“This has done more for my foot pain than anything else I have tried!” —Tim K., Zuriy customer
LIFTS FALLEN ARCHES AND FLAT FEET
Are you dealing with the pain of fallen arches, flat feet, or plantar fasciitis? We know how awful those things can be, which is why we are offering you instant relief with our world-renowned foot braces. They help reduce pain in the heel, arch, ball of the foot, knee, hip, and lower back.
AidFeet™ provides your feet with the ultimate in comfort each time you slip our braces on. Every step you take will feel like clouds beneath your tired, sore, achy feet.
The braces feature shock-absorbing, compression technology that help relieve the pain of tired, strained, and sore feet. Through actually patient testing, our braces have shown to support your feet, knees, hips, and lower back. You can comfortably wear them with ANY shoes or barefoot.
AidFeet™ is made from breathable fabric and is comfortable enough to wear every day. It has a non-slip sole and can be worn with or without footwear. One size fits all.
— Breathable fabric, comfortable compression band, durable non-slip sole. — Promotes balance & body alignment. — Wear with any shoe, even barefoot. — Shock-absorbing core, for all-day comfort & support. — Hugs foot for maximum support & a perfect fit. — Lift fallen arches, flat feet, and other foot issues — Helps reduce heel, arch, ball of foot, knee, hip and lower back pain — Reduces discomfort — Comfortable enough for everyday use — One size fits all
Statistics have shown that plantar fasciitis is one of the most rampant causes of heel discomfort. This ligament is flat and runs line a band that connects your heel bone to your toes.
It is responsible for supporting the arch of your foot. Should you strain this ligament, it becomes weak, inflamed, and swollen. That is what causes pain when you walk.
Most commonly, plantar fasciitis issues are seen in middle-aged folks. However, this condition can occur in younger people, as well. Athletes and soldiers are often affected.
COMMON CAUSES OF PLANTAR FASCIITIS:
— Excessive pronation (rolling of the feet when walking) — High arches/flat feet — Walking, standing, or running for extended periods of time on hard surfaces — Being overweight — Wearing ill-fitting shoes — Tight Achilles Tendons or calf muscles