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Correct Toes Modifications (Comprehensive)

Posted By Marty Hughes, DC

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Comments
July 04, 2016
Julie

Hello! I wear a women’s US size 6.5 to 7 shoe. What size of toe separator should I order?

July 04, 2016
Natural Footgear

Hi, Julie,

Thank you for your message. If you wear a women’s US size 6.5 to 7 shoe, you may benefit most from the Medium size, especially if your toes tend toward the wider side. If you order the Mediums and find that the Small may be more appropriate for you, we are happy to accommodate an exchange (provided you live in the United States). Please note that the Small size really is intended for children or individuals with extremely small feet and narrow toes.

Alternatively, you could order both sizes at the same time and then return the size that doesn’t fit as well for a refund.

Please don’t hesitate to email us with any questions about how to modify your Correct Toes (if need be). We are happy to help!

Kind regards,
Laura Trentman

October 19, 2018
Phil

Hi. I have bought Correct Toes. Do you have a French user’s manual? Thank you.

October 19, 2018
Natural Footgear

Thank you for your question, Phil. Unfortunately, we’re not aware of any Correct Toes manuals that have been translated into French. If you have any specific questions about Correct Toes, please do reach out to us by email and we’ll answer your questions as best we can.

Kind regards,
Marty Hughes, DC

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