OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve
OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve
OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve
OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve
OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve

OS1st Performance Foot Sleeve

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The FS6® Performance Foot Sleeve is the #1 selling brace in the running market for Plantar Fasciitis.  it is incredibly effective at relieving the pain of Plantar Fasciitis, chronic arch and heel pain, and swelling in the foot. Compression Zone Technology knit into this amazing foot sleeve provides medical grade orthopedic support to the foot structure and the Achilles tendon. Graduated compression improves circulation and reduces swelling, all in an ultra-comfortable moisture-wicking foot sleeve that can be worn under socks and inside shoes. FS6® can be used for resting therapy or overnight and gives morning pain relief from the first day. Worn as a pair, during your run or sport, FS6® functions as a strengthening support and Plantar Fasciitis preventative.

Targeted Conditions:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Swollen Feet
  • Arch/Heel Pain

Performance Features:

  • Provides continuous stretch of the Plantar Fascia
  • Supports the arch and overall foot structure
  • Stabilizes Achilles tendon and ankle
  • Creates a better sense of balance
  • Medical Grade Compression

Comes with two (2) compression foot sleeves per package.

Alignment of your Kinetic Chain:
More than 75% of the adult population suffer from a foot misalignment. If your feet are misaligned and unbalanced it can cause issues - muscle and joint pain, injuries and other foot-related problems - both now and in later life.
kinetic chain in and out of alignment 
Alignment starts with the feet and a strong natural foundation at the base of the body. FootBalance custom insoles support and cushion your body, providing the foundation and balance it requires.
Overpronation:
When the foot rolls inward excessively, distributing weight unevenly. One of the most common foot misalignments.
feet in overpronation
 Excessive Supination:
When the foot leans to the outside. Weight is distributed along the outside, reducing the body's natural shock absorbing capability.
feet in supinated position
Neutral:
Foot and ankle maintain a straight line. Weight is distributed evenly across the foot and heel.
feet in normal alignment