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Code only work once per account?
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As an old schooler thats been here since 2004, let me be first to shout "SHILL POST" so that I feel as though i am still a young whippersnapper
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Ah, Bitly... the infamous sock shortening service.
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These don't work.
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Ah, Bitly... the infamous sock shortening service.
Turning legitimate links into questionabl spam-looking garbage since 2011.

I have mild PF in one foot and just walk around the house in Oofos sandals and do lots of stretching. All these socks have felt good for about 5 minutes then nothing.

I'd love to be proven wrong, but I suspect they'd be $100/pair and sold through the doctor or PT.
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Quote from BeautifulClover1758 :
Code only work once per account?
i tried it again. but it says it doesn't work. not even with different color or size. Frown
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Quote from ash78 :
Turning legitimate links into questionabl spam-looking garbage since 2011.

I have mild PF in one foot and just walk around the house in Oofos sandals and do lots of stretching. All these socks have felt good for about 5 minutes then nothing.

I'd love to be proven wrong, but I suspect they'd be $100/pair and sold through the doctor or PT.
I'm not buying the socks, but I'll check into Oofos. Thanks!
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Why so many bad comments on these? I've bought these myself in the past, got plantar fasciitis since October, and I love these! They go from $11-14, so this one for $7 is a great buy for anyone who really needs these. And the code worked for me.
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Get something solid and round and roll your foot over it, fowards and backwards, as often as you can for as long as you can stand it.

The past two times we moved I ended up having pretty painful PF and we had a spool of plastic box wrapping, kind of like that shrink wrap stuff. I took the empty roll and rolled my foot on it for a week and it went away no problem.

Not sure if these socks will help if you don't have the time available. Seems like a good idea!
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Thanks, OP...Rep Given.
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Quote from ash78 :
Turning legitimate links into questionabl spam-looking garbage since 2011.

I have mild PF in one foot and just walk around the house in Oofos sandals and do lots of stretching. All these socks have felt good for about 5 minutes then nothing.

I'd love to be proven wrong, but I suspect they'd be $100/pair and sold through the doctor or PT.
none of my podiatrists recommended such socks.
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Funny thing is, i sell the same thing for my business and these costed me 2 bucks each.
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Don't know who needs to hear this, but my issue with plantar fasciitis were really tough hamstrings. Stretching them every day lead to the curing of the problem. Not sure it would work for everyone but just in case it does... Because I know the excruciating pain it causes and makes you crazy for any kind of relief.
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These don't work.
I concur, had a sever case of PF. Had cortisone injections and those worked for me.Proper shoes and specific PF insoles are essential.
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