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Foot Petals Tip Toes Blue Powder-Scent Single Pair - #BTTF1007-BPS
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Foot Petals Tip Toes Blue Powder-Scent Single Pair - #BTTF1007-BPS

Item# SPM1842464601P | Model# BTTF1007-BPS | Added on May 15, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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Our Tip Toes Blue Powder-Scent Single Pair - #BTTF1007-BPS will have you stepping out in style and comfort. These flower-shaped foot cushions are virtually invisible in all of your shoes and make a fashion statement when you slip off your shoes. Foot Petals Tip Toes cushions and protect the bones and tissue in your ball-of-the-foot area, while helping to prevent calluses from forming. Make all of your shoes more comfortable. -- Foot Petals were created for those of you that have a love-hate relationship with your shoes. They provide virtually invisible cushions that make your shoes more comfortable and stop annoying painful issues. They are made of Poron performance urethane, a non-latex, hypoallergenic, and eco-friendly material. Poron is a breathable, open cell material which allows air to escape, keeping your feet cool and dry.Foot Petal are three times lighter and thinner than gel and come with a lifetime guarantee. Plus they are fun and fashionable, coming in designer colors and pretty, but functional shapes. You don't have to suffer to be beautiful! -- Size: 1 Pair - One Size For All; Color: Bridal Blue
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