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About Cluffy, LLC

Cluffy, LLC is based in Polson, Montana and we market an insole called the Cluffy Lux Step. This is manufactured in Rhode Island. This is the premier insole for people that have plantar fasciitis and most other types of foot pain.

The Lux Step insole was launched in 2019 as a retail product. Prior to this, Cluffy created and sold the patented Cluffy Wedge mainly to medical accounts and specialty insole retailers. The Cluffy Wedge is a small piece that goes under the big toe. These products were developed by Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Dr. James Clough. As of December 2022, more than 1.5 million pairs of the Cluffy Wedges have been sold. After many years of customers requesting an insole with the Cluffy Wedge from us, the Lux Step insole was patented and manufactured to eliminate foot pain.

Lux Step features
The Lux Step insole is the revolutionary solution for foot pain relief because it includes the patented Cluffy Wedge. It is easy for you to sell once you understand the benefits. If your customers are having foot pain, this is a very affordable and reliable solution to help them.

Where is the Lux Step insole made?(Required)
The Lux Step was designed by a foot and ankle surgeon.(Required)
The Lux Step shoe insole is based on innovative patented technology by Dr. Clough after 30+ years of clinical practice.(Required)

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Top Three Frequently Asked Questions from Customers

u003cstrongu003eHow do I clean the insolesu003c/strongu003e?

Simply use a damp cloth and mild detergent to wipe the insoles off. Do not submerge them in water, as they are not waterproof.

u003cstrongu003eWill the insoles require a break-in period before they are comfortable?u003c/strongu003e

You can wear the insoles all day right away, but you will be moving your foot much differently than you are used to, and this may create some temporary discomfort. This will resolve fairly quickly once the plantar fascia ligament stretches to its correct length. 

u003cstrongu003eHow long do the insoles last?u003c/strongu003e

We recommend wearing the insoles daily, and most customers get about 8-10 months of normal wear out of a pair. If you exercise frequently, you may need to replace the insoles more often.