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Vive Arch Support Brace (Pair) – Plantar Fasciitis Gel Strap for Men, Woman – Orthotic Compression Support Wrap Aids Foot Pain, High Arches, Flat Feet, Heel Fatigue – Insert for Under Socks (Beige)

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PLANTAR FASCIITIS AND HEEL PAIN RELIEF: Providing relief from painful foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, strains and sprains, the adjustable compression brace supports the arch while in motion to reduce pain while exercising, hiking or walking. The adjustable arch brace also relieves knee, hip and back pain by maintaining proper foot alignment.
ADJUSTABLE COMPRESSION SUPPORT: Supplying upward compression and support, the arch support brace has an integrated pouch that holds up to three soft gel inserts for added support and comfort. The brace lifts and supports the arch while standing and helps to maintain proper foot alignment during motion, both pronation and supination. Designed for comfort, the low-profile arch brace can be worn with most shoes and sandals, with or without socks or barefoot.
STAYS IN PLACE ALL DAY: Secure the brace in the most comfortable position with the strong fastener strap that also allows the level of compression to be adjusted for optimal support and comfort. The inner lining is made with a non slip material that holds the brace firmly in place, eliminating slipping, bunching and pinching for a comfortable, secure fit.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND BREATHABLE: The lightweight arch support does not add bulk to your foot, easily fitting in most shoes. Constructed with a breathable, latex-free material, the brace also remains cool and dry throughout the day for exceptional comfort.
VIVE GUARANTEE: 60 day unconditional guarantee so you can purchase now with confidence.

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GTIN: 818323022926. Unit Count: 2 Count. Color: Beige. Material: Gel. Size: 8 Piece Set. Brand: Vive. Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Health & Household. ASIN: B07DHWX8RV. Manufacturer: Vive Health. Date First Available: October 25, 2018. Package Dimensions: 5.9 x 4.4 x 0.6 inches; 3.21 Ounces. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No.

40 reviews for Vive Arch Support Brace (Pair) – Plantar Fasciitis Gel Strap for Men, Woman – Orthotic Compression Support Wrap Aids Foot Pain, High Arches, Flat Feet, Heel Fatigue – Insert for Under Socks (Beige)

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  1. bluestategirl

    I developed plantar fasciitis this summer, (too much barefoot walking), which is the kind of pain that will really ruin a vacation. So, I’ve been on the seach for items to help me deal with it. I tried a hard boot and hated it, so I switched to a soft boot — which is comfortable to sleep in — but have no arch support at all, so not very effective. Also, wearing it caused pressure on my heel, causing it to hurt. (Note: Make sure the straps aren’t too tight.) Putting my thinking cap on, I set out on a search through Amazon-land to find items that might correct those issues. I came up with a winning combination. First, the Arch Support Brace by Vive (two to a pack), can be worn with most of my sandals, and are even useful when I’m barefoot. I love them so much that I bought a pair for two other people who are also suffering with PF, and boy were they grateful! The soft boot is: “Comfort Dorsal Night Splint for Effective Relief From Plantar Fasciitis – Small / Medium By MARS Wellness,” And the heel supports are PROFOOT Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics, Women’s Size 6-10 (1 Pair), Inserts to Help Support & Cushion the Heel & Relieve Pain. Using this combo, my plantar fasciitis cleared up in two weeks, and I believe it’s because I actually wore the boot at night and the braces during the day AND night; (something I wouldn’t have done if they were uncomfortable). I still wear the combination of these items at night, just to make sure I don’t backslide! NOTE: I wore the braces so much that I developed blisters! Using some Tubagrip (Tubigrip Tubular Bandage Size D, 10M Box (2 Pack)) fixed that right up. Also — be careful to use the right level of density inside the Vive braces. They come with three sets of little silicon pads that fit in a pocket in the braces, that let you control the amount of arch support. Pick the most comfortable sized pads until you can increase the arch support without pain. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Last note: I also found some amazing flip-flops created by an orthopedist, Vionic with Orthaheel Technology -Tide II Flip Flop Sandal. They have great heel cushioning and serious arch support. (They may seem hard at first but they soften up and feel amazing.) I walked all over New England in them this summer with zero discomfort!Read more

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I normally don’t write reviews, but I had to for these braces. I’ve had plantar Fasciitis for 5 years. After wearing arches, foot supports and doing stretching exercises, I still had a dull ache in my feet. I was tired of that ache, and happened across socks and arch supports on Amazon. I chose these arch supports, and am glad I did. I wear them at home while doing my housework. After a couple of days, I noticed that my feet no longer ache! I am so excited! For the first time in 5 years, I am pain free!Read more

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  3. Gina W.

    At first I was very put off by this product. First, the size large gel inserts were already in the supports…I thought perhaps it was a returned product, but the actual supports (the black straps) didn’t look used and I didn’t need the large inserts anyway so I kept them. Second, there weren’t any directions of any kind. Its not rocket science, but a little direction would be nice 😉 . Third, they are not a breathable fabric so wearing them in tennis shoes is not a good idea. BUT… I kept working with them to find the right way to wear them all the while thinking I was gonna return them and then I noticed all my foot pain was gone! I couldn’t believe it. I have had pain in my right foot from what I believed to be from lack of support for a couple of years now. It was the worst when I get up in the morning. I endured that until I started having pain in my Achilles tendon and then really bad pain in my heel. All of my pain has gone away. I am so glad that I stuck it out. So my final thoughts about this product are: 1. Start w the small and work up. The small seems too small to work, but that is the one that worked for me. 2. They are great to wear around the house and in slip on shoes, but I would not recommend for tennis shoes or boots. 3. The inserts make a “D” shape, put them on your foot with the flat part of the “D” facing out. 4. Stick it out and work with it! Give it about a week. These arch supports are worth the money! :DRead more

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  4. amyflies

    I’m have almost crippling pain in my arches after yoga and after work- just about anytime I’m not wearing good supportive sneakers. I’ve had badly sprained ankles (both feet, both inside and out) for three years now that don’t want to heal, so I’m trying to find SOMETHING to give me relief. I got some arch supports that stick in my not-so-supportive work shoes that help tremendously, but need something under my arches while barefoot- especially during yoga. These arch support braces are EXACTLY what I need. They came with different size gel pads that slip easily into their little pouches on the bottom of the braces (medium is good so far). They are well made and look like they’ll do good in the washing machine (in lingerie bags and air-dried). I can adjust them to the best tightness, and they are very comfortable to walk/stand barefooted, which has been painful before trying these braces. I even stood ironing for over an hour last night, and my feet were good- and I didn’t wake myself up crying, not even once, from cramps in my arches or ankle pain (my normal nights, anymore). I did try them in my work shoes (dressy loafers), and it was pretty awful-looking. I don’t know if it would bother anyone else, but the center of my feet are pretty wide with these braces on, so they bow the center of the shoes out and make them a really weird shape- like I have round feet. Not the end of the world, but the stick-in arch supports will be better inside dress shoes. I will be ordering another today so I will always have a clean pair ready to wear. These arch support braces are going to be life changing!Read more

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  5. Brian

    Concept is great but the silicone “pad” is barely larger than a silver dollar. It needs to be bigger to cover more area of the arch of your foot. I tried to push past the pain that these caused thinking I’d get used to it but they are just too small for a woman size 10 foot. It may work if you have really small feet. Disappointed.Read more

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  6. Luke Jackson

    Brought these after suffering pain in the sole of my foot for over two months due to persistent running, which prevented me doing the one thing i enjoy. I tried resting and rolling my foot on a golf ball which helped, however when i tried to run it would flair up again. Any runner knows that when you have any sort of injury that prevents you from running for a prolonged period of time is really frustrating. So i decided i needed to invest in something designed to aid the injury i have. First time i wore these straps and even now they are slightly uncomfortable for the first 20 or 30 minutes but that’s something you quickly get used to. These straps are brilliant, i am now running without any pain or flair up and you can feel the support they give. Can’t highly recommend these enough.Read more

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  7. EAS

    My fallen arch is only slight. One of the problems I know is that arch supports can at first be uncomfortable to wear: they feel in use like a large lump under the foot arch. This arch support comes with 6 gel inserts; 2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large. I’ve started with the small size inserts and I haven’t found wearing a problem, even with all day use. I’m now onto the medium support for everyday use and haven’t found the transition at all uncomfortable. I’ve tried for a short period with the large inserts and I think they will ultimately provide sufficient support for my arch problem. I wear the support under socks without any problem and because I am able to adjust the fit around the foot with the velcro strapping I find the support remains properly positioned all day.Read more

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  8. golddust

    I am so pleased with this purchase, I have a ” dodgie ” bone in my foot near my ankle, I like to do a lot of walking but as a result of this bone, I haven’t been able to do much, even shopping was limited but since I purchased these supports I don’t get any pain in the side of my foot now, they are fantastic supports, ease the pain and I am able to walk so much better now. One thing’s for sure……I won’t be without them again. Thank you !!!!!Read more

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  9. J-LoDucky

    I have completely flat feet gives me ankle, knee and hip problems making walking for any length of time uncomfortable at best. Figured I’d try these as they are supposed to help. I’d tried fully silicone bands but found the band itself too tight so I thought I’d try these as they are adjustable. First thing I noticed is how small the silicone supports are not just in how deep the wedge is though personally I could do with at least an xl to make my ankles stop turning but mostly in how small an area they actually support is. The other ones I tried while not deep enough or on a comfortable band actually covered all of the area that needs the support. I’ve tried to show the difference in the picture. Also the smallest which I don’t understand how that size is supposed to do anything one of them has a tear in it so probably wouldn’t survive long but that’s the one I used in the picture. Anyway because they don’t support the whole area it’s kinda like stepping on a bouncy ball not agony but definitely not comfortable for my first few steps so I’m not sure I’d get much use from them. Also the point that I found best to strap them on leaves the the band velcroed wonky to make the right tension that it doesn’t move Basically great idea poor executionRead more

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  10. Nickzie

    Very disappointed with this products service. Only 3 days of use and the rubber strap inside has damaged. After spending a decent amount of money for these I feel cheated and extremely let downRead more

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  11. bluestategirl

    I developed plantar fasciitis this summer, (too much barefoot walking), which is the kind of pain that will really ruin a vacation. So, I’ve been on the seach for items to help me deal with it. I tried a hard boot and hated it, so I switched to a soft boot — which is comfortable to sleep in — but have no arch support at all, so not very effective. Also, wearing it caused pressure on my heel, causing it to hurt. (Note: Make sure the straps aren’t too tight.) Putting my thinking cap on, I set out on a search through Amazon-land to find items that might correct those issues. I came up with a winning combination. First, the Arch Support Brace by Vive (two to a pack), can be worn with most of my sandals, and are even useful when I’m barefoot. I love them so much that I bought a pair for two other people who are also suffering with PF, and boy were they grateful! The soft boot is: “Comfort Dorsal Night Splint for Effective Relief From Plantar Fasciitis – Small / Medium By MARS Wellness,” And the heel supports are PROFOOT Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics, Women’s Size 6-10 (1 Pair), Inserts to Help Support & Cushion the Heel & Relieve Pain. Using this combo, my plantar fasciitis cleared up in two weeks, and I believe it’s because I actually wore the boot at night and the braces during the day AND night; (something I wouldn’t have done if they were uncomfortable). I still wear the combination of these items at night, just to make sure I don’t backslide! NOTE: I wore the braces so much that I developed blisters! Using some Tubagrip (Tubigrip Tubular Bandage Size D, 10M Box (2 Pack)) fixed that right up. Also — be careful to use the right level of density inside the Vive braces. They come with three sets of little silicon pads that fit in a pocket in the braces, that let you control the amount of arch support. Pick the most comfortable sized pads until you can increase the arch support without pain. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Last note: I also found some amazing flip-flops created by an orthopedist, Vionic with Orthaheel Technology -Tide II Flip Flop Sandal. They have great heel cushioning and serious arch support. (They may seem hard at first but they soften up and feel amazing.) I walked all over New England in them this summer with zero discomfort!Read more

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  12. Amazon Customer

    I normally don’t write reviews, but I had to for these braces. I’ve had plantar Fasciitis for 5 years. After wearing arches, foot supports and doing stretching exercises, I still had a dull ache in my feet. I was tired of that ache, and happened across socks and arch supports on Amazon. I chose these arch supports, and am glad I did. I wear them at home while doing my housework. After a couple of days, I noticed that my feet no longer ache! I am so excited! For the first time in 5 years, I am pain free!Read more

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  13. Gina W.

    At first I was very put off by this product. First, the size large gel inserts were already in the supports…I thought perhaps it was a returned product, but the actual supports (the black straps) didn’t look used and I didn’t need the large inserts anyway so I kept them. Second, there weren’t any directions of any kind. Its not rocket science, but a little direction would be nice 😉 . Third, they are not a breathable fabric so wearing them in tennis shoes is not a good idea. BUT… I kept working with them to find the right way to wear them all the while thinking I was gonna return them and then I noticed all my foot pain was gone! I couldn’t believe it. I have had pain in my right foot from what I believed to be from lack of support for a couple of years now. It was the worst when I get up in the morning. I endured that until I started having pain in my Achilles tendon and then really bad pain in my heel. All of my pain has gone away. I am so glad that I stuck it out. So my final thoughts about this product are: 1. Start w the small and work up. The small seems too small to work, but that is the one that worked for me. 2. They are great to wear around the house and in slip on shoes, but I would not recommend for tennis shoes or boots. 3. The inserts make a “D” shape, put them on your foot with the flat part of the “D” facing out. 4. Stick it out and work with it! Give it about a week. These arch supports are worth the money! :DRead more

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  14. amyflies

    I’m have almost crippling pain in my arches after yoga and after work- just about anytime I’m not wearing good supportive sneakers. I’ve had badly sprained ankles (both feet, both inside and out) for three years now that don’t want to heal, so I’m trying to find SOMETHING to give me relief. I got some arch supports that stick in my not-so-supportive work shoes that help tremendously, but need something under my arches while barefoot- especially during yoga. These arch support braces are EXACTLY what I need. They came with different size gel pads that slip easily into their little pouches on the bottom of the braces (medium is good so far). They are well made and look like they’ll do good in the washing machine (in lingerie bags and air-dried). I can adjust them to the best tightness, and they are very comfortable to walk/stand barefooted, which has been painful before trying these braces. I even stood ironing for over an hour last night, and my feet were good- and I didn’t wake myself up crying, not even once, from cramps in my arches or ankle pain (my normal nights, anymore). I did try them in my work shoes (dressy loafers), and it was pretty awful-looking. I don’t know if it would bother anyone else, but the center of my feet are pretty wide with these braces on, so they bow the center of the shoes out and make them a really weird shape- like I have round feet. Not the end of the world, but the stick-in arch supports will be better inside dress shoes. I will be ordering another today so I will always have a clean pair ready to wear. These arch support braces are going to be life changing!Read more

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  15. Brian

    Concept is great but the silicone “pad” is barely larger than a silver dollar. It needs to be bigger to cover more area of the arch of your foot. I tried to push past the pain that these caused thinking I’d get used to it but they are just too small for a woman size 10 foot. It may work if you have really small feet. Disappointed.Read more

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  16. Luke Jackson

    Brought these after suffering pain in the sole of my foot for over two months due to persistent running, which prevented me doing the one thing i enjoy. I tried resting and rolling my foot on a golf ball which helped, however when i tried to run it would flair up again. Any runner knows that when you have any sort of injury that prevents you from running for a prolonged period of time is really frustrating. So i decided i needed to invest in something designed to aid the injury i have. First time i wore these straps and even now they are slightly uncomfortable for the first 20 or 30 minutes but that’s something you quickly get used to. These straps are brilliant, i am now running without any pain or flair up and you can feel the support they give. Can’t highly recommend these enough.Read more

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  17. EAS

    My fallen arch is only slight. One of the problems I know is that arch supports can at first be uncomfortable to wear: they feel in use like a large lump under the foot arch. This arch support comes with 6 gel inserts; 2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large. I’ve started with the small size inserts and I haven’t found wearing a problem, even with all day use. I’m now onto the medium support for everyday use and haven’t found the transition at all uncomfortable. I’ve tried for a short period with the large inserts and I think they will ultimately provide sufficient support for my arch problem. I wear the support under socks without any problem and because I am able to adjust the fit around the foot with the velcro strapping I find the support remains properly positioned all day.Read more

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  18. golddust

    I am so pleased with this purchase, I have a ” dodgie ” bone in my foot near my ankle, I like to do a lot of walking but as a result of this bone, I haven’t been able to do much, even shopping was limited but since I purchased these supports I don’t get any pain in the side of my foot now, they are fantastic supports, ease the pain and I am able to walk so much better now. One thing’s for sure……I won’t be without them again. Thank you !!!!!Read more

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  19. J-LoDucky

    I have completely flat feet gives me ankle, knee and hip problems making walking for any length of time uncomfortable at best. Figured I’d try these as they are supposed to help. I’d tried fully silicone bands but found the band itself too tight so I thought I’d try these as they are adjustable. First thing I noticed is how small the silicone supports are not just in how deep the wedge is though personally I could do with at least an xl to make my ankles stop turning but mostly in how small an area they actually support is. The other ones I tried while not deep enough or on a comfortable band actually covered all of the area that needs the support. I’ve tried to show the difference in the picture. Also the smallest which I don’t understand how that size is supposed to do anything one of them has a tear in it so probably wouldn’t survive long but that’s the one I used in the picture. Anyway because they don’t support the whole area it’s kinda like stepping on a bouncy ball not agony but definitely not comfortable for my first few steps so I’m not sure I’d get much use from them. Also the point that I found best to strap them on leaves the the band velcroed wonky to make the right tension that it doesn’t move Basically great idea poor executionRead more

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  20. Nickzie

    Very disappointed with this products service. Only 3 days of use and the rubber strap inside has damaged. After spending a decent amount of money for these I feel cheated and extremely let downRead more

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  21. bluestategirl

    I developed plantar fasciitis this summer, (too much barefoot walking), which is the kind of pain that will really ruin a vacation. So, I’ve been on the seach for items to help me deal with it. I tried a hard boot and hated it, so I switched to a soft boot — which is comfortable to sleep in — but have no arch support at all, so not very effective. Also, wearing it caused pressure on my heel, causing it to hurt. (Note: Make sure the straps aren’t too tight.) Putting my thinking cap on, I set out on a search through Amazon-land to find items that might correct those issues. I came up with a winning combination. First, the Arch Support Brace by Vive (two to a pack), can be worn with most of my sandals, and are even useful when I’m barefoot. I love them so much that I bought a pair for two other people who are also suffering with PF, and boy were they grateful! The soft boot is: “Comfort Dorsal Night Splint for Effective Relief From Plantar Fasciitis – Small / Medium By MARS Wellness,” And the heel supports are PROFOOT Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics, Women’s Size 6-10 (1 Pair), Inserts to Help Support & Cushion the Heel & Relieve Pain. Using this combo, my plantar fasciitis cleared up in two weeks, and I believe it’s because I actually wore the boot at night and the braces during the day AND night; (something I wouldn’t have done if they were uncomfortable). I still wear the combination of these items at night, just to make sure I don’t backslide! NOTE: I wore the braces so much that I developed blisters! Using some Tubagrip (Tubigrip Tubular Bandage Size D, 10M Box (2 Pack)) fixed that right up. Also — be careful to use the right level of density inside the Vive braces. They come with three sets of little silicon pads that fit in a pocket in the braces, that let you control the amount of arch support. Pick the most comfortable sized pads until you can increase the arch support without pain. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Last note: I also found some amazing flip-flops created by an orthopedist, Vionic with Orthaheel Technology -Tide II Flip Flop Sandal. They have great heel cushioning and serious arch support. (They may seem hard at first but they soften up and feel amazing.) I walked all over New England in them this summer with zero discomfort!Read more

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  22. Amazon Customer

    I normally don’t write reviews, but I had to for these braces. I’ve had plantar Fasciitis for 5 years. After wearing arches, foot supports and doing stretching exercises, I still had a dull ache in my feet. I was tired of that ache, and happened across socks and arch supports on Amazon. I chose these arch supports, and am glad I did. I wear them at home while doing my housework. After a couple of days, I noticed that my feet no longer ache! I am so excited! For the first time in 5 years, I am pain free!Read more

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  23. Gina W.

    At first I was very put off by this product. First, the size large gel inserts were already in the supports…I thought perhaps it was a returned product, but the actual supports (the black straps) didn’t look used and I didn’t need the large inserts anyway so I kept them. Second, there weren’t any directions of any kind. Its not rocket science, but a little direction would be nice 😉 . Third, they are not a breathable fabric so wearing them in tennis shoes is not a good idea. BUT… I kept working with them to find the right way to wear them all the while thinking I was gonna return them and then I noticed all my foot pain was gone! I couldn’t believe it. I have had pain in my right foot from what I believed to be from lack of support for a couple of years now. It was the worst when I get up in the morning. I endured that until I started having pain in my Achilles tendon and then really bad pain in my heel. All of my pain has gone away. I am so glad that I stuck it out. So my final thoughts about this product are: 1. Start w the small and work up. The small seems too small to work, but that is the one that worked for me. 2. They are great to wear around the house and in slip on shoes, but I would not recommend for tennis shoes or boots. 3. The inserts make a “D” shape, put them on your foot with the flat part of the “D” facing out. 4. Stick it out and work with it! Give it about a week. These arch supports are worth the money! :DRead more

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  24. amyflies

    I’m have almost crippling pain in my arches after yoga and after work- just about anytime I’m not wearing good supportive sneakers. I’ve had badly sprained ankles (both feet, both inside and out) for three years now that don’t want to heal, so I’m trying to find SOMETHING to give me relief. I got some arch supports that stick in my not-so-supportive work shoes that help tremendously, but need something under my arches while barefoot- especially during yoga. These arch support braces are EXACTLY what I need. They came with different size gel pads that slip easily into their little pouches on the bottom of the braces (medium is good so far). They are well made and look like they’ll do good in the washing machine (in lingerie bags and air-dried). I can adjust them to the best tightness, and they are very comfortable to walk/stand barefooted, which has been painful before trying these braces. I even stood ironing for over an hour last night, and my feet were good- and I didn’t wake myself up crying, not even once, from cramps in my arches or ankle pain (my normal nights, anymore). I did try them in my work shoes (dressy loafers), and it was pretty awful-looking. I don’t know if it would bother anyone else, but the center of my feet are pretty wide with these braces on, so they bow the center of the shoes out and make them a really weird shape- like I have round feet. Not the end of the world, but the stick-in arch supports will be better inside dress shoes. I will be ordering another today so I will always have a clean pair ready to wear. These arch support braces are going to be life changing!Read more

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  25. Brian

    Concept is great but the silicone “pad” is barely larger than a silver dollar. It needs to be bigger to cover more area of the arch of your foot. I tried to push past the pain that these caused thinking I’d get used to it but they are just too small for a woman size 10 foot. It may work if you have really small feet. Disappointed.Read more

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  26. Luke Jackson

    Brought these after suffering pain in the sole of my foot for over two months due to persistent running, which prevented me doing the one thing i enjoy. I tried resting and rolling my foot on a golf ball which helped, however when i tried to run it would flair up again. Any runner knows that when you have any sort of injury that prevents you from running for a prolonged period of time is really frustrating. So i decided i needed to invest in something designed to aid the injury i have. First time i wore these straps and even now they are slightly uncomfortable for the first 20 or 30 minutes but that’s something you quickly get used to. These straps are brilliant, i am now running without any pain or flair up and you can feel the support they give. Can’t highly recommend these enough.Read more

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  27. EAS

    My fallen arch is only slight. One of the problems I know is that arch supports can at first be uncomfortable to wear: they feel in use like a large lump under the foot arch. This arch support comes with 6 gel inserts; 2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large. I’ve started with the small size inserts and I haven’t found wearing a problem, even with all day use. I’m now onto the medium support for everyday use and haven’t found the transition at all uncomfortable. I’ve tried for a short period with the large inserts and I think they will ultimately provide sufficient support for my arch problem. I wear the support under socks without any problem and because I am able to adjust the fit around the foot with the velcro strapping I find the support remains properly positioned all day.Read more

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  28. golddust

    I am so pleased with this purchase, I have a ” dodgie ” bone in my foot near my ankle, I like to do a lot of walking but as a result of this bone, I haven’t been able to do much, even shopping was limited but since I purchased these supports I don’t get any pain in the side of my foot now, they are fantastic supports, ease the pain and I am able to walk so much better now. One thing’s for sure……I won’t be without them again. Thank you !!!!!Read more

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  29. J-LoDucky

    I have completely flat feet gives me ankle, knee and hip problems making walking for any length of time uncomfortable at best. Figured I’d try these as they are supposed to help. I’d tried fully silicone bands but found the band itself too tight so I thought I’d try these as they are adjustable. First thing I noticed is how small the silicone supports are not just in how deep the wedge is though personally I could do with at least an xl to make my ankles stop turning but mostly in how small an area they actually support is. The other ones I tried while not deep enough or on a comfortable band actually covered all of the area that needs the support. I’ve tried to show the difference in the picture. Also the smallest which I don’t understand how that size is supposed to do anything one of them has a tear in it so probably wouldn’t survive long but that’s the one I used in the picture. Anyway because they don’t support the whole area it’s kinda like stepping on a bouncy ball not agony but definitely not comfortable for my first few steps so I’m not sure I’d get much use from them. Also the point that I found best to strap them on leaves the the band velcroed wonky to make the right tension that it doesn’t move Basically great idea poor executionRead more

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  30. Nickzie

    Very disappointed with this products service. Only 3 days of use and the rubber strap inside has damaged. After spending a decent amount of money for these I feel cheated and extremely let downRead more

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  31. bluestategirl

    I developed plantar fasciitis this summer, (too much barefoot walking), which is the kind of pain that will really ruin a vacation. So, I’ve been on the seach for items to help me deal with it. I tried a hard boot and hated it, so I switched to a soft boot — which is comfortable to sleep in — but have no arch support at all, so not very effective. Also, wearing it caused pressure on my heel, causing it to hurt. (Note: Make sure the straps aren’t too tight.) Putting my thinking cap on, I set out on a search through Amazon-land to find items that might correct those issues. I came up with a winning combination. First, the Arch Support Brace by Vive (two to a pack), can be worn with most of my sandals, and are even useful when I’m barefoot. I love them so much that I bought a pair for two other people who are also suffering with PF, and boy were they grateful! The soft boot is: “Comfort Dorsal Night Splint for Effective Relief From Plantar Fasciitis – Small / Medium By MARS Wellness,” And the heel supports are PROFOOT Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics, Women’s Size 6-10 (1 Pair), Inserts to Help Support & Cushion the Heel & Relieve Pain. Using this combo, my plantar fasciitis cleared up in two weeks, and I believe it’s because I actually wore the boot at night and the braces during the day AND night; (something I wouldn’t have done if they were uncomfortable). I still wear the combination of these items at night, just to make sure I don’t backslide! NOTE: I wore the braces so much that I developed blisters! Using some Tubagrip (Tubigrip Tubular Bandage Size D, 10M Box (2 Pack)) fixed that right up. Also — be careful to use the right level of density inside the Vive braces. They come with three sets of little silicon pads that fit in a pocket in the braces, that let you control the amount of arch support. Pick the most comfortable sized pads until you can increase the arch support without pain. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Last note: I also found some amazing flip-flops created by an orthopedist, Vionic with Orthaheel Technology -Tide II Flip Flop Sandal. They have great heel cushioning and serious arch support. (They may seem hard at first but they soften up and feel amazing.) I walked all over New England in them this summer with zero discomfort!Read more

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  32. Amazon Customer

    I normally don’t write reviews, but I had to for these braces. I’ve had plantar Fasciitis for 5 years. After wearing arches, foot supports and doing stretching exercises, I still had a dull ache in my feet. I was tired of that ache, and happened across socks and arch supports on Amazon. I chose these arch supports, and am glad I did. I wear them at home while doing my housework. After a couple of days, I noticed that my feet no longer ache! I am so excited! For the first time in 5 years, I am pain free!Read more

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  33. Gina W.

    At first I was very put off by this product. First, the size large gel inserts were already in the supports…I thought perhaps it was a returned product, but the actual supports (the black straps) didn’t look used and I didn’t need the large inserts anyway so I kept them. Second, there weren’t any directions of any kind. Its not rocket science, but a little direction would be nice 😉 . Third, they are not a breathable fabric so wearing them in tennis shoes is not a good idea. BUT… I kept working with them to find the right way to wear them all the while thinking I was gonna return them and then I noticed all my foot pain was gone! I couldn’t believe it. I have had pain in my right foot from what I believed to be from lack of support for a couple of years now. It was the worst when I get up in the morning. I endured that until I started having pain in my Achilles tendon and then really bad pain in my heel. All of my pain has gone away. I am so glad that I stuck it out. So my final thoughts about this product are: 1. Start w the small and work up. The small seems too small to work, but that is the one that worked for me. 2. They are great to wear around the house and in slip on shoes, but I would not recommend for tennis shoes or boots. 3. The inserts make a “D” shape, put them on your foot with the flat part of the “D” facing out. 4. Stick it out and work with it! Give it about a week. These arch supports are worth the money! :DRead more

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  34. amyflies

    I’m have almost crippling pain in my arches after yoga and after work- just about anytime I’m not wearing good supportive sneakers. I’ve had badly sprained ankles (both feet, both inside and out) for three years now that don’t want to heal, so I’m trying to find SOMETHING to give me relief. I got some arch supports that stick in my not-so-supportive work shoes that help tremendously, but need something under my arches while barefoot- especially during yoga. These arch support braces are EXACTLY what I need. They came with different size gel pads that slip easily into their little pouches on the bottom of the braces (medium is good so far). They are well made and look like they’ll do good in the washing machine (in lingerie bags and air-dried). I can adjust them to the best tightness, and they are very comfortable to walk/stand barefooted, which has been painful before trying these braces. I even stood ironing for over an hour last night, and my feet were good- and I didn’t wake myself up crying, not even once, from cramps in my arches or ankle pain (my normal nights, anymore). I did try them in my work shoes (dressy loafers), and it was pretty awful-looking. I don’t know if it would bother anyone else, but the center of my feet are pretty wide with these braces on, so they bow the center of the shoes out and make them a really weird shape- like I have round feet. Not the end of the world, but the stick-in arch supports will be better inside dress shoes. I will be ordering another today so I will always have a clean pair ready to wear. These arch support braces are going to be life changing!Read more

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  35. Brian

    Concept is great but the silicone “pad” is barely larger than a silver dollar. It needs to be bigger to cover more area of the arch of your foot. I tried to push past the pain that these caused thinking I’d get used to it but they are just too small for a woman size 10 foot. It may work if you have really small feet. Disappointed.Read more

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  36. Luke Jackson

    Brought these after suffering pain in the sole of my foot for over two months due to persistent running, which prevented me doing the one thing i enjoy. I tried resting and rolling my foot on a golf ball which helped, however when i tried to run it would flair up again. Any runner knows that when you have any sort of injury that prevents you from running for a prolonged period of time is really frustrating. So i decided i needed to invest in something designed to aid the injury i have. First time i wore these straps and even now they are slightly uncomfortable for the first 20 or 30 minutes but that’s something you quickly get used to. These straps are brilliant, i am now running without any pain or flair up and you can feel the support they give. Can’t highly recommend these enough.Read more

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  37. EAS

    My fallen arch is only slight. One of the problems I know is that arch supports can at first be uncomfortable to wear: they feel in use like a large lump under the foot arch. This arch support comes with 6 gel inserts; 2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large. I’ve started with the small size inserts and I haven’t found wearing a problem, even with all day use. I’m now onto the medium support for everyday use and haven’t found the transition at all uncomfortable. I’ve tried for a short period with the large inserts and I think they will ultimately provide sufficient support for my arch problem. I wear the support under socks without any problem and because I am able to adjust the fit around the foot with the velcro strapping I find the support remains properly positioned all day.Read more

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  38. golddust

    I am so pleased with this purchase, I have a ” dodgie ” bone in my foot near my ankle, I like to do a lot of walking but as a result of this bone, I haven’t been able to do much, even shopping was limited but since I purchased these supports I don’t get any pain in the side of my foot now, they are fantastic supports, ease the pain and I am able to walk so much better now. One thing’s for sure……I won’t be without them again. Thank you !!!!!Read more

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  39. J-LoDucky

    I have completely flat feet gives me ankle, knee and hip problems making walking for any length of time uncomfortable at best. Figured I’d try these as they are supposed to help. I’d tried fully silicone bands but found the band itself too tight so I thought I’d try these as they are adjustable. First thing I noticed is how small the silicone supports are not just in how deep the wedge is though personally I could do with at least an xl to make my ankles stop turning but mostly in how small an area they actually support is. The other ones I tried while not deep enough or on a comfortable band actually covered all of the area that needs the support. I’ve tried to show the difference in the picture. Also the smallest which I don’t understand how that size is supposed to do anything one of them has a tear in it so probably wouldn’t survive long but that’s the one I used in the picture. Anyway because they don’t support the whole area it’s kinda like stepping on a bouncy ball not agony but definitely not comfortable for my first few steps so I’m not sure I’d get much use from them. Also the point that I found best to strap them on leaves the the band velcroed wonky to make the right tension that it doesn’t move Basically great idea poor executionRead more

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  40. Nickzie

    Very disappointed with this products service. Only 3 days of use and the rubber strap inside has damaged. After spending a decent amount of money for these I feel cheated and extremely let downRead more

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    Vive Arch Support Brace (Pair) – Plantar Fasciitis Gel Strap for Men, Woman – Orthotic Compression Support Wrap Aids Foot Pain, High Arches, Flat Feet, Heel Fatigue – Insert for Under Socks (Beige)
    Vive Arch Support Brace (Pair) – Plantar Fasciitis Gel Strap for Men, Woman – Orthotic Compression Support Wrap Aids Foot Pain, High Arches, Flat Feet, Heel Fatigue – Insert for Under Socks (Beige)

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