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Effortless therapy on the go ~

like foam rollers for your feet.

Increase Flexibility

Maintaining arch flexibility not only helps you to feel light on your feet, but can also relieve pain and decrease the likelihood of many common foot and ankle injuries.

Save Time

Rather than rolling your foot over a tennis ball, as therapists recommend, you simply slide your AVOS on and let them do the work for you as you go about your morning routine.

Optimize Performance

With improved tissue mobility and increased blood flow comes better performance.  Whether you’re walking the dog or running a marathon, AVOS will prepare your soles for whatever your day has in store.

Customer Testimonials

FIGURED I'D WAIT AND MAKE AN HONEST POST... THESE HANDS DOWN HAVE BEEN THE BEST FOR THE ARCH ISSUES I'VE EXPERIENCED MY ENTIRE LIFE. AFTER 2 MONTHS OF RELIGIOUS USE MY ARCH PAIN HAS BEEN REDUCED NEARLY TO NOTHING. REALLY A GREAT PRODUCT
Pat Shore, satisfied AVOS customer
FIGURED I'D WAIT AND MAKE AN HONEST POST... THESE HANDS DOWN HAVE BEEN THE BEST FOR THE ARCH ISSUES I'VE EXPERIENCED MY ENTIRE LIFE. AFTER 2 MONTHS OF RELIGIOUS USE MY ARCH PAIN HAS BEEN REDUCED NEARLY TO NOTHING. REALLY A GREAT PRODUCT
Sam Jorgensen, satisfied AVOS customer
Dr. Shawn Robinson, satisfied AVOS customer
15 minutes daily

15 minutes daily

is all it takes to improve circulation, relieve tension and help prevent potential injury

"I have been skateboarding for 20 years and my feet are in constant pain. I have a daily routine were I use a lacrosse ball to roll out the bottom of my feet. AVOS have completely replaced that routine. I slip on my slides in the morning / before bed and have better results versus using a lacrosse ball. My feet feel less stiff and are in less pain! All around better feeling feet and body. Thank you AVOS!"

Aaron "Jaws" Homoki, professional skateboarder

"The AVOS slides are a great way to improve arch tightness and symptoms related to plantar fasciitis."

Dr. Kyle Brown D.P.T.

"What started as an experiment to help make my home therapy as easy as possible ended up working so well, I wanted to make it available to everyone"

Shawn Hale - Professional Skateboarder, Creator AVOS

FAQ

What are AVOS?

AVOS (Ah-vos) are therapy slides that make it easy to achieve a gentle manual stimulation of the plantar fascia (sole/arch of foot) by simply wearing them for 5-15 minutes a day.

How do they work?

AVOS work by lengthening the muscle fibers through massage/myofascial release, which treat skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood and lymphatic circulation and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.

How do you use them?

We recommend use for 5-15 minutes.

AVOS are great for stretching and preparing your feet for activity. You may want to use them in the morning to prepare for the day, as a warm up shoe directly before activity, or before bedtime, whatever you prefer. You can also use them as normal slides with the included flat insert.

DO NOT use while driving, operating machinery, using stairs, riding a bike, etc. Do not use the inserts for longer than recommended. Stop use if pain occurs. Please use on flat ground only.

What size insert do I use?

Included with every pair are inserts in 3 size options - Lo, Mid, & Hi, to accomidate everyones unique pressure sensitivities. Start using your AVOS with the Lo insert and adjust to your own preference. Although we include Lo, Mid, & Hi, that doesn't necessarily mean the goal is to use the Hi insert. We merely provide the option to accommodate everyone with flat arches to high arches.

Please stop use immediately if pain occurs and/or try a lower insert. Injuries can be tricky and we always recommend talking to your physician.

How do they fit?

Do AVOS run true to size? We get this question a lot. We used the same sizing format as Nike/Converse shoes. If you are hesitant on what size to order - we always recommend to chose the next size up. It's nice to have room for adjustment.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the fibrous tissue (plantar fascia) along the bottom of your foot that connects your heel bone to your toes. Plantar fasciitis can cause intense heel pain. Plantar fasciitis (plan·taar fa·shee·ai·tuhs) is one of the most common causes of heel pain.

What if I don't have Plantar Fasciitis?

Great! You don't need to have an injury to use AVOS, they are meant to help maintain optimal flexibility and add to your at-home therapy and exercise routines.

Fun Facts About AVOS

The name AVOS (Ah-vos) comes from the product resembling halved avocados. lolz

Our "yin-yang" logo was inspired by a tennis ball. If you rotate a tennis ball you can find the angle we saw.

AVOS were born in skateboarding. The aggresive and often brutal nature of skateboarding leads to many injuries, making skateboarding a great testing ground for all sorts of therapeutic techniques.

We've worked hard to bring you a product that proactively treats foot injuries while staying mobile, saving you time and energy - your most valuable resources.

The insert is green like a tennis ball to remind you of their intended use.

Pets love AVOS inserts if you leave them laying around. A reason why we included a bag to keep them safe.

AVOS are upgradable! We have more amazing products to pair with your AVOS coming in the near future that we're excited to show you ✌️

For More Info

Please write us at info@avostherapy.com