They claim a wide range of health benefits:
- By stimulating the muscles of your lower legs and feet, you add strength, improve balance, and increase agility.
- A lower heel position leads to stronger legs and feet, straightens your spine, improves posture, and reduces back pain.
- Individual toe compartments gently spread your toes to strengthen foot muscles, increase range of motion and improve foot health.
The concept is kinda intriguing.
Do you buy these claims?
Has anybody used them?