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Foot support










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7883151.

The foot support is a support for use with pedicures or the like, and provides a comfortable rest for the user's foot or ankle. The foot support includes an elongated body having longitudinally opposed first and second ends, with the first end thereof having a recess formed therein. The recess is substantially parabolic in cross section and is adapted for receiving the heel or ankle of the user's foot. The second end of the elongated body is substantially planar and adapted for positioning on a support surface, such as the edge of a foot bath. The elongated body defines at least one outer side surface having a plurality of longitudinally extending recesses formed therein. Preferably, the elongated body is simulates a flower when viewed from an end.








 
 
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