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70% of customers would recommend this to a friend
(7 out of 10)
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Powerstep® Metatarsal Cushions, Pair

Item #: 40113
70% of customers would recommend this to a friend (7 out of 10)
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Powerstep® Metatarsal Cushions redistribute ball-of-foot pressure to relieve foot pain

This compact Powerstep cushion made of Poron® fits easily into your shoe and redistributes weight on the metatarsal bones to relieve forefoot pain. Self-adhesive backing secures cushion securely in place.

Features & Benefits of Powerstep® Metatarsal Cushions:
  • Poron, microcellular polyurethane, cushions the weight in your forefoot and evenly spreads it out so you feel less pressure in one spot.
  • Self-adhesive backing secures the cushion in place so there's no need to adjust the fit.
  • Compact size fits easily into most shoes without changing the fit.
  • Left and right design provides a more exact fit inside the shoe.
 
Other Important Information About Powerstep® Metatarsal Cushions:
  • Fits normal foot types, including flat feet.
  • Material Content: Poron urethane foam.
  • Made in USA.

Customer Reviews  1 - 4 reviews of 10
Too bulky at one end

  • 2 of 5
The pads are too bulky at the end that goes right below the pad of your foot. It feels like a big lump and I could not use them. If they were made with a more gradual ending to the pad, it would be much more comfortable.
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Disappointed!

  • 1 of 5
very flimsy, poor quality, could bought similar quality at the pharmacy,
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Great invention

  • 5 of 5
I ALWAYS use these in ANY pair of shoes. They solved the pain problem that I now no longer have.
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useful help for metatarsial pain

  • 5 of 5
These cushions really do help relieve my metatarsal pain. I use them (evenings - short term) in dress shoes which are not big enough to carry an insole. Also use in shoes which hold a thin over-the-counter insole with metartarsal bump. (I stick them over the built-in bump for the extra help I need, and can wear them all day. Do not need them inside athletic shoes because my custom insoles fit. Have not tried them in sandals yet, but have high hopes.
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