McAnallen Sock Aid

Put your socks on with ease!

The McAnallen sock-aid allows you to put on your socks in a seated position without needing to bend down and, it can be used with one hand. It is perfect for people with arthritis as well as lower back pain, limited mobility, post-surgery, elderly individuals, injury recovery, and heavily pregnant mothers.

The McAnallen sock aid helps you take back a little bit of your independence, saves you time and, the strap design can help improve your mobility. It is thin, flexible and can fit in seamlessly to your busy life!

At McAnallen we are all about the finest details. Every product is hand-stitched to ensure the highest quality. Partnered with our patent-pending technology creates a smooth, fuss-free application.

A product that reflects your personality and home, which is why the sock aid is available in a variety of colours.

Take back your independence

  • Personal to you
  • Easy to use
  • Innovative straps
  • Hand-stitched
  • Portable

How does it help?

Arthritis in hands can make it incredibly difficult to put on a pair of socks. McAnallen sock aid helps by allowing you to put on your socks with ease in a seated position, without needing to bend over. Plus, the straps are adjustable to use in a way that suits your needs best. You can slip your arm or hand into multiple sections along the straps.

Frequently asked questions

Does the product work for stockings?

No, the products works on socks only.

What foot size is the product for?

The product works best for Adult UK size foot size 4 – 9 , but it can work for feet outside of these sizes as well.

How do I wash McAnallen Sock Aid?

Hand wash or gentle wash at 30 degrees. Do not tumble dry. Dry with low heat.


Brand McAnallen
Material 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester Plastic, Recyclable Beads – Glass
Dimensions 25cm x 22cm x 2cm
What's included? x1 McAnallen sock aid
Origin Made in UK

McAnallen Sock Aid - Danes Blue

£28.95 inc VAT

Put your socks on with ease


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