Our feet are arguably one of the most exhausted parts of our body, and one of the most neglected. Among the other parts of our body, our feet get the most wear and tear. There are a lot of daily activities that stress our feet—the first is carrying all our weight. Then there’s walking, running, and standing for long periods of time. Unfortunately for our tootsies, we just can’t avoid these activities.
Hence, our feet are also prone to develop certain health problems. For one, it is the part farthest to our heart. So, less oxygenated blood reaches it. This can cause a string of conditions that are so painful, we’d wish we did not tiptoe around our feet’s health.
If you have plantar fasciitis, you would know what I mean, am I right? Plantar Fasciitis is a painful condition that you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy. It is a foot is an ailment that results in pain in the heel and bottom of the foot. The causes of this disorder are not really clear, but the certain this is that it’s awful to live with it.
In Rikedom Sports, we know how to live with pain. So, our philosophy is to develop products that can solve customers’ problems. And that’s how we develop our plantar fasciitis foot sleeves. That’s also the very reason why we are the best on the market. Our foot sleeves use the best material and medical compression machine to create graduated compression. Graduated compression is like a funnel effect. It boost circulation, replenish your feet with oxygenated blood, and eliminate lactic acid built up.
So how does it work, exactly? The plantar Fasciitis sleeve has 6 different zones of compression; the tightest at the arch and ankle. The compression level lessen toward upper cuff and lower cuff. What it does is it gives the arch and ankle compression, boost circulation and thus reduce acid build up and help sending oxygenated blood to the ankle and arch. This way, it gives support your ankle and arch while reducing your pain. Moreover, our extra-long upper cuff not only keeps the sleeves in place but also reduces the chance of being too tight on ankle.
While everyone's condition is different, we have many customers posted they were cured in 1 day, with our foot sleeves.
Make sure you measure your arch size to determine sleeve size (NOT SHOE SIZE). To get arch size, please wrap measuring tape around middle of your feet.
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