Monday, 12 December 2011


Finally, a bunion correcting product that will fit into any shoe! As seen in the photo, they appear like a second skin—smooth, thin and flexible.
The Bunion Bootie is designed to guide the big toe back into its natural position, thus improving gait and reducing bunion pain. It is important to note that they are not suitable for individuals with bunions that have reached a severe state of deformity.
I have ordered bunion booties to test and review, so tune in for updates. If you are anxious to give them a try and should decide to order before my review is posted—Bunion Booties are available online only for US and Canadian residents at a cost of US$39.95 each, plus taxes and shipping/handling (discount offer applies on purchases of more than one Bunion Bootie). For more information or to place an order visit
 Product Details:
  • Suitable for mild to moderate deformity
  • Not recommended for those with diabetes or poor circulation
  • Material made of woven nylon and polyurethane
  • Ultrathin, flexible, breathable
  • Provides a barrier to friction in shoes
  • Suitable for all-day wear
  • Heal strap ensures a no-slip fit
  • Customized sizing available
  • Hand-wash only
  • Made in Japan


  1. Do you have anything to report on this yet? There still seem to be no independent reviews of the bootie anywhere on the web, which makes me a little reluctant to buy.

    1. It is always best to seek out independent reviews before making a decision to purchase any product online or in stores; and you are right to be skeptical when you can't find one. Unfortunately, I have not yet received the booties for trial and review and I apologize for leaving you and many others hanging on this one. I will follow-up and let you know whether I will at all be able to obtain the product for review.