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Cool Stretch Night Splint with Sealed Ice

4.2 out of 5 stars 184 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Fixed angle support helps reduce stress on the plantar fascia.
  • Removable toe lift allows you to adjust the flexion under the ball of foot.
  • Ice pack can be placed up or down, providing cold therapy to help relieve inflammation where needed.
  • Foam with polyester laminate, nylon, high-density polyethylene, polyester fleece...
  • Polyethylene and water Sealed Ice pack. Care: Hand wash. Air dry.

Product Description

Size: M(W6-9/M5-10)

Scientific studies show that regular use of a night splint helps treat plantar fasciitis. Cool Stretch delivers a dynamic combination of cold therapy to reduce inflammation and fixed angle support for effective passive stretching of the plantar fascia throughout the night. The rigid yet comfortable low-profile design provides constant 90-degree dorsiflexion of the foot, alleviating morning tension and stiffness. The sealed ice pack moves freely for targeted pain relief. Adjust the tension with two hook-and-loop straps...

Product Details

Size: M(W6-9/M5-10)
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B003O2M05O
  • UPC: 082161503118
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,397 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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By S. Grant on February 4, 2011
Size: Medium Verified Purchase
I have suffered with plantar fasciitis for almost a year now, at times limping with every step. Even a cortisone shot only helped for a few days (don't do that one-it's agony!!!). The one thing I hadn't tried was a night splint-my podiatrist doesn't "believe in them." Wow! It was easier to get up the first morning and within a few days I felt better throughout the day. I am now well on the road to recovery. Oh, I also "fired" my podiatrist.
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I finally found something that gives me the night-time support that I need for my plantar faciitis - that doesn't cut off circulation and doesn't let you fall out of the brace. There are 3 velcro straps that can be adjusted to your comfort AND there are locking straps on the top and middle straps to keep the velcro in place. Those are also adjustable. I only occasionally use the ice pack that come with it, if I've had a painful day. The ice pack is not so cold that it's uncomfortable, but it stays cold long enough to feel relief (usually beyond when I fall asleep). The one thing I will say is that it is a little bulky and it is sometimes a challenge to get your feet positioned comfortably. Back sleepers won't have this issue. As a side sleeper, I actually rest my other foot on the ridge of the splint to try to keep that one at 90 degrees. The splint is light enough that I can do this sleeping on either side. The front wedge that keeps your toes up isn't very noticable to me; my toes are already higher than they should be just standing. Walking with this splint takes some getting used to, but I've also never had a broken bone or a need for other splints, so I imagine it would be somewhat similar. I keep it on if I need to get up in the middle of the night and get around just fine. The skids on the bottom keep it from ruining the floor.

All around, a great product!
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Size: Medium Verified Purchase
When deciding to purchase this splint, I saw some reviews from women saying the size they ordered was much too large. I suspect the men's sizing is fairly accurate (most likely it was made, and marketed, by men), but if you are familiar with the typical difference in numbering between men and women's shoes, you will agree something is strange here. I wear a 9.5-10 women's running shoe, which is about the same size as a man's 8. I ordered the Medium, and it's a perfect fit with some room to spare both in length and width. The large would have been gigantic on me, so I am glad I did not blindly follow the manufacturer's sizing suggestions.

I propose the sizing should be something more like:

Small: Women <6.5/7, Men <5
Med: Women 7-10.5/11, Men size 5-10
Large: Women 11+, Men 10+

Other than the wonky sizing instructions, I very much like the splint. The ice pack is quite cold, even with a thin sock on, and gave me the same cold ache as I get from an ice massage. I agree with another reviewer who said that the velcro portion of the top strap is potentially a little short for someone with larger calves. However, the strap on the overlapping buckle is long enough that the velcro not meeting well shouldn't keep someone from using the splint effectively. I am using the splint without the toe wedge until my foot loosens up some, but I like that the velcro on the wedge allows you to adjust the placement to get more or less of a stretch. I previously tried a dorsal-style splint (the futuro one), and no matter how I adjusted it my toes fell asleep or it just didn't position my foot properly. This boot style is bulkier but much more comfortable and effective.

According to the instructions, the removable soft liner is hand-washable. It's attached in the boot with velcro, so it isn't too difficult to get back in place.
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Size: Medium Verified Purchase
I looked around for something to help with relief from my plantars fascitis. Decided to try this product althought there were not reviews for it as it seemed to have all the features I was looking for after studying what others bought and did.
First, this product is working for me. I have a huge amount of relief from pain since I started wearing this. I still have pain after walking around work a lot (walk in work shoes on concrete and steel all day). I have almost no pain walking around home and days off. This product works. The ice pack is a nice feature as I use this when I'm sitting watching television for more then a few minutes I can ice the heel area as well.
There is one problem I can see people having. The strap at the ankle is fairly short. It works for my ankle area but I have only about 1/2 inch or so to spare so if you have large ankles...
Even so, I would recommend you getting this only if you suffer the same issue. I have heel pain with my plantars fascitis, not sure if it would help if you are having arch pain, as I never had the arch pain.
Overall I am very pleased with this purchase and if I need to wear it for a long term, would probably buy it again for when the one I have wears out.
Delivery took the full amount of time it said it would (I ordered the free shipping). Not a complaint, just an observation. It didn't take long once it was actually shipped, but didn't get shipped out for a few days which made it take longer.
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Size: Medium Verified Purchase
I've had a very severe, persistent case of Plantar Fasciitis that has lasted several months. I tried a dorsal night splint prior to this one. It was uncomfortable and made my toes fall asleep, causing me to have to remove it in the middle of the night. This one is so comfortable, I rarely notice it's on while I'm sleeping. My foot is slowly getting better, so I believe this splint is helping.
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