Foot Restoration Kit [Toe Spacers + Mobility Ball]
Foot Restoration Kit [Toe Spacers + Mobility Ball]
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Foot Restoration Kit [Toe Spacers + Mobility Ball]


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The simple kit to help you reverse the negative impacts of modern footwear and start restoring the natural function of your feet!

TFC’s “Wild Toes” will help you reclaim optimal toe alignment while our eco-friendly cork mobility balls will mobilise your feet, ankles and calves.

How TFC Wild Toes work?

  • Realign the toes
  • Stretch intrinsic foot muscles
  • Improve balance
  • Relieve foot pain and tension
  • Improve posture and alignment 
  • Increase foot mobility

Footwear as it exists today is a big problem. Shoes are designed to taper into a point at the toes which is the opposite of how are feet are shaped. The widest part of a babies foot is the tip of their toes and this should also be the widest part of adult human feet. When you spend time in shoes that taper into a point, your feet start to adopt that shape and before you know it you have bunions that are getting out of control.

Wild Toes come in a set, one for each foot and are a simple, affordable accessory that you can use to reclaim optimal toe alignment. Think of them like braces for your feet that help restore your toe alignment to its natural state.

Also can help with plantar fasciitis, bunions, corns, hammertoes, blisters or overlapping toes.

*All products come with a 12 month replacement guarantee*

Reforesting Australia

Our partnership with Reforest Now means that $5 from every order of a TFC Original Product will go towards much needed reforestation in Australia - so 1 kit equals 1 tree planted! Check out their website for more information on what they do and how to get involved.

Why cork?

Harvested from the bark of cork oak trees, cork is sourced from seven countries across the Mediterranean including Spain, Algeria, Tunisia, Italy, Morocco, France and Portugal (home to more than 30 percent of the world's cork trees and 70 percent of its cork production).

Cork bark is incredibly durable because of its unique honeycomb cellular structure. The tiny sealed 14-sided polyhedrons contain 90 percent air, meaning cork bark can be compressed to almost half its size and quickly bounce back to its original shape like a resilient cushion. It’s essentially mother nature’s shock absorber, plus its natural properties are anti-allergenic too!

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