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Longitudinal Arch Cookies - Felt

Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
SKU: 983
Longitudinal Arch Cookies are felt pads that provide firm arch support for high arches, flat feet, and pronation. Great for low-profile shoes that won't accommodate a traditional insert. Adhesive-backed. Universal right/left. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
$8.95
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$8.55

Longitudinal Arch Cookies provide arch support without the bulk of orthotics or insoles. These arch pads are made of 1/4" thick natural felt and have an adhesive backing. Arch Cookies alleviate pain in the arch associated with fallen arches, weak arches, high arches, flat feet, and pronation-related foot problems.

These adhesive-backed pads conform well to the base and wall of shoes. We suggest when possible, removing insoles from shoes and placing Longitudinal Arch Cookies on the floor and medial (inside) wall of your shoes, then placing the shoes' original insole over the cookies. These arch pads are ideal for shoes with little or no built-in arch support, such as dress shoes and other low-profile footwear. Adhesive-backed. Latex-free. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.

Measurements: 4 1/2" long by 2 1/2" wide by 1/4" thick. Can be trimmed to fit.

Be sure to check out our other arch cookies, including Gel Arch Cookies, Pedag STEP Arch Cookies, and PPT Arch Cookies.

Indications - Longitudinal Arch Cookies are used in the treatment of arch pain, flat feet, and pronation.

Here's a link to our return policies and procedures.

SKU#: 983

Longitudinal Arch Cookies provide arch support without the bulk of orthotics or insoles. These arch pads are made of 1/4" thick natural felt and have an adhesive backing. Arch Cookies alleviate pain in the arch associated with fallen arches, weak arches, high arches, flat feet, and pronation-related foot problems.

These adhesive-backed pads conform well to the base and wall of shoes. We suggest when possible, removing insoles from shoes and placing Longitudinal Arch Cookies on the floor and medial (inside) wall of your shoes, then placing the shoes' original insole over the cookies. These arch pads are ideal for shoes with little or no built-in arch support, such as dress shoes and other low-profile footwear. Adhesive-backed. Latex-free. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.

Measurements: 4 1/2" long by 2 1/2" wide by 1/4" thick. Can be trimmed to fit.

Be sure to check out our other arch cookies, including Gel Arch Cookies, Pedag STEP Arch Cookies, and PPT Arch Cookies.

Indications - Longitudinal Arch Cookies are used in the treatment of arch pain, flat feet, and pronation.

Here's a link to our return policies and procedures.

SKU#: 983

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