Men's Soft Wide Adjustable Slippers
Product Features of Silverts Slippers :
- Fluid Barrier Advantage - Great for Incontinence and Protects from Spills & Smells
- Wide Width - Terrific for Swollen Feet or Ankles
- Slip Resistant Soles - Helps Prevent Potential Slips and Falls
- Adjustable Easy Touch Closure - Accommodates Different Levels of Swelling
- Quality Footwear - Super Comfortable
Great mens wide slipper. Men's adjustable slippers with a hook and loop fastener offers a great fit. Silverts Easy Touch Closures make footwear adjustable and easy to put on. Its antimicrobial fabric technology* inhibits the growth of microbes that cause odor and fabric damage and fluid barrier feature is great for incontinence and protects from spills and smells. Slip resistant. Washable. Great for rehabilitation center, skilled nursing facility, home care and long term care facilities. Roomy for swollen feet and ankles are great for patients in hospitals, post surgery, nursing home patients residents and retirement homes.
*Garments featuring antimicrobial technology do not protect users or others against bacteria, viruses or disease organisms. Always follow all best practices for infection prevention.
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Find Your Perfect Fit
The primary measurement for finding an accurate size is length. Selecting the wrong size can compromise stability and foot health.
How to measure length:
Measure from the heel, to the big toe. Add a 1/4 inch or about 1 cm to this measurement and compare to the size chart. This will provide wiggle room for comfort.
How to measure width:
Measure the width of the widest part of the foot
How to measure circumference:
Measure around the widest part of the foot. Either wrap a measuring tape or take a string and mark how much is needed to wrap around the foot, comparing to a measuring tape or ruler to get your dimensions.