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      Product Specifications

      Color

      Blue

      Item #

      080322

      Style #

      7001-00

      Powerstep UltraStretch Night Sock

      Easy and quick to apply, the Powerstep UltraStretch Night Sock is designed to comfortably stretch the calf muscles and soft tissues of the foot while at rest or during sleep. Keeping the foot in a neutral position, the sock helps alleviate heel pain associated with common overuse injuries like Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis. A lightweight and breathable material ensures that you wont overheat. The non-stretch toe portion ensures flexion originates at the ball of the foot, not the toes, to deliver effective stretch and pain relief.

      • The seamless construction at the toes will minimize irritation so you can get the full benefits of the sock.
      • Adjustable calf band prevents the sock from slipping.
      • Adjustable dorsiflexion strap provides a slight, gentle and effective stretch.
      • Latex-free.

      Sizing

      Regular: Up to 16" calf size
      Large: 16-21" calf size

      *Measurements refer to body size, not garment size.

      average rating 5.0 out of 5
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      2 Reviews
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      serves purpose although I wish top elastic was adjustable.

      Serves its purpose. I just wish it had Velcro adjustable top edge. I couldn't wear it all night. Elastic too tight.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Super helpful

      I used this for 4 days at night and the planter faciatis that I had been battling for a year had basically gone away.

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