The Shoe Boot Assist
is a new device designed to help people who have difficulty putting on and taking off footwear due to arthritis, limited or painful mobility. This helpful dressing aid eliminates the need to stretch down to the feet.
Just slip the gripper of Shoe Boot Assist onto the back of the footwear. Then step into the footwear, pull up on the handle to grip the heel counter while sliding your heel into the footwear. To remove footwear, place the boot jack on the heel and push down.
This shoe helper is easy to use, weighs just over 1 pound, and requires a minimum of gripping strength. The handle allows the fingers to work together to easily squeeze the handle. The gripper works perfectly with shoes, boots, galoshes and slippers. Seniors, people with bad backs, pregnant women, those with hip replacements, arthritis, or anyone confined to a wheelchair will find this long handle shoe assist will help make putting on shoes easier.
The Shoe Boot Assist measures 27.5 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 6 inches high. Simple assembly is required to attach the boot jack to the shaft.
Shoe Boot Assist Specifications:
- Dimensions: 27.5 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 6 inches high.
- Construction: Aluminum shaft, nylon handle and gripper.
- Weight: 1.35 lbs.