It was a partial print only - the LOGO was legible. The Ramseys denied that any of them had owned Hi-Tec shoes or boots, however, it transpired that Burke had indeed owned a pair of Hi-Tec shoes which had compasses on the laces. This seems to have come out during the Grand Jury and Lin Wood was apparently more concerned with the leak than with the fact itself. Elsewhere, it is being claimed that:- http://www.webbsleuths.org/dcforum/DCForumID61/1825.html Does this mean that the print couldn't have been Burke's? Absolutely not. Here's why:- Grade school Sizes Age = 9 -10 Years Inches = 9 1/8" - 9 13/16" Kid's Size = 5 - 7 Men's Shoes Sizes Inches = 10 1/2" - 10 2/3" Men's Size = 9 1/2 http://www.fogdog.com/fog-determine-your-childs-shoe-size--bg-301801.html There would be little more than half an inch difference in length between a youth size 5 and an adult size 9.5. That print was NOT complete enough to determine a 0.5 - 1 inch difference in length. The Hi-Tec print cannot be dated. TeamRamsey claim that it was recent because there was fast growing mould in the basement - proving that it must have been fresh, but photos taken many month apart showed there was no difference in the mould - it hadn't perceptibly grown or spread. If Burke made the print - so what? He lived in the house and it certainly isn't evidence that he was involved in his sister's death. The FACT is that the print is not going to catch any perp. Hi-Tecs are common enough footwear and almost 10 years have passed since the murder. It is ridiculous to hold it up as "evidence". It isn't.