Plantar Fasciitis Sleeves PLUS Silicone Gel Heel Comforters Review


I have been unable to walk very much because I have plantar fasciitis and it is very painful. I’ve tried injections and even purchased very expensive orthotics but I still get plantar fasciitis from time to time. Lately, I’ve noticed that I also have heel pain. I’ve been unable to get to the foot doctor to see what is going on. So I ordered a set of Plantar Fasciitis Sleeves PLUS Silicone Gel Heel Comforters from Armstrong Amerika. I got a set of black compression sleeves that have just the right amount of compression to give support and comfort without being overly tight or uncomfortable. They are comfortable to walk in, which is not always the case with compression sleeves that end under your arches. I can wear these and not be uncomfortable because my feet are too hot. Along with the compression sleeves are a set of gel heel comforters. These are made of a soft, supple silicone and have holes all over them for breathability. Again, I don’t have to worry about my feet getting too hot- I wore these when it was mid 80’s and they felt great. Even better, they really did sooth my sore heels, even when I was at rest. I love that these sets are interchangeable and totally washable. I can toss them in my suitcase when I go on my vacation next month and know that my feet will be comfortable!

The Plantar Fasciitis Sleeves PLUS Silicone Gel Heel Comforters I purchased can be found on Amazon here:


I received this product for a reduced price in exchange for an unbiased review.




About Jeanine

I'm a mom to 3 great kids, a gramma to 2 lovely grandkids, and a wife to my awesome hubby of 38 years. I love to debunk scams and helpful hints that aren't helpful, do reviews, and enter giveaways. I even run a few giveaways here and there. Come check my site out and enter whenever you like.

Posted on June 23, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Dana Matthews

    I’ve had this condition before. It is very painful. I had excercises to perform and was told to take an Nsaid. In time it did get better. I am diabetic and this is not an uncommon thing to happen because of my diabetes.


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