Tired Of Bending Over When Putting On Your Shoes? Avoid Back Problems Forever Using the American Made 16 Inch Easy Grip Extra Long Stainless Steel Shoehorn. A High Quality Heavy Duty Metal Shoe Horn.
It is ideal for the elderly that need some assisted mobility or anyone that wants to avoid the hassle of putting on their shoes. It comes with a big round handle so that your whole hand can wrap
around it. This handle makes it easy for anyone to grip and hold. The Perfect Steel Shoehorn That Fits All Feet Sizes. Ideal for Assisted Mobility and Seniors. This is The Best Shoehorn for Seniors with Limited Bending Ability.
It's Stiff Enough That You Can Manipulate Your Shoes With it To Get Them on Comfortably. This 16" Long Metal Shoe Horn is Handy for People With Arthritis, Hip or Knee Replacement, and General Problems Bending or Reaching Down.
This Long Shoe Horn Makes it Easier to Put on Shoes Without Harmful Flexion of The Hip or Knee - Great shoe horn for Men, Women, Seniors, and the whole family - Great shoe horn for Boots - Simple Sleek minimalist design.
A wonderful product that is strong and does the job it is intended to do. Works well sitting down without having to lean over much. Has a strong horn that slips easily into the back of shoes and
boots, as my son used it for, and makes putting them on so much easier.
My son uses shoehorns to put his shoes and boots on so they go on quicker and easier than trying to wrestle with his shoes/boots every morning before school or activities. He loves this shoehorn and said that so far it works better than any others he has tried. His only complaint (and mine too) is that since the whole thing is metal, it does dig into his hands when he grips hard.
Otherwise a great product for a wide range of users - from daily help with shoes/boots to those with arthritis or difficulty bending over.
Rated 4.5 stars from this Mom and Son review team!
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