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Elastonet??

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by podtiger, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. podtiger

    podtiger Active Member


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    Hi all.
    I am looking for a material I used to know as elastonet.
    I can't seem to access it anymore.
    It is used as a toeloop for toe props and wedges or as a non adhesive strapping for a replaceable pmp or planter cover. It may go by another name.
    I am based in Melbourne.

    Thanks,
     
  2. Bethy

    Bethy Member

    Hi Podtiger,

    It's called Lastonet (no E at the start) & should be available from Podiatry suppliers....just looked at the Briggate site & they have some.

    Beth
     
  3. podtiger

    podtiger Active Member

    Hi Beth,
    Thanks for that
     

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