Red Foot Alignment Socks
Whether you are afflicted with plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammer toes or any sort of foot problems that cause achy feet, going about your routine can be painful.
Sore feet can prevent you from enjoying your day, whether the cause of foot pain is due to overlapping toes or foot cramps. If you do have crooked toes, getting your toe alignment in check can make an incredible difference, and that is where The Original Foot Alignment Socks come in. Our foot alignment socks can ease chronic foot pain by way of the open front, loose fitted crew socks that feature four toe separators to gently realign the toes with the rest of the foot. You can experience relief from foot pain with these stylish red socks.
Red foot alignment socks are available in Small (Unisex size 4-6) and Medium (Unisex size 7-9). Socks are stretchy so they will accommodate a range of overlapping sizes.
Materials: 90% Cotton, 7% Polyester, 3% Elastane
What size should I order?
Small Size - Unisex 4-6 = Women's 4-6, Men's 2-4
Medium Size - Unisex 7-9 = Women's 7-9, Men's 5-8
Large Size Unisex 10+ Women's 10+, Men's 9+)
Foot alignment socks are stretchy so they will accommodate a range of overlapping sizes. For instance if you have a very wide or thick women's size 6, we would recommend a Medium, or if you have a thin women's 10, then the medium would also be your choice.
Immediate relief from the very first time I put them on. I need no encouragement to use them every day. Feel steady imorovement in strength and reduction of level of pain.
These do the job in soft terry cloth and inspiring colors! Simple clear instructions make it easy to incorporate into a busy life.
Product well made. Happy and been using it every day. I already feel an improvement in my walking.
I really enjoy wearing them they make my foot feel especially good with the bunion and I am on my feet all day.
I do love the socks very much; however, I could still use more “stuffing” between my right big toe and second toe. The bunion is beginning to grow and the pain is getting worse. It doesn’t look bad, but I had it xrayed and it’s definitely a bunion.
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