Correct Toes - Toe Spacers

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The original silicone toe spacers! Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM created and clinically tested Correct Toes to help prevent and cure foot problems without surgery, orthotics or medication. Includes manual for usage and customizations.

Sold in pairs. Each package contains two toe spacers.

Correct Toes sizes are based on your standard US shoe size, not Softstar's unisex sizing scale.

Due to high demand, orders currently may not ship for up to 2-3 weeks. Thank you for your patience!

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Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM created and clinically tested Correct Toes to position the foot in the alignment nature intended. According to Dr. McClanahan, by allowing the foot to function naturally, foot and joint problems may be treated and avoided.

These flexible silicone toe spacers for shoes are a simple, comfortable, and affordable alternative to more complicated and expensive options for treating foot pain, including orthotics and surgery. Correct Toes are purported to reduce injury rates, improve athletic performance, enhance foot and toe strength and flexibility and decrease the likelihood of lower extremity osteoarthritis. This toe-spacing device may also improve proprioception and balance.

Common foot and leg problems that may benefit from the use of Correct Toes include bunions, tailor's bunions, hammertoes, heel pain, ingrown toenails, Morton's neuroma, capsulitis, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, runner's knee... and more!

Each box of Correct Toes contains two toe spacers. Correct Toes toe spacers are best used with wide toe box shoes, including almost all Softstar styles.

  • Carefully designed toe dividers place each toe in the correct position relative to the ground and to each other.
  • Designed to improve strength and flexibility of the toes.
  • Suitable for weight-bearing activities like yoga and running to promote strength and balance.
  • Constructed of medical-grade silicone to be flexible, comfortable and durable.
  • May provide better balance in athletes, Parkinson's patients, and the elderly.
  • Clinical studies using Correct Toes show decreased injury rates in athletes and increased performance (especially walkers and runners).
  • Correct Toes come with a 30-day trial guarantee and 90-day materials warranty.
  • Includes manual for usage and customizations.
  • FREE SHIPPING to USA.
  • Free international shipping when ordered with a shoe.

More Info

Correct Toes are a third-party medical product created by Dr. Ray McClanahan. The staff at Softstar Shoes is not qualified to give medical advice regarding their use or results. If you have any questions about the use of Correct Toes then we recommend sending an email to [email protected] or calling (503) 243-2699.

Correct Toes Sizing Guide

Correct Toes sizes are based on your standard US shoe size, not Softstar's unisex sizing scale.

Correct Toes Sizing

If you are between sizes then we recommend ordering the larger size.


Correct Toes and Softstar Shoes

We're proud to say that Correct Toes inventor Dr. McClanahan has been recommending Softstar shoes to his patients for many years! As a matter of fact, Dr. McClanahan even helped us test our Primal sole shape when it was in development. All shoes that are part of our Primal line are widest at the toes and are ideal for use with Correct Toes.

For our other shoes (made without the Primal sole shape), we have found that some work better with Correct Toes when ordered in a wide width. Below are our recommendations based on customer feedback, but please remember that the fit and comfort of Correct Toes may vary depending on the width and unique shape of your own feet.

These Softstar shoe styles tend to work well with Correct Toes in a REGULAR width (unless you normally wear a wide shoe... then order wide):

We recommend ordering these Softstar shoes in a WIDE width for use with Correct Toes even if you normally wear a regular width:


More Info

Correct Toes are a third-party medical product created by Dr. Ray McClanahan. The staff at Softstar Shoes is not qualified to give medical advice regarding their use or results. If you have any questions about the use of Correct Toes then we recommend sending an email to [email protected] or calling (503) 243-2699.

 

Correct Toes Manual
Click here to download the Correct Toes Owner's Manual

 

How to Wear Correct Toes

 

1. Start Slow!

Slowly and gracually wear them in increments of one-half to one hour per day and add an additional hour each day.

First wear them around the house and then eventually in shoes.

Best results are seen when Correct Toes are used both during physical activity and at rest.

Expect your feet and other parts of your body to feel different, perhaps even sore for a while as your toes realign to their natural position. If you have concerns, please see your doctor.

 

2. Wear Correct Toes in Shoes

Wear Correct Toes only in shoes that are wide enough in the toe box to incorporate them without rubbing on the foot (most Softstar shoes will accommodate Correc Toes, but this can vary depending on the shape and width of your foot).

 

Caring for Correct Toes

If your Correct Toes get dirty, simply wash them by hand with soap and warm water and let them air dry.

Correct Toes are constructed of medical-grade silicone for maximum comfort, flexibility and durability.

 

For more details on using and modifying your correct toes, check out this video:

 

More Info

Please note: Correct Toes are a third-party medical product created by Dr. Ray McClanahan at Nortwest Foot and Ankle. The staff at Softstar Shoes is not qualified to give medical advice regarding their use or results.

 

If you have any medical questions about Correct Toes or foot problems, we recommend contacting Dr. McClanahan's staff at Northwest Foot and Ankle directly: 503-243-2699 or [email protected]

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Going by shoe size I would fit the small Correct Toes, but I have short and very wide feet. Should I order the medium?

Yes, we recommend going up to the larger size. Correct Toes change by both width and length as you go up and down in sizes, but width is most important for them to work properly. It is also recommended to order the larger size if you are between sizes.