Anatomical toe spacers designed by sports podiatrist, Dr. Ray McClanahan.
The only toe spacer that can be worn barefoot or inside approved footwear, while being active.
Spread Your Toes
Correct Toes help the foot rehabilitate from the negative effects of conventionally shaped footwear. The device, made of soft, flexible silicone, encourages the toes back into their natural alignment found at birth. With progressive and consistent use while active and weight bearing, toes align and feet strengthen, restoring your foot’s original position and function.
What Makes Correct Toes Unique
• Designed to restore original toe splay and alignment • Created by sports podiatrist Dr. Ray McClanahan • Made of durable and flexible medical-grade silicone • Naturally antimicrobial and hypoallergenic • Promotes balance and optimal foot and toe circulation
• Can be used in foot-shaped footwear for maximum corrective effect • Easily modifiable for unique feet and toes • Can be used on bare feet, over toes socks or in healthy footwear • Is a reasonably-priced alternative to orthotics or surgery • Designed to prevent or address many foot and toe problems
CORRECT TOES MAY BE USED TO HELP TREAT • Bunions • Hammertoes • Plantar Fasciosis (A.K.A. ‘Fasciitis’) • Neuromas • Hallux Limitus • Runner’s Knee • Shin Splints • Ingrown Toenails • Heel Pain • Corns • Capsulitis • Lower Leg Pain • Crooked Toes • Flat Feet • Sesamoiditis • Many others
Help prevent and cure foot problems without orthotics, medication, or surgery.
• Realign your feet back to their natural state. • Enhance balance and stability. • Increase your athletic performance and reduce injuries. • Naturally reverse the effects of damaging footwear. • Align your toes to optimize your gait. • Align your toes to eliminate bunions and crooked toes. • Strengthen your foot muscles so that your arch naturally supports itself. • Strengthen your foot muscles to withstand all types of weight-bearing activity. • Increase the strength and flexibility of your toes and foot.
Correct Toes come in four sizes: EXTRA SMALL, SMALL, MEDIUM, and LARGE.
**Important note: Everyone has a unique foot size and shape. The sizing chart provides approximations. Your true size is based not only on shoe size, but also your foot width, toe width and natural toe splay. If you are in-between sizes, consider sizing up if you have a wide foot. Your Correct Toes should not "bunch" between your toes—this would be a sign that they are too large. Your toe spacers should not pinch your toes, either. Toe spacers that pinch are too small. Correct Toes can be further customized for a variety of feet.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about sizing your Correct Toes!
OR Email usa picture of your feet standing alongside a ruler measuring footlength and width. We’ll direct you to the best possible size of Correct Toes.
30 Day Worry-Free Returns
We offer a 30-day-no-worries return policy for Correct Toes, with a 90-day materials warranty, if they split or break during use. You may also return Correct Toes within 30 days, even if they have been used or modified.
⚠️ Warning, Please be aware of cheap imitations which are not Podiatrist approved and are not Authorised Correct Toes retailers. These may do more harm than good! ⚠️
Can I wear my Correct Toes® while barefoot?
Yes! Correct Toes can be placed directly on bare skin.
Can I wear my Correct Toes® with socks?
Yes! Correct Toes can be placed over toe socks, or under traditional socks.
Can I wear my Correct Toes® within footwear?
When using Correct Toes within footwear, it is important to choose footwear that is flat and widest at the ends of the toes. At bprimal we only sell Correct Toes compatible footwear.
Are my Correct Toes®left/right specific?
Correct Toes are reversible! Each individual silicone Correct Toe spacer is identically created, they can be used on the right or left foot interchangeably.
Can I walk or run in Correct Toes®?
Yes! It's important that the shoe is widest at the ends of the toes to safely incorporate Correct Toes without pinching or rubbing. To test your shoe, take the liner out and stand on it. If any part of the foot hangs over the liner, then these shoes will not work with Correct Toes.