its highest point at the outer
of the right shoe's sole.
This means that on any given day, everyone walking
who wears these special shoes in the vacinity of the
leaning Tower Of Pisa will be angled from the vertical to
the exact same degree as that of the famous tower.
The shoes come with a special little glass covered badge,
displaying a miniature plumb line hanging over a gauge,
verify the exact Pisa Tower angle of 3.97º being
||Yes..... I meant to correct it. Will do now. Thanks.
||If you had a weighted body suit then normal relaxed uprightness could be leaned in
||1: The right shoe would have to be weighted to
counterbalance the lean.
2: What if I'm taking a photo from the other side of the
Leaning Tower? You'll need to sell pairs of pairs...
||3.98ºC is the temperature where water is densest.
||From the title I expected some kind of diving shoes that let you walk on the bottom of lakes.
||Consuming a sufficient quantity of 3.97º strength alcoholic beverage will produce such a tilt, or the impression of same for the consumer- which amounts to the same thing- without resorting to orthotic footwear.
||//expected some kind of diving shoes that let you
walk on the bottom of lakes// If you want to wear
that bring you to the bottom of a lake, then
attaching them to concrete blocks will do the
trick. Breathing apparatus is advisable for a more