Superfeet FitStation, which makes 3-D scans of customers feet, at Fairhaven Runners in Bellingham. (Andy Bronson | The Herald)

Superfeet FitStation, which makes 3-D scans of customers feet, at Fairhaven Runners in Bellingham. (Andy Bronson | The Herald)

Best foot forward: Ferndale company to make custom shoes easy

Long specializing in insoles, Superfeet is putting 3-D machines in stores to make customized shoes.

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