Feel good when the “toes” are in place but seeing potential for long term realignment.
Correct toes combined with a pair of Altra Timp 1.5 running shoes have allowed me to start a new jogging hobby. After a compound fracture I suffered in 2001 I haven’t been a jogger. Since then my body has become very out of alignment and most recently have been down and out due to a bad case of Plantar Fasciitis on my “good side” foot. Correct toes have helped my toes open up and make me more rooted to the ground and the plantar pain is much less in the mornings, and I now jog! Thanks Natural Athletes Clinic for your top notch customer service, you made it easy to return the large Correct Toes and get the mediums which fit my feet perfectly!
I have bunions, which is not a good thing and I do not look forward to the day I am told I need surgical repair. After a little research on bunionectomy surgery, I came across an alternative to surgery, that could possibly help correct my bunion without undergoing the long recovery of a surgical procedure...Correct Toes! I, of course, was eager to give it a chance. I gradually increased the length of wear, which after reading many reviews I saw it was highly recommended to follow these instructions. At this time, my bunions have a long way to go, but the painful treadmill experiences have vanished! Thank you Correct Toes, you are highly recommended!
I bought my first pair of correct toes years ago (at least five) and ruined them by modifying them too much too soon (DEFINTELY wait, as they suggest!) At the time, my toes were so narrow from constantly wearing heels that the “webbing” of the Correct Toes would buckle up between my toes and I didn’t think this was normal. After giving up, I happened to buy myself a pair of flat, wide (because they were cheaper) riding boots and wore them almost daily to work as a teacher, on my feet all day long. After a few months of boot weather, I couldn’t fit back into my heels! My feet had started widening out to normal! I started wearing flip flops daily and my feet got even wider!
Enter Correct Toes again, two years ago. I bought a new pair in a smaller size and they hurt. I went back to mediums and wore them with a new pair of Lems, and y’all, I cried. I’ve never gone back.
I’m a special education teacher and wear these in Xero shoes with dress pants and Lems when we have jean days. And honestly, I wear cute narrow-toed heeled boots once a week and can get by because of how often I wear my Correct Toes.
I don’t know that my bunions will ever be gone, but I know that the only pain I feel at the end of the day is from the healthy, aligned workout my feet get all day long.
Correct Toes, you are amazing!!
For a long while, I had been feeling some pain in my knees. I thought it was because of playing football for 13 years and I was correct... kind of. After doing some research and meeting with a athletic trainer, I started learning about how the feet can cause pain in other areas. Years of harsh toe treatment in terrible football cleats became the clear perpetrator. I purchased several other "correct your toes" products but I felt no better. I learned about Correct Toes from a review of another product and decided to buy them because they were six times as expensive as the knock-offs. You get what you pay for!
My feet are feeling great and I knew they were working when I started to feel a bit of different discomfort in my knee. Sometimes discomfort is a good thing and in this case it's most certainly true. My feet are realigning and it caused my knee to do the same. The pain has gone away and my knee feels great!