ZenToes Achilles Heel Gel Padded Sleeve - 1 Pair

SKU# 27423

ZenToes Achilles Heel Gel Padded Sleeve - 1 Pair

SKU# 27423
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Don’t suffer with sore, tired heels after a long day on your feet; get ZenToes Achilles Heel Tendonitis Sleeves and give them comfortable, all-day support.
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ZenToes Achilles Heel Gel Padded Sleeve - 1 Pair
$12.99
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This product is HSA eligible

Don’t suffer with sore, tired heels after a long day on your feet; get ZenToes Achilles Heel Tendonitis Sleeves and give them comfortable, all-day support.

Every ZenToes Achilles support sleeve is specially designed to help reduce pain and relieve soreness; all backed by quality assurance.

Take your health to the next level with HSA eligible Foot Care products.

Benefits:

  • Provides heels with compressive support to relieve pain caused by injury or standing all day long
  • Reduces daily pain, as well as tendonitis, bursitis, heel bumps or tenderness, or even dryness

Features:

  • Form-fitting, flexible support
  • Breathable with gel-Infused heel pad
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Unisex (Men and Women)
  • Moisture wicking to reduce odors
  • Shock-absorption

Includes:

  • Achilles Heel Padded Sleeves (1 Pair)

Consult your physician to be sure this is an appropriate aid for you, especially if you have poor circulation or diabetes.

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