Ortopad® Bamboo Boys Racing Flames, 50/box *DAMAGED*

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Ortopad® Bamboo Boys Racing Flames, 50/box *DAMAGED*

SKU: 21010

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The boxes are slightly to moderately damaged, however the patches inside are intact and sealed. Available while supplies last. Items may come repackaged in a different box or bag. All sales are final, not available for return, refund or exchange.

Now made with a soft, natural bamboo fabric! Click here for more information on bamboo patches. 

50 individually wrapped patches per box 

5 designs: Racing Flames, Astronaut, Motorcycles, Soccer and Construction.

Sizing Suggestions:

  • Junior size (2-5/8" x 2"): Ages up to 2
  • Medium size (3" x 2-1/8"): Ages 2 to 4
  • Regular size (3-5/8" x 2-1/4"): Ages 4 and up


Soft, breathable bamboo material with hypo-allergenic, latex-free adhesive. The inner gauze area is soft with a black inlay to help shield the eye from light.


Junior size (2-5/8″ x 1-31/32″ or 67 x 50 mm): Ages up to 2
Medium size (2-63/64″ x 2-1/8″ or 76 x 54 mm): Ages 2 to 4
Regular size (3-11/32″ x 2-5/16″ or 85 x 59 mm): Ages 4 and up

Application Instructions

Cleanse skin thoroughly with mild soap and water. Be sure skin is completely dried.

Remove patch from outer wrapper, and remove paper backing.

Place patch directly over the eye socket, with the narrow part toward the nose and the wider part toward the temple.

Shipping & Returns

Standard shipping is free via USPS First Class Parcel Service. Delivery takes approximately 3-5 days. Expedited shipping is available via USPS Priority Mail for a flat rate of $25.00, taking approximately 2-3 days.

Damaged boxes are not available for return, exchange or refund.

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Find an activity to help occupy your child during patching time. This helps to take their mind off their patch and focus on a more enjoyable task, and also helps with strengthening the eye that is not being patched. Visit our Information for Parents page for some suggestions.

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