It's true that Correct Toes costs more than other toe spacing devices, and people often wonder why this is so. Here's why: Correct Toes is more than just a premium product; it represents an entire approach to foot care that upends decades of conventional foot care treatments. As such, it's a product that requires extensive educational resources to instruct users about its many applications, uses, merits, and nuances. Indeed, the time, effort, and resources that go into educating users about Correct Toes is substantial, and the cost of the device ($65) is what allows educators like us to continue creating the kind of free content, such as e-courses, blog articles, and educational videos, that empower people to achieve lasting foot health. Also, the Correct Toes company itself pours a tremendous amount of time, money, and resources into providing natural foot health education for users and health care practitioners.
We could, theoretically, still offer other, cheaper toe spacers on the Natural Footgear site, but we feel that this would be a disservice to our customers. Coming from professional healthcare backgrounds (chiropractic and naturopathy), we have an exceptionally high standard for durable medical goods and for what constitutes truly helpful footgear. We feel that we would be derelict in our duty if we offered our customers anything less than the absolute best when it comes to toe spacers. One of our main jobs, after all, is to qualify products based on their usability and effectiveness, to separate the contenders from the pretenders, if you will, and we take that role very seriously.
For those who still feel that the cost of Correct Toes is too high, we encourage you to think about it this way: Correct Toes offers you a method for preventing or addressing numerous toe, foot, ankle, and lower leg ailments without having to resort to some of the most common conventional treatment methods, including custom orthotics, injections, motion control footwear, and surgery. Custom orthotics and injections can run well into the hundreds of dollars (with no guarantee of a permanent solution), while motion control footwear, usually quite expensive itself, is ineffective in addressing the underlying cause of foot issues and only serves to further weaken the foot. Surgery, the most invasive possible approach, easily runs into the many thousands of dollars and may result in a long and sometimes painful recovery period. Compared to these conventional options, Correct Toes is a reasonably priced alternative.
To see how Correct Toes stacks up against other toe spacing devices on the market, we encourage you to read our post entitled Correct Toes vs. Other Toe Spacers. Additional information about Correct Toes can be found in our Top 10 Benefits of Correct Toes blog post.