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Cast Coverz Review

Broken arm got you down? Check out CastCoverz - the newest, most fashion-forward way to heal a broken bone back to health!


Broken Bones

It’s no fun, but tons of kids break bones doing all sorts of different activities. Whether you’ve got a broken arm, leg or almost any other body part, the good news is that doctors these days can fix you right up by putting a cast on the bone and giving it some time to heal. The bad news? Casts, which are made of wet plaster that’s dried until it’s rock hard, are not very cool to look it. That where a new product called CastCoverz comes in!


Cool Casts

CastCoverz are fun, colorful, stylish, fashionable slip tubes of fabric that you can slip right over your cast. They come in a bunch of different shapes, sizes, colors and patterns, so you can hide your leg, arm, finger or pretty much any other type of cast quickly and easily. Plus, CastCoverz can be removed just as easily, meaning you can switch up the look any time you like!


Covered Customers

The CastCoverz website tells the stories of some pretty happy customers, like this guy:


"I absolutely love the cast cover! I have been getting a lot of compliments and questions about where I got the cast cover (in Pink Grunge) from. The cast cover really lifted my spirits! I was able to enjoy my weekend … without worrying about my big, ugly cast being on display. Thank you very much for your product."


So head over to our friends at CastCoverz.com and check out all the cool ways you can cover up your ugly cast!


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