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Las Vegas Vacation Pain Relief Kit - Women/Casual Shoes

Las Vegas vacation foot pain relief kit for women with casual shoes offers special event foot care, includes toe, arch and high heel footpads, get performance foot care. 



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The big trip to Las Vegas is almost here!  Have you thought of everything?  Whether you are going to a bachelorette party, clubing, shopping, or just people watching one thing is for sure you will be doing an extraordinary amount of walking.  This increase in walking will often lead to unexpected foot pain. 

You probably have not thought of everything! There are few things worse than an unexpected foot aliment.  
This can severely limit your mobility, concentration, and ultimately your productivity.  


Preparation is the key and the Las Vegas Foot Pain Relief Kit for Women/Casual Shoes has been designed with your trip in mind.  The kit contains products that address the most common foot problems a woman would potentially face in Las Vegas.  Good luck finding anything like this once you get there……


We have a dress shoe and non-dress shoe version of this kit.  In general the non dress shoe kit has predominately foam products and is designed for non-high healed dress shoes.   The dress shoe kit is designed for a night out on the town.

Most Common Foot Problems for Women:
1. Toe Pain
2. Ball of foot pain
3. Arch pain
4. Bottom of heel pain
5 High Heel shoe irritation

Toe Pain
 All Gel Toe Cap Qty 1
 Self-adhesive Gel Corn Pads  Qty 2

Ball of Foot Pain
 Metatarsal Pads ¼ inch Foam   Qty 4

Oval callus pads  1/8 inch Foam Qty 4

Arch of Foot Pain
Arch pads 1/4 inch Foam Qty 4

Bottom of Heel Pain
Beveled Heel  1/2 inch Foam one pair
U shaped Heel Spur pad 1/4 inch Foam Qty 4

Back of  Heel Shoe irritation
Kidney shaped 1/8 inch Foam pads  Qty 4


The information listed on is a recommendation for Foot Care Guidelines and internet self-diagnosis treatment. If you are experiencing persistent pain, and symptoms that do not improve with treatment of a non-prescription product consult a podiatrist.  A foot doctor can correctly diagnose the condition and make appropriate recommendations.

Dr. Mark T. Lewis, DPM

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