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Reusable Gel Arch Pads

Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
SKU: 930
Reusable Gel Arch Pads stick to the foot and conform to the arch, easing pain caused by fallen arches, weak arches, and pronation-related foot problems including flat feet. The adhesive is re-activated after hand-washing. By Myfootshop.com. 2/pkg.
$9.95
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