FootFitter Ball & Ring Shoe Stretcher
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A Tool to Address Common Foot & Toe Problems
The FootFitter Ball & Ring Shoe Stretcher is a versatile and powerful foot health tool. This cast iron shoe stretcher works great for individuals with bunions, bunionettes, hammertoes, corns, and other foot or toe problems. Use this device to help improve a tight shoe fit or to prevent shoe rubbing on vulnerable toe areas and pressure points.
Stretches Your Shoes to Enable Natural Toe Splay
Stretch one or multiple spots in the toe box, heel, instep, or arch regions—or anywhere your shoe might rub—to help you achieve an optimal fit. Stretching both sides of your shoes’ toe boxes (especially at the corners, where the big and little toes contact the shoe) can help prevent toe compression and enable natural toe splay.
Works Great on a Variety of Shoes
This device can be used on a variety of upper materials, from leather to synthetics. For best (and lasting) results, clamp on the FootFitter Ball & Ring Shoe Stretcher on your desired shoe location, tighten it to the necessary degree, and leave it overnight. This tool will spot-stretch the upper material but it won’t leave a significant visible bulge on the area on which it was applied.
Watch this video to see the FootFitter Ball & Ring Shoe Stretcher in action.
- Easy to use
- NF Certified Product
- Durable; made of cast iron
- Helps expand toe box volume
- Works well on a variety of footwear
- Helps improve shoe comfort and fit
- Helps address hammertoes and corns
- Helps address bunions and bunionettes
- Works well on a variety of upper materials
- Helps prevent rubbing on sensitive foot structures
The FootFitter Ball & Ring Shoe Stretcher comes in one size and works with almost all footwear.
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