Robbie Extra Roomy
This soft, adjustable bootee keeps ankles and feet comfy and warm
This soft, adjustable bootee will keep your feet and ankles warm and supported. Cushioned underfoot for greater comfort, it opens almost to the toe so it’s easy to get on a swollen or bandaged foot. This warm-lined version offers extra warmth for feet that feel the cold.
Extra Roomy HH+ fitting
Available in sizes 6 to 13
No half sizes available
Hammer Toes and Swollen Feet
Strap Extentions available for this product
Robbie Extra Roomy
All mobility scooter, riser recliners, powered wheelchairs/chairs and beds are delivered using our engineer service. Our engineers will contact you to arrange a suitable day and time to deliver your product. Delivery is normally, 5-10 working days of your order being placed unless stated otherwise.
The engineer will assemble and install your product and provide you with a full demonstration. If the product is a chair or bed this will be placed in a room of your choice. The engineer will remove any unnecessary packaging and answer any questions or queries you may have,
VAT RELIEF DECLARATION
Note to customer You should complete the declaration if you are ‘chronically sick or disabled’ and the goods or services are for your own personal or domestic use. A family member or carer can complete this on your behalf if you wish. You can find out more from the Helpsheets on the GOV.UK website or by telephoning the VAT Disabled Reliefs Helpline on Telephone: 0300 123 1073. HMRC staff cannot advise whether or not an individual is chronically sick or disabled.
A person is ‘chronically sick or disabled’ if he or she is a person:
- with a physical or mental impairment which has a long term and substantial adverse effect upon his or her ability to carry out everyday activities
- with a condition which the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness It does not include an elderly person who is not disabled or chronically sick or any person who is only temporarily disabled or incapacitated, such as with a broken limb. If you are unsure, you should seek guidance from your GP or other medical professional.