Stan’s loves Correct Toes!
Designed by Dr. Ray McClanahan, DPM, Correct Toes are made from soft, flexible silicone and encourage toes back into their natural alignment. With progressive and cumulative use while active and weight bearing, toes align and feet strengthen, restoring the foot’s original position and function.
(Correct Toes are sold as a pair)
Learn about the development and reasoning behind Correct Toes, also learn how to better modify and customize your pair.
Increase product longevity and decrease wear with these simple steps.
Use the following links to jump to specific modification types within the video.
1. Too Much Pinky Spread – 1:06
2. Correct Toes Sliding Off – 2:15
3. Bunion + Tailor’s Bunion – 2:58
4. Too Tight on Toes – 3:53
5. Hammertoes – 4:25
6. Corns – 5:11
7. Webbed Toes – 6:02
8. Large Size Modification – 6:40
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.
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 regardless of the ‘Correcttoes.com’ marking.
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.