Works for Some Modifications
Flat. Wide. Flexible.
We recommend footwear that is flat, widest at the ends of the toes and flexible in the sole. The shoes in this category highlight footwear that may accommodate Correct Toes for some but not for others. For individuals with wide feet, these shoes will be too narrow to wear with Correct Toes.
The following modifications may need to be used for Correct Toes to fit inside these shoes:
1 | Remove Shoe Liner
Shoe liners take up extra volume inside shoes. Try wearing your shoes without the shoe liner.
2 | Re-lace
If you need more room across the forefoot try lacing your shoes 1 or 2 eyelets back to help expand the toe box.
3 | Modify Correct Toes
If your pinky is pushed out too far, or if your shoe is squeezing your pinky while wearing Correct Toes, you may cut off half of the pinky pylon. If this persists you may cut off all the pinky pylon.
Check out our Modifications Guide