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New Balance Metatarsal Pads, Pair

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67% of customers would recommend this to a friend (2 out of 3)
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Ease the ball-of-foot pain and tingling of metatarsalgia with New Balance Metatarsal Pads

Don’t put up with ball-of-foot pain anymore! These soft metatarsal cushion inserts help relieve the forefoot pain, burning, numbing and tingling that come with metatarsalgia and Morton’s neuroma. Adhesive backing holds the pads in place for cushioning and shock absorption right where you need it, while the slim design ensures no extra bulk in your shoe.

Features & Benefits of New Balance Metatarsal Pads:

  • Poron foam and nylon pad helps relieve forefoot pain and pressure.
  • Soft cushioning absorbs shock as you walk, helping prevent the numbing and tingling of toes that often occur with metatarsalgia and Morton’s neuroma.
  • Self-adhesive backing holds the pad in place in your shoe.
  • Slim design adds comfort without extra bulk.

Other Important Information About New Balance Metatarsal Pads:

  • Material Content: Poron, nylon.
  • Made in USA.

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hard spot

  • 1 of 5
I work as pressman been standing all day hurt my pain ball foot and also I do jog walk 2 miles this not helping me at all so poor waste money ..
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Good for Sandals

  • 5 of 5
I use other leather 3/4 arch supports for metatarsal pain in shoes. These work well in sandals. Be sure to follow directions when fitting. I used "double sided" tape to get them where i want them. Trace the area. then fasten by pulling off the tabs, revealing adhesive. However, don't go walking in water...they will come loose.
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Decent cushion, peculiar shape

  • 3 of 5
The gel cushion is more forgiving than a felt pad, but offers more support and firmness than a foam pad. However the odd "upside-down-L' shape protrudes down the outer metatarsals, which causes me some additional pain.
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