Bootees offer a new level of comfort

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

An innovative comfort slipper, originally designed for a much loved grandmother, is now available to all who suffer foot and ankle problems. The Molly Polly Bootee, named for Rachel Groom’s grandmother, has several features which the manufacturer says make it more comfortable and hygienic, with a higher level of protection, than conventional slippers. The design features and the quality of manufacture are the factors which, in the company’s view, more than justify the price of £29.99. The back of the slipper opens to allow access without pressure on any part of the foot. The back is fastened by a Velcro strap, ensuring a secure fit. A Velcro strap on the instep allows infinite adjustment for comfort and snugness. The Molly Polly Bootee is lined throughout with a thick fleece and all seams are exterior, to prevent chafing. The slipper is washable and the innersole is removable, if the foot condition dictates more frequent washing. The innersole can be washed in the evening and after a night on the central hea

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