Q: Are toe rings comfortable?
Absolutely. A good fitting toe ring will never bother you. You may even forget you're wearing it, just like a finger ring. The placement of the toe ring is important. The ultimate comfort zone is in the middle of the toe, just after the pad at the top of the toe and before the knuckle.
Q: Can I wear a toe ring with shoes?
Yes. Toe rings can be worn in any circumstance and in almost all shoes. As the toe ring has become more mainstream, we've seen them worn from beach to boardroom and everywhere in between.
Q: What is the difference between a toe ring and a finger ring?
A toe ring, properly designed, is very sleek and contoured. At Toejam, we have custom fit thousands of toes, and have learned that bulky finger ring styles are not comfortable on the toe.
Q: Do toe rings bend easily?
Only if the toe ring is clearly too large will it bend easily. If it is properly fit and worn on the middle of the toe - where it is not likely to touch the ground - it should never bend.
Q: Will I lose my toe ring?
Most people have a fairly large pad under their toe and can wear a toe ring 24/7 without fear of it slipping off. However, if you don't have a pad at the top of your toe, you should take it off when swimming.
Q: How do I get my toe ring on?
We suggest a quick spray of Windex to lubricate the toe so that the toe ring slides on easily.
- You should not be able to get your toe ring on or off without Windex.
- There should be approximately 1/4 size play between your skin and the ring. If you cannot spin your toe ring, it is too tight.
- After wearing your toe ring for a day or so, you should feel like nothing is there.
Q: What toe do people generally wear a toe ring on?
Either the right foot or the left - there is no symbolism. Generally, the second and the third toes are popular because they are the longest and most comfortable.
Q: What if my toe ring doesn't fit right?
Simply return it to us within 30 days for a different size.