Gotcha! I wasn't sure about the Auster, but a lot of the aircraft of that era had round tubes.Round tubes...a bit savage on bare feet. Alsoheel brakes so footwear essential.
What's so hard to believe about that? there are plenty of far more attractive women out there.I cannot believe someone actually claims they watched Gyrocopter Girl for the aviation content - and expects us all to believe it!!
Any tread on the sole will catch on the rudder pedals - usually round tubes. Often not a lot of space for big feet so I look for a profile similar to my foot. Joggers or cycling shoes have been my choices in recent years but at Oshkosh last year I bought https://liftaviationusa.com/collections/shoes - works very well in a Pitts or similar but no good for walking.In my brief involvement in aerobatic competitions it was always interesting observing the footware of the participating pilots, usually worn down joggers with the barest of tread left on them. I had a pair of well worn tennis shoes which fitted the bill, but they were not too comfortable walking over gravel!
.. I don't want to upset you but the flare /flair thing and duel /dual. ex Chalky you see.. There is a limit.. I had to look them up to make sure it wasn't me . Nev
/monthly_2019_02/image.png.187d234eb8ca4d625b0024e80a27dea8.png" data-ratio="100">.......As I`ve got dual controls on the Drifter, on my preflight briefing, I always tell the ladies not to close their legs on the stick!!!... ...Now! back to the footwear!Too hot for underwear? I would ask Fari, he has had the opportunity to check.