Do you have questions about how to customize your Correct Toes or where to place your metatarsal pads? Great! We’re here to guide you with these simple do-it-yourself tips and modifications. See the list below.
Want to get the most out of your Correct Toes? Perfect! The following page explains in detail how to wear your Correct Toes and when to use them. This will allow you to achieve optimal toe alignment and foot comfort, plus boost product longevity.
Placement of metatarsal pads can be a tricky business. Ideally, the metatarsal pad will sit in the metatarsal/transverse arch, behind the ball of the foot. Click below for a step-by-step guide to ensure your metatarsal pads are perfectly placed.
Some podiatrists surgically correct feet to better fit conventionally shaped shoes. Here at Correct Toes, we would rather cut shoes to fit naturally shaped feet! Similar to making alterations to a new dress off the rack, footwear may need some nips and cuts to perfectly fit you. Use the following guide to walk you through common footwear modifications.
Correct Toes come in four sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium and Large. While these options fit many people out of the packaging, there may be additional ways to customize your pair. Modifications can increase comfort and allow for a better fit. Modifications are outlined in both PDF and Video format.
Whether you’re training for a marathon or lifting your first dumbbell, adaptation and time is a necessary step to allow for strengthening. If you are used to arch support and structured shoes, a slow transition to naturally shaped footwear will be necessary to allow the foot muscles to strengthen. Click to learn more about safe transition techniques.
Correct Toes are created with a small, open pocket of space within the 1st and 4th pylons. If you have a bunion, this cavity can gradually be filled with soft material to progressively push the big toe or 5th toe into natural alignment. Click to learn more about appropriate shim use and ideal materials for the job.