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Old 11-23-2009, 09:17 PM   #41
 
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...because I bought a pair of authentic Yoga Toes at my local CVS pharmacy recently for $4.99 (yes that says FOUR!) I think they were mismarked, but I wasn't going to say anything. I've been wearing them in the bathtub or when I'm hanging around on the couch. I love them. I'm hoping to be able to start wearing them to bed, because I would love to start off the day with my toes feeling stretched and open.

I wore mine to sleep one day! My feet felt insanely good, and weird. It was really uncomfortable at first but once you fall asleep, then you forget about it.

I bring them on long car trips(when I don't drive).
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:39 PM   #42
 
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i thought i'd posted about these before too but i guess not. anyway, i have a pair at home and at work and i love them. ironically on today's ricki lake the topic was alternative methods for healing pain. at the end they talked about gadgets that work. they featured these. i think i'll go put mine on now.
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:59 PM   #43
 
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I have those!! hahahhahah I've had them for years. I lost one tho, so I just wear it one foot and then switch.
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:25 PM   #44
 
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They look nice and I'm intrigued!

I broke my little toe a couple years ago, and it's never been completely straight since then. It also gets achy when the weather is changing. (I felt like a grizzled old man typing that.) I wonder if these would bother my bad toe? Or possibly make it better?
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:34 PM   #45
 
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now theres a yoga toes ad on the side.
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:42 PM   #46
 
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^^^ i noticed that too...they're watching us!!!
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I have the generic version I bought at Walgreens ($10) and LOVE them. I use them when I get home from skating. They make my feet look so normal.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:26 AM   #48
 
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^^^ i was noticing too how my toes do look throughly stretched and just look nice and natural. i'm wearing my work pair right now

i'm glad i saw that ricki lake segment to remind me to wear these!
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Oooh, I will have to check out the generic version from Walgreens. I just can't justify spending $45.
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^^^ $45 is that how much they are now? wow!!

i see from the ad on the side they now have a vibrator on top...kind of weird. i know bed bath & beyond have some and of course they have coupons. it's a simple design. as long as the plastic is firm enough to keep your toes stretched i'd think they would work about the same.
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^^^ $45 is that how much they are now? wow!!

i see from the ad on the side they now have a vibrator on top...kind of weird. i know bed bath & beyond have some and of course they have coupons. it's a simple design. as long as the plastic is firm enough to keep your toes stretched i'd think they would work about the same.

I think I paid 30 like 6 or 7 years ago (yes I've had them for about 6-7 years I begged my mom for them HAHAHA) My mom that was a ridiculous amount to pay also

I just found my other yoga toe IN A BOOKBAG cleaning my room. how odd.
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i've been diligently wearing my yoga toes since last week...definitely notice a difference. my toes are really stretched and laying flat and they feel awesome.
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ya'll goin to hell for using this yoga thingie
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There might be cheaper places to buy them. I saw them on Amazon here for $44.95.

Amazon.com: YogaToes - Yoga Toes Small Sapphire Blue: Health & Personal Care
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ya'll goin to hell for using this yoga thingie
SNORT! I've already got my handbasket ready for the trip.
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