Following will be added on the "info" page of the form:
Aluminum Sole In-Prints/Photo’s
This could be another very important piece of evidence that SAR could use to find you!
- Clean the sole of you shoe, boot, and camp shoes.
- Fold up a towel, lay down a sheet of foil, step on it with your shoe/boot.
- Place your entire weight onto you foot, then peel the foil off the shoe carefully.
Make prints for all your shoes: winter, trail, camp shoes.
- Label each print with a piece of masking tape that has the brand, model, and
size written on it.
- They should be stored in a plastic container or shoe box so they are not compromised.
- Take photo's of each pair of shoes, and store with sole in-print.
- Leave a copy of the sole in-print's and shoe photo’s in your car.
Thank you AlmostThere for supplying the particulars.
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