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Toe Straighteners



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Sku: 45380
 (10 Reviews)

Shipping Weight: 
0.35 oz

Easily align crooked, overlapping or flexible hammer toes with Toe Straighteners. Elastic loops slide over crooked toes to gently guide them into place. Toe Straighteners encourage flexing and extension of toes to prevent fixation and rigidity. A soft cushion protects the ball of the foot and also ensures that the Toe Straighteners do not shift or otherwise fall out of place. Toe Straighteners are designed to suit all individuals' needs and are available in single toe, double toe and triple toe fits for both the right and left feet.

  • Straightens crooked, overlapping toes.
  • Helps keep hammer toes flexible.
  • Reduces rubbing between problem toes.
  • Soft cushion protects ball-of-foot.
  • One size fits most.

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I am in need of a toe straighter for a 3 year old. Are these truly one size fits all?

These are designed for use by adults. The single straightener measures 3" wide at its widest point.

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toe straighteners

marcia (Las vegas, NV)
Reviewed on Jan 7, 2016
work fine but do not last long for everyday wearers like me



MAUREEN (Santa fe, NM)
Reviewed on Aug 14, 2014
Love it


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Dolores (Worcester, MA)
Reviewed on Aug 5, 2014
This product was comfortable to wear, but I wish the band were wider, as it kept slipping forward or backward off the joint. I gave up after adjusting it five or six times. The band should be wide enough to cover more of the toe.

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