Shoe Boot Assist - Discontinued
Shoe Boot Assist works perfectly with shoes boots, galoshes and slippers.

Shoe Boot Assist - Discontinued

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The easiest way to put on and take of footwear!

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  • Rubber-lined one-size-fits-all gripper won't slip or damage footwear.
  • Molded handle for comfort - easy grip with only a small amount of grip strength needed.
  • Lightweight and strong aluminum shaft makes it easy to lift.
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.
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My father has left sided weakness due to stroke and found this item impossible to use.
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Reviewed by:  from Al. on 2/4/2016
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Difficult to Use
I found the shoe assist difficult to use and too light to grab the back of the shoe so I could get my foot in my sneaker. I have a brace I wear and it was too difficult to use your shoe assist on the left or right of the back of the shoe. The grab piece is hard to keep steady.
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Reviewed by:  from Westfield, MA. on 11/6/2015
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Purchased and was using. Unit fell off table and broke handle. I sent a message asking if the there was a replacement part. No response was received so ultimately it was thrown away as it wasn't usable with broken handle. I can say it was helpful before it broke.
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Reviewed by:  from arkansas. on 4/18/2017
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collector
Very helpful, cut's down on bending my knees while putting on shoes and boots, thanks!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from L.A. CA. on 7/23/2016
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dancer118
at first i said here we go again nothing helps me ....but this did work....i might use it my way but it works, good material used, sturdy, love it.
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Reviewed by:  from wp, ny. on 10/22/2015
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