Bunion Corrector Bunion Splints and Big Toe Straighteners Separators Night Time Hallux Valgus Splints for Bunion Relief 2pcs
Bunion Corrector Bunion Splints and Big Toe Straighteners Separators Night Time Hallux Valgus Splints for Bunion Relief 2pcs

Bunion Corrector Bunion Splints and Big Toe Straighteners Separators Night Time Hallux Valgus Splints for Bunion Relief 2pcs

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$39.99
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$39.99

The bunions splints don't stop hurting at night. Our nighttime braces provide padding and moderate realignment of bunions while you sleep. 

Our bunion splint is specifically designed to stay in place while you're asleep and they won't twist around or get pulled off by your covers. 

 

What symptoms can bunion splint to help you solve? 

1. If you are suffering from Hallux Valgus, the sensitive skin is very vulnerable to pressure and friction from shoes, sometimes it may be extremely painful. But actually, you can take full advantage of the Night Time to straighten your big toe and alleviate your feet pain. 

2. This bunion brace also can be worn Postoperatively. The soft and lightweight material makes it comfortable enough to wear it on the floor, you can adjust the tightness as you need. 

3. Our bunion splint is a wonderful product for Turf Toe, the embedded unmoved aluminum bar is providing stabilized support which is turf toe needed. 

 

Why choose our Bunion Splint help you? 

- Use the Ergonomic Toe Wrap to get the perfect fit around your big toe. 

- Use the Bendable Toe Stabilizer to confirm the brace to the contour of your bunions for greater comfort. 

- Keep your big toe straight and relieve your nighttime bunion pain. 

 

Package: 

1 pair adjustable bunion corrector splint 

 

How to use:  

1. Start wearing them for 5-15 min and increase by 5 min per session until you can comfortably wear them for 30 min or more. Allow your big toe enough time to stretch. You can adjust the tightness as your need. 

2. If you have a foot condition and the pain gets worse, please stop using them and ask your doctor for more specific advice.