Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports
The Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports are soft metatarsal pads for relieving the symptoms of splayfoot.
The Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports are soft T-shaped pads that support the metatarsal bones to assure the anatomically correct position of the foot and relieve the latitudinal arch for added support and relief of any associated pain. The Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports feature a self-adhesive underside and can be worn with any heel height.
- 1 x Pair of Metatarsal Supports
Features & Benefits of the Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports
- T-shaped metatarsal pad, for targeted metatarsal support
- Alleviates symptoms of splayfoot
- Genuine leather for supreme comfort
- Self-adhesive, making them easy to use
Size Guide for the Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports
The Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports are available in 4 sizes. Please select your shoe size from the chart below:
|EU Size ||UK Size ||Length ||Width |
|35 - 37 ||2 - 4 ||82mm ||65mm |
|38 - 40 ||5 - 7 ||90mm ||71mm |
|41 - 43 ||7 - 9 ||96mm ||73mm |
|44 - 46 ||10 - 12 ||99mm ||78mm |
Are the T Form Supports Suitable for Metatarsalgia?
The T Form supports are well suited to most types of metatarsalgia, however they might not be suitable for all types of metatarsalgia, depending on personal preference and the nature of your condition. If you would like an alternative to the T Form with a lower profile, we would recommend trying the Pedag Galant or Pedag Drop Metatarsal Supports instead.
Instructions for Use
The Pedag T Form Metatarsal Supports should be situated just behind the toe joints. To find the right position inside the shoe, remove your existing insole and position the T-Form. Please see the image below for an indication of the correct position.
An indication of how the Pedag T-Form should be positioned
Then put the shoes on and walk around. If the pad does not feel comfortable, reposition it and try again. Once it feels comfortable, completely remove the release liner so that the pad securely adheres to your shoe (see the image below).
Remove the backing to affix your metatarsal pad securely
Once this step has been followed, the pad should be securely and comfortably fixed to your insoles, which can then be replaced in your shoe. If your shoe features non-removable insoles, please use the above method within your shoe.