Pun aside. Taking footwear out of the equation callusing begins and is most severe in the areas receiving the most friction. Even a heavily callused foot should have areas of uncallused skin (between the toes for example). Also, physiologically speaking a sasquatch should also have a substantially thicker fat pad which would create a wider surface on the side of the foot allowing for additional areas that might imprint dermals.
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