How to Maintain Your CORRECT TOES - The WEAR & CARE Guide

We know that when you purchase Correct Toes you’re investing valuable resources toward the health of your feet. While Correct Toes are made from top-quality silicone, there are several ways to properly wear and care for the product. The following tips will guide you through how to use your Correct Toes to get the most out of them.



The most important tip for preventing tears in your Correct Toes is to avoid over stretching the product. The areas between each pylon can be delicate and unnecessary stretching and twisting in those areas can wear the silicone down.



If you’re wearing a size that is too small, the product gets stretched in ways that it is not designed to withstand. Consider moving up a size and utilising our suggested modifications to ensure your Correct Toes are tailored to fit your unique feet.


Correct Toes Sizing Chart



Proper placement and removal of Correct Toes can help ensure maximum longevity of the product. It’s best to use two hands and gently rock the product into place. Avoid stretching and pealing Correct Toes as this can cause tears in the product over time.



When Correct Toes are worn inside shoes that are too narrow the product can buckle and wrinkle, leading to tears over time. We recommend choosing shoes that are widest at the ends of the toes, flat from heel-to-toe and flexible. Use the Shoe Liner Test to make sure that a shoe is wide enough to accommodate Correct Toes.



When you’re not wearing your Correct Toes, place them in the reusable bag they came in or a safe location away from pets and small children.



Correct Toes are made from a high quality silicone that is hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and safe for most skin types. They are easily cleaned with a quick rinse in soap and warm water. Air dry in a secure location.


The above content is for educational or informational purposes only and is not intended to replace or augment professional medical instruction, diagnosis, or treatment. Read the full Terms and Conditions & Disclaimer here.

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