Lower Extremity Review (LER) online magazine featured Bunion Bootie’s newest bunion corrector.
In October, LER helped to announce the new product release of the redesigned Bunion Bootie. As LER Magazine noted in both their print and online announcement, Bunion Bootie’s new design came from months of focus group testing, surveying, measuring, and analyzing user feedback to ensure maximum satisfaction to Bunion Bootie users.
“Here at Bunion Bootie we strive to deliver the very best in bunion support to its customers and in order to do that we often survey their customers to learn more about how Bunion Bootie meets, beats, or falls short of customer expectations. Over 92% of Bunion Bootie customers report that they have benefited from wearing the Bunion Bootie. Overall the only change that we heard from customers is that many found the toe hole uncomfortable. The toe hole was included in the original design per the suggestion of the medical professionals involved in the original product design but since the inclusion of the toe hole was only to prevent air bubble from forming, Bunion Bootie conducted a focus group with volunteer customers to see which design they preferred. Hands down, the toe-hole-less design prevailed, and thus the new design was sent into production.” [company representative]
As with the original design, the new Bunion Booties separate the big toe from the other toes to help reduce bunion pain and tension. They are still bacteria- and odor-resistant, ultra thin to avoid adding additional bulk in your shoes, and nearly undetectable in just about any shoe. We wouldn’t mess with their very best attribute.