So I think I've become a little obsessed with the deformity of my feet... Its the standard squished toe thing, where the big toe is angled inward from a lifetime of cramped shoes. I stuffed some tissue between my toes to get them to a natural position and went for a run walk, and was astounded by two things... The first is how much my arch lifted when the big toe is pulled over where its supposed to be...and the second is how weak my foot actually is...after months of barefoot running I had thought my feet had regained most of their lost strength....but the reality is for me, that running barefoot with effectively a deformed toe position means that my feet have gotten stronger, but not in the right way. Also, toe push off is so much more when the toe is in the right place. So oddly, I think I have to wear an orthotic to fix the problem...Correct Toes....I just don't see any other way of getting the feet and arch muscles back as strong as they are meant to be with my toe position the way it is... Its amazing how something as simple as moving the big toe a centimeter inward changes the whole alignment structure from my big toe, to the ankle, knee, hip, and lower back...like moving that toe a centimeter to the right position has a compounding effect all the way up my skeleton. So I ordered some Correct Toes, and some Lems to wear to work, and will probably run in a very minimalist shoe for a bit that allows me to wear the correct toes while I run...I suspect that I will sorta have to 'start all over' with developing my foot and calf muscles with the toes in the right alignment. Has anyone used correct toes to reshape their shod life foot/toe deformity?