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Thirty48.com has 2-Pack Thirty48 Plantar Fasciitis Compression Sleeves/Socks (FC-2PK) on sale for $26.75 - $10.75 w/ discount code FC919 = $16. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Everyone's body is different, but I feel my plantar fasciitis healed best/quickest once I committed to the daily stretching and strength building routines you can find online to help alleviate it.

I tried insoles, barefoot style shoes, and a boot to keep your foot stretched while you sleep, but the stretching and strength building routines seem to have the biggest impact. I still like wearing neutral/zero drop shoes that simulate barefoot walking.

I don't believe these socks will provide relief.

EDIT: I also had it in both fee for just over a year. I had it in my right foot for about 7 or 8 months, of which in the sixth month I developed it in my left foot. The right foot healed first then my left foot.
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Any comments or recommendations on the deal? I'm thinking of getting it. Never tried compression socks for my Plantar Fasciitis, just used insoles.
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Who is 30/48?
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Any comments or recommendations on the deal? I'm thinking of getting it. Never tried compression socks for my Plantar Fasciitis, just used insoles.
we have found Thirty48 products to be of superior quality.
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The real question is "who is 0.625?"
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I have insoles. How do these work?
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we have found Thirty48 products to be of superior quality.
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Interested. Any reviews?
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I use similar socks in conjunction with custom insoles & superfeet. I like to wear them during the day (at work) when I have flare-ups and they seem to help with pain and recovery. I don't like to use them during sports since they don't seem to help me much and are mildly uncomfortable as an added layer.
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Any comments or recommendations on the deal? I'm thinking of getting it. Never tried compression socks for my Plantar Fasciitis, just used insoles.
Everyone's body is different, but I feel my plantar fasciitis healed best/quickest once I committed to the daily stretching and strength building routines you can find online to help alleviate it.

I tried insoles, barefoot style shoes, and a boot to keep your foot stretched while you sleep, but the stretching and strength building routines seem to have the biggest impact. I still like wearing neutral/zero drop shoes that simulate barefoot walking.

I don't believe these socks will provide relief.

EDIT: I also had it in both fee for just over a year. I had it in my right foot for about 7 or 8 months, of which in the sixth month I developed it in my left foot. The right foot healed first then my left foot.
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I have suffered from planters for last couple of years. As previous commenter have said keep stretching, and I have found changing my diet helped too. Less sodium and more potassium in takes help as well. Also if you rigorous activities wear recovery compression afterward helps alot too!
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these will not help with plantar fasciitis, but it will help with inflammation (ie swelling). u need good supportive shoes, never walk barefoot, and do calf stretches (provided u are not too inflammed).
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Have sock work well, however, very difficult to get socks in shoe with out insert edge rolling up in shoe or sock. Very annoying!!
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Any comments or recommendations on the deal? I'm thinking of getting it. Never tried compression socks for my Plantar Fasciitis, just used insoles.
I have several of their RU Running Light compression socks [thirty48.com] and several of their CP Compression compression calf sleeves [thirty48.com]. I find them to be far superior to all my other socks/sleeves and frequently try to use them as often as I can over the other brands I have. The material is super thin but strong and flexible.

Edit: I don't have Plantar Fasciitis, so my comments are solely based on my experience using their product for running. I use compression socks/sleeves for running and working out as it helps with my shin splints and seems to aid in quicker recovery after workout.

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They are a company that makes athletic compression socks/sleeves, mostly for running, cycling, and hiking. They would be the brand that you would find in a higher-end specialty shop instead of Dick's/Target/Walmart, like those running stores that fit shoes to your running style. They run a little pricey, but if you are putting a lot of miles on them they seem to last and be very well made.
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