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Does a chaussure touch the bottom of your foot before your foot touches the ground?
In Canada, we typically use’solid’ rubber-soled shoes. However, some modes of transportation use ‘cork-soled’ shoes, where the sole is designed to wedge between the shoe and the surface it is on. It works, but seems to produce a haptic ‘tap’ as the sole of the shoe touches the floor. (If that makes sense…please educate me on how you think about ground contact…).
Given that most shoes have soles, and it seems reasonable that the sole (of that shoe) touches the ground before the shoe does, I was wondering if a chaussure (e.g. a shoe) would actually touch the bottom of the shoe before the shoe touches the ground, creating that kind of ‘tap’ as the shoe touches down.
(bonus question: In the case where a chaussure does not touch the bottom of the shoe, is there any different in the way the shoe feels touching down, or is that a fairly academic question?)
The bottom of shoes can be quite irregular in shape. A common shape is concave with the concave area extending into the ground.
The ground surface can be rather irregular and hard to tell just what the bottom of shoes will hit. An above-the-ground walkway between buildings can be quite bumpy.
The bottom of shoes often have a strip of rubber