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Pedag SOFT Shoe Insoles

Manufacturer: PedagUSA
SKU: 820
The Pedag Soft Insole offers an additional layer of padding for your shoes. Tighten loose shoes or wear them over firmer inserts or heel lifts. Easily trim with scissors for a perfect fit. By PedagUSA. 1 pair/pkg.
$6.95
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