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Pedag STEP Arch Cookie

Manufacturer: PedagUSA
SKU: 944
The Pedag STEP Arch Cookie is an adhesive-backed, sheepskin leather-covered arch support insert that can be worn in most shoes, including dress shoes and loafers. Great for high arches and arch pain. By Pedag. 1 pair/pkg. [read more]
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