Shoe-Fitting X-Ray Gimmick

Shoe-Fitting X-Ray Gimmick

In the 1950s, most American shoe stores used powerful x-ray machines as a sales gimmick that allowed customers to observe the fit of their feet inside shoes in real-time. The machines often lacked adequate shielding and were commonly used to fit children's shoes.

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