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DuraFlex Bunion Sleeve Protectors

  • Silicone gel pad within the sleeve naturally protects the bunion from irritation which can lead to sore skin and swelling, and corns and calluses
  • Comfortable sleeve slips over the upper foot securely to prevent slippage
  • One Size Fits All – Stretches to suit any feet size on both men and women
  • Includes 1 Pair

Designed for protecting the bunion from irritation, our DuraFlex Bunion Sleeve Protectors prevents the bunion from rubbing against rough surfaces when wearing any type of footwear. As a result, common bunion symptoms – sore skin, swelling, corns and calluses – are avoided.

Optimised for comfort and a secure fit, the sleeved design of our bunion protector ensures that there’s no slippage whether they’re worn with or without socks and shoes; and the stretch fabric provides a natural feel when worn, no matter if you’re at work or in bed.

Bunions can occur in anyone – men, women, children and the elderly – this means that our DuraFlex Bunion Sleeve Protectors are suitable for anyone; regardless of whether your bunion was caused by wearing poorly fitted shoes, having uncommonly flexible joints, arthritis or simply the pressures of being on your feet for too long.

We are confident in the effectiveness of all our products and each one is backed by our 2 year guarantee.

How Do They Help?

One of the worse things you can do if you have a bunion is to put prolonged pressure on it by wearing restrictive footwear. Not only does this encourage swelling and development of the bunion, but it can also be very painful.

Our DuraFlex Bunion Sleeve Protectors gently slides over your feet and protects the bunion with an accurately placed silicone gel padding inside.

Because of its slim profile, soft fabric, and flexible fitting, they can comfortably be worn on a day-to-day basis, whether you’re at work or simply going for a stroll in the park – no sweat, no swelling, no slippage and no pain.

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