Soft gel Toe Straighteners help to reduce toe and foot discomfort from hammer toes, claw toes, overlapping or crooked toes. They ease the irritation between toes that rub against each other; gently relieves pain from bunions, plantar fasciitis, hammer toes or other foot problems; correct bone, tissue & cartilage misalignment. They help to stimulate circulation, improve balance and increase foot strength. The gel is infused with silver ion antimicrobial, antibacterial and deodorant. The tin design allows you to wear the toe straighteners comfortably with most shoes. They are washable & reusable for both men & women. One size fits most.
Frequently asked questions about the Toe Straighteners
How long does shipping take?
We ship every day. Most orders are sent the day we get them. However, we are at the mercy of Australia Post or the different couriers that we use after that. This can vary from a few days up to a week or so and obviously more during the festive season and at other specific times. We do try our best to get them to you as quickly as possible.
Are the Toe Straighteners washable?
Are these Toe Straighteners firm or soft?
They are soft, so are comfortable to wear in shoes due to the softness and flexibility.
How long should you wear the Toe Straighteners for?
You will need to wear them for long enough to fix the problem. Everyone is going to be very different. Some will “correct” more quickly than others depending on the nature of the problem and how flexible it is.
Should I use the toe straighteners or the toe corrector?
To correct the toes, you can use either the above toe straightener or the toe corrector, or you could try both.
There is a slight difference between the toe straightener and the toe corrector and which one you choose might be determined by the nature of your problem and how each one will affect that. You can see the difference between the two here:
I have seen these for a lot cheaper elsewhere
Don’t forget our prices include 2 pairs and shipping.
See our articles on:
Toe Spacers – useful or not?
Correct the toes: ‘Toe Corrector’ or ‘Toe Straightener’?