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Superior Stretch SuperiorArch

SKU: SuperiorArch
Superior Stretch SuperiorArch
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The SuperiorArch arch stretcher is a product that evolved from feedback received from dancers who had used similar products in the past. It offers a unique design that includes several key benefits.

First, the base of the SuperiorArch is not just a flat board like some other products use. Instead, it has a custom-designed incline molded right into the base, which allows room for the heel to rotate down avoiding impingement of the heel bones. Also, high density foam pads are placed at the arch and heel contact points, further enhancing the desired arch shape while providing a comfortable fit too.

In addition, the SuperiorArch utilizes an adjustable Velcro flap to secure the foot in place. This gives dancers a more adaptable fit, ensuring it not only fits dancers of all sizes, but will also continue to fit as the dancerís feet grow and change shape.

On top of the base and foam pads are two inches of additional premium foam. This product is really comfortable, easy to use, and very effective.

Available Sizes

One Size Fits All. Measures a little less than 24 inches in length.

Available Colors

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Burgundy Burgundy

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This arch stretcher has been perfect for my daughter who is a 6 year acro and dance student ! She tends to have sickle feet that turn in in a split and this... more...

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1. Should I check with my teacher before I use a SuperiorArch

Yes. The SuperiorArch is a serious piece of exercise and stretching equipment and should only be used after you have consulted with your teacher, coach, instructor or other qualified professional. It may not be recommended for everyone, especially if you have any underlying foot, ankle or lower leg injuries or other issues that would be aggravated by stretching the foot or ankle.

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