Physical Therapist Makes Tiny Yeezy Boost Casts for Babies With Broken Bones, Delights Everyone

Dope casts! Washington, D.C.—based physical therapist Amanda Hall has been giving kids with broken bones a reason to smile with her designer casts. And on Nov. 27, she made one infant the lucky owner of Kanye West's Yeezy Boost 350s — the splint version.

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Hall shared a split image showing off the coveted footwear — which won Shoe of the Year earlier this month — from different angles, via her Instagram page (where she goes by @madcaster). "Infant AFOs (ankle foot orthoses) made with Delta-Cast Conformable casting tape, styled as Yeezy Boost 350 Moonrocks," she wrote.

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Hall, who does her work at a D.C. hospital, loves to amp up the orthoses she gives kids, and has been known to style them after Christian Louboutins and Air Jordans as well. "It can feel scary for kids who are getting their first cast and you really want to give them something they can be proud to show off. Yeezy does the trick," she says, adding to Us Weekly exclusively, "Kids don't usually want to wear traditional casts and splints, so I try to make them fun and stylish. Sometimes I get requests from kids or parents — today I'm working on Pokemon casts and ballet slipper splints by request."

Hall's motto? "Every baby should have great kicks, even if they are therapeutic," she tells Us. "I had the idea for the Yeezy Boosts because the new Moonrocks are the same beige color as traditional splinting material, so they are a stylish riff on traditional splints."

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