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Animal toe padding, for LARP, Cosplay, fursuits and more (1 pair)

Animal toe padding, for LARP, Cosplay, fursuits and more (1 pair)

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Make your shoes look wild, enhance your costume, or blend into a whole fursuit with these versatile, subtle animal style toes.

They are printed on demand, with flexible filament for durability. Can be built onto socks, shoes, or even around bare feet (some padding will be required for comfort and to ensure a good fit)

Can be covered with faux fur or other materials for a different finish


Full measuring guide here

Toes can be worn on socks and shoes, so suitable measurements will vary slightly depending on how you would like to wear them. The pre-set measurements are listed in the chart below, if you are unsure of the right size for you, please message me with the dimensions of either your foot, or the footwear you would like to attach the paws to and I will make the appropriate size for you.

Actual paw measurements 

A: Length of paw (outside) B. widest width (outside), C. narrowest width (Inside),
D. Height of paw (outside)

 Size A B C D
XS 110mm    120mm 85mm 49mm
S 120mm  130mm  90mm 53mm
M 130mm   140mm  95mm 57mm
L 140mm  150mm  100mm  61mm
XL 150mm  160mm  105mm  66mm


Rough suitable shoe size

(as shoe sizes vary, please use as a guide only and not as a replacement for proper measurements) 

 Size UK EU
XS 3 -4.5
4 -5.5
S 5-6.5
6 -7.5
M 7 - 8.5
41 - 42
8 - 9.5
L 9 - 10.5
43 - 45
10 - 11.5
XL 11 - 12.5  46 - 47
12 - 13.5


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How to build a fursuit head with a pre-made base (Getting ready to fur)

In this Video I will be demonstrating how I build my heads using the parts available in my store. 

This version is more how I would build suits I intend to wear for myself as the head in the video is for a cosplay. For professional suits, I have a different process that requires more duct taping and copydex adhesive... however I didn't have any copydex left during the making of this video. Anyway, hopefully this will answer some questions:

- How do I line the base?

- How do I attach it to a balaclava? (Sort of answers it, but that's the footage I lost) 6:52 (Can also be seen in "how to make a moving jaw" tutorial)

- What do I do if I don't want a moving jaw? 7:21

- How do I fit eyes to the base? 8:33

- How do I build the back of the head? 9:57

- How do I attach ears? 14:22

- How easy is it to modify? 23:49

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