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Gel Corn Protectors

Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
SKU: 704
Gel Corn Protectors slip on easily and stay in place all day long, padding your toes against friction while protecting and soothing painful corns. The soft elastic fabric sleeve contains a visco-gel cushion infused with mineral oil that works to soothe and soften sore corns. One universal size. By Myfootshop.com. 2/pkg.
$6.95
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