£6.50

Silicone gel pads for Plantar area. The Gel Metatarsal Pad is a soft, silicone gel cushion that helps to reduce pressure on the forefoot while providing maximum comfort. The reinforced toe loop helps to ensure proper fit. This product is washable and reusable. Sold as a pair.

Full description

Description

  • Absorbs shock, impact, and provides even distribution of pressure in the forefoot area
  • Ideal for conditions such as fat pad atrophy, metatarsalgia, and Morton’s neuroma
  • Anatomically designed for comfort and support
  • Helps to reduce the burning sensation in the metatarsal heads
  • Silicone construction with reinforced toe loop to ensure proper fit

Specification

Body Area
Feet
Condition
Morton's Neuroma & Metatarsalgia , Ball Of Foot Pain,
Material
Gel Cushion

Delivery & returns

We delivery to the UK and Northern Ireland only, please see our costs below. Our shipping basket will calculate your delivery costs. Please note that delivery estimates are subject to stock availability.

Delivery Costs

UK Mainland Under £25 - £2.95 (Royal Mail)
Most items under £25 will be sent by Royal Mail First Class. This does not guarantee next day delivery. If you order before our daily delivery cut off time of 2:30pm, items delivered by Royal Mail usually arrive within 1 to 2 working days.

UK Mainland Over £25 - FREE (UK Mail Courier)
Order over £25 and delivery to mainland UK is Free. 

UK Highlands, Northern Ireland & Outer Areas - £14.95 (UK Mail Courier)
Order over £25 and delivery to mainland UK is Free.

UK Mail Courier Deliveries are sent on a next day service. This means 'next day' from the day we dispatch the order. Depending on the time of your order, you will usually receive your goods in 1 - 2 working days.

Jersey - £14.95 (UK Mail Courier)
We have a maximum order value of £200 per order for Jersey.

Returns

Please read our full returns policy here.

Customer reviews

(3/5)
1 review for Podopro Gel Ball of Foot with Loop
Julie Wilton
10/09/2018
I am trying this to help with the burn in my toes, as an alternative to the orthotics provided by
the podiatrist which don't help that much. It's early days, I love the feeling under my toes, think it'll take a bit of getting used to though.
Rated 3 out of 5