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Increase In-Flight Comfort With Your Own Foot Rest

by Susan Finch

Jan 24, 2020

You can also stay connected, even at 35,000 feet. Alitalia offers WiFi and international roaming services, active on select aircraft. The WiFi service is complimentary up to 10 MB; the international roaming services are subject to charges.

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Ever stepped onboard a long-haul flight and cringed at the site of your seat? You might envy short people who have ample room to spread out, but they have their own unique brand of problems. Dangling short legs off a seat for hours is less than ideal, especially if lower back issues are also involved.

 

You can optimize your comfort in flight with the help of a few handy footrest options that are easy to use, discreet and affordable. There’s not a lot of variations on the market, but there are two reliable options to keep you more comfortable.

 

Hammock Footrest

The hammock footrest is an easy way to get relief on a flight with minimal set-up. Bring along the Sleepy Ride with a firm board bottom and memory foam that keeps your feet gently in place. Set it up in less than a minute by clipping the strap over the tray table in front of you. Then adjust the height to fit your comfort.

 

Inflatable Footrest Cushion

An inflatable travel footrest pillow stores easily in your bag and blows up in just a few minutes. Inflate it to the desired firmness and prop up your feet to relax. Although it takes a little more work than a hammock footrest, it’s also more adaptable. Slide it under the workspace in your hotel room or use it as a passenger in a rental car for a more comfortable ride.

 

A footrest may not change the fact your seat is too cramped and your legs are too short, but can offer more comfort. Stay hydrated, stretch your legs and arrive at your destination a little more refreshed.

 

 

 

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