1. the steepness of a slope, especially of a roof.
2. (shoes) the difference in the stack height (padding) between the heel and the forefoot.
Most of us will therefore agree that the pitch of a shoe should be given as a comparison between the thickness at the heel and the thickness at the forefoot, preferably taken using callipers or similar.
Based on this understanding, what do you estimate as the pitch for each of the shoes below?