ITEM Name:Full length high arch support insole covered with breathable leather
Available Sizes:S, M, L and XL
Color: Black and Dark brown
– Reduce the repetitive shock and impact to the foot
– Redistribute pressure on foot due to high arch, relief pain caused from heavy pressure on heel and forefoot.
– Breathable leather helps absorbtion of sweat, keep foot dry and avoid funny smell.
Standard PKG:1PR/PKG, clear polybag without printing
ITEM Name:Silicone Sandal thong protector / Silicone sandal pad
Available Sizes:one size fits most
– Soft silicone surrounds the toe post of thong-style sandal to reduce friction.
– Slim tube design, well protect your toes, comfortable but still looks quite good while wearing sandal and flip flop.
– Hand washable.
Color: generally in transparent white, other colors require higher MOQ.
MOQ: 500 PRS
Standard PKG: 1 PR/PKG
ITEM NAME: Big toe bunion splint/protector/supporter
Size: one size fits most (customized sizes are available), left and right
Color: black (customized colors are available)
– Designed to provide comfortable immobilization and alignment of the big toe.
– help reduce pain following bunionectomy by positioning the big toe in proper alignment and to help prevent from further deformity
– Adjustable hook-and-loop tape fist most adults, easy to wear and firmly keep in place.
– hand washable, reusable
Metarial: Neoprene, silicone pad
MOQ: 300 pcs per application.
Standard PKG:1PC/PKG, Clear polybag without print.
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