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Bending over to put on your shoes can be a nightmare for your back, hips, and knees. Luckily, using the best long shoe horn for boots makes it easy. Ideal for those with limited mobility, long shoe horns make slipping into boots a breeze—no matter how sturdy or high-cut they are. Shoe horns also protect shoes from damage caused by tugging and yanking. Here are the best long shoe horns for boots to make your daily routine easier.
This 21.5-inch shoe horn for boots is hand-carved from a single piece of phoenix tree wood. Sleek and handsome, it is appealing, sturdy, and lightweight—which means you can take it with you when traveling. This long shoe horn for boots has a loop at the end of the handle for easy storage on a hook.
Made of pro high-tech plastic, this 24-inch shoe horn for boots is both practical and durable. It features an extra-wide hand grip, which is slightly tilted to provide the perfect angle for slipping feet into shoes. This long shoe horn for boots is ideal for seniors and for people with mobility issues.
Functional and simple to use, this shoe horn for boots is 24 inches long and is ideal for those suffering with achy backs and knees. Made from durable plastic, it comes with an easy-grip handle for people with mobility issues. It can also be hung on a hook.
This shoe horn stands out from the pack because of its adjustable handle, which can be extended from 16 to 31 inches. Stainless steel with a black slip-resistant handle, this long shoe horn is both appealing and durable. It is suitable for all shoe types, from boots to slippers, and features a flexible spring paddle that provides maximum control while you put on shoes.
This set of two extra-long, 24-inch shoe horns for boots are made of long-lasting plastic. The handles are wide enough to grip with the entire palm, allowing maximum control when putting on shoes.
This Comfy Clothiers long shoe horn for boots is thicker and heavier than most shoe horns, making it a great option for those who want a long-lasting product. Measuring eighteen inches, the shoe horn is made entirely from stainless steel and has a smooth finish.
This sixteen-inch shoe horn for boots is made from chrome-plated stainless steel. It is sturdier than other options. Plus, the handle is extremely comfortable and has a hole for easy storage on a hook.
Made from stainless steel, this fifteen-inch shoe horn for boots is extra-smooth, with no sharp edges to damage your shoes. The paracord handle is comfortable and comes with a loop so you can store your shoe horn on a hook.
While the basic shoe horn shape doesn’t vary, these dressing aids do come in different lengths, with long shoe horns best suited to boots. Here are the main benefits of using a long shoe horn for boots.
Shoe horns come in different shape variations, sizes, and materials. Let’s look at some aspects to consider before investing in a long shoe horn for boots.
Traditionally made from silver, bone, and even ivory, today long shoe horns for boots are usually made from steel, plastic, or wood. While steel shoe horns are the most durable, if used appropriately, wood and plastic shoe horns can also last a very long time. Steel shoe horns are also smoother than shoe horns made of other materials.
While long shoe horns are perfect for putting on boots, you should still consider your height when selecting your dressing aid. Long shoe horns generally vary from 15 to 31 inches. Extendable options are great for multiple users. Keep in mind that the longer the shoe horn, the less portable it is.
While more durable, long shoe horns for boots made from steel are heavier that those made from other materials, such as plastic or wood, and are therefore less portable and more difficult to use.
For those with impaired mobility, simple tasks such as dressing and undressing can be a struggle. From dressing sticks to sock aids, let’s look at products designed to make dressing easier.
Specifically designed for those with back and knee problems, dressing sticks feature variously shaped hooks for pulling up pants, shirts, and other items of clothing. Usually made from plastic or wood, dressing aids can double as traditional grab sticks.
Designed to help those with limited manual dexterity remain independent, most button hooks come with two steel ends—a loop to hook buttons on one end and a hook for pulling up zippers on the other.
Elastic shoe laces can transform any pair of lace-up shoes into slip-ons. No-tie shoe laces are easy and quick to install and fit most shoe types and sizes.
Essentially plastic shells with handles, sock aids are as simple as they are ingenious. Simply slide your sock over the shell, place your foot inside the device and pull on the handles to slip the sock on your foot. This device also works with stockings.
If you struggle to put on your boots without straining your back or putting pressure on your knees, try a long shoe horn for boots. Designed to help you glide your feet into boots, while also protecting your heel cups, a shoe horn will make your daily routine easier.
With the threat of pulled or overtaxed muscles, failure to invest in the proper groin support could cost you weeks of recovery. Luckily, the best groin support will provide compression to protect your muscles as well as reduce the risk of further damage. If you’ve experienced that nagging pain in the upper thigh, or are looking to get the best protection for your workout, check out the braces on this list.
If you’re suffering from a headache, it may be a struggle to concentrate on anything but the throbbing in your temple. Stay on top of your pain by taking advantage of a hot or cold compress for headaches. As the compress reduces inflammation and relieves aches, it can also increase blood flow for quick healing.