How to wear: Undo the velcro straps and put the heel of your shoe into the heel earther. Then fasten.
Tuck the conductive ribbon inside your sock. Good conductive contact is made by a combination of skin moisture or perspiration and body weight (if some of the ribbon is under your foot).
Materials: Long-lasting conductive rubber heel strap. Surgical grade stainless steel fibre within the ribbon. Velcro straps.
Earthing Outside: A moist or wet surface is better for earthing, as there are more free electrons in moist surfaces. Wet sand or soil is more conductive for earthing than dry sand or soil. Similarly, green grass is more conductive than dry, parched grass. Note: tarmac, asphalt and wooden flooring are not conductive for earthing as they insulate or stop the electron transfer from the earth’s surface to your heel grounder.
Warranty: This product comes with a one-year warranty on workmanship and materials. They may wear out sooner if worn regularly, particularly on abrasive surfaces like concrete pavement.