Full Steel Turf Toe Insoles for Men and Women: Pain Relief and Prevention from Turf Toe
Full Steel, Turf Toe Insoles are recommended by foot health professionals because they are ideal for preventing Turf Toe: soft tissue injury or a ligament strain that affects the big toe joint, which is typically caused from jamming the big toe or the constant push off movement when running or jumping - movements that often extend the big toe's normal range of motion. These full steel toe inserts for shoes will not only help prevent Turf Toe, but also provide stability to reduce discomfort from ball of foot pain and arthritis pain. They also combine the benefits of a special spring steel insert with the cushioning of a padded top. The Full Steel, Turf Toe Insoles are also perfect for wearers who require a rigid or semi-rigid shock absorbing footbed.
- Please note: If you wear a half size, please order the whole size BELOW. For example, if you're a size 9.5, it's recommended to order a size 9.
- Helps immobilize the big toe joint to keep it from extending from its normal range of motion
- Helps stabilize the foot to minimize pain from foot arthritis and Metatarsalgia (ball of foot pain)
- Used to avert and correct M.P. (Metatarsophalangeal) joint injuries.
- Packaged per pair
- Laser cut spring steel .020" thick
- 1/8" durable felt
- A Arch support
- R Removable Footbed
- S Shock Absorbing
- A Achilles Tendonitis
- A Arch Pain/Arch Strain
- A Arthritis
- C Cavus Foot
- C Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT)
- F Fat Pad Atrophy
- F Flat Feet/Fallen Arches
- H Heel Pain/Heel Spurs
- M Metatarsalgia/Ball Of Foot Pain
- M Morton's Neuroma
- P Plantar Fasciitis
- P Post-Tib Tendonitis
- S Shin Splints
- T Turf Toe
* Based on the Features, this product may be appropriate for the listed Foot Conditions.
The information provided by Healthy Feet Store, LLC and Dr. Hurless is intended for educational purposes only and not intended to be used as a recommendation for a patient's specific medical condition, treatment plan or management of a disease. Please consult your healthcare provider.