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Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support
Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support
Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support
Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support
Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support

Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support

Item Number: PROT-PARCH
$12.95
Regular Price: $18.95
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Pro-Tec Premium Arch Support

The Pro-Tec Arch Support has been upgraded and designed without any stitching. This means that the support is more comfortable and even more low profile. This support is intended to relieve pain in the arch of the foot as well as relieve symptoms of plantar fasciitis. The Arch Support provides a slight lift in the arch similar to common taping techniques. This slight lift is intended to reduce discomfort and stress that is put on the arch of the foot. Comfortable enough to wear all day.


Arch Support Features:

  • The Arch support is intended to relieve pain in the foot related to overuse and plantar fasciitis.
  • The support has been upgraded without stitching, which makes this support low profile and even more comfortable.
  • Can be worn with or without shoes.
  • Sold as a single unit. Order Left and Right for a pair.
  • Available in left and right.
  • One size fits most.




MPN: Left:3004; Right:3003.

UPC: Left:785702030042; Right:785702030035.



2 Questions & 1 Answer
from Hartford, CT asked:
July 18, 2019
Does this arch support come in different sizes? What is the circumference of the compression around the arch area?
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This particular arch support only comes in one size. It has a velcro closure on the top of the foot that makes it extremely adjustable.
Submitted by: July 18, 2019

from Lincolon,NE asked:
October 31, 2016
Hi! I have very flat feet. I have been told that I have a bone that has collapsed in my arch. Would this help support that bone? or at least slightly?