Improper arch support and misalignment of your heel and forefoot as you walk can result in Heel Pain.
The dual layer construction of these heel cups with its shock absorbing properties provides amazing support and comfort to your feet all day long.
The dual density soft gel silicone absorbs shock on heel impact and provides even pressure distribution providing relief from heel pain as well as ankle pain, knee pain and back pain. Two levels of silicones; soft and firm, blue area is extra soft for greater cushioning of sensitive areas. Lightweight, flexible and durable, with a unique airflow system, these insoles have an antibacterial lining, for odor free feet, that absorbs moisture so feet stay fresh and dry all day long.


The "off" amount and percentage simply signifies the calculated difference between the seller-provided original price for the item and the seller's current discounted price. The arch support and cupped heel design provides a firm support to reduce mid-foot pain and reduce the risk of injury. Made with 100% medical grade silicone gel, these heel cups are hypoallergenic, non-toxic, non-flammable and odor free.
They provide extra support for the arch and Helps correct alignment of the foot & ankle, thus providing comfort and relief for people who are on their feet all day.
Temperature control properties ensure that these heel cups will not get warmer than your body temperature.


The extra soft Insoles, reduce shock and impact on the foot, especially the heel and can help to provide instant relief from heel or foot pain.



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