Benefits

Great on the Ground

Flexyfoot will always maintain full contact with the floor, no matter what angle the walking aid is used at, providing improved grip and stability on all terrains, and in particular with slippery and uneven surfaces. The Flexyfoot rubber tread can also independently rotate through 360°, so full ground contact is still maintained even when twisting or turning around.

Gentle on the joints

Flexyfoot’s patented design works like the suspension system on a four wheel drive. The flexible bellows absorb shock each time the walking aid contacts the ground so that forces transmitted to the upper body through the aid are always cushioned.

Easy to Fit

Flexyfoot looks a lot smarter than a traditional ferrule and is much easier to monitor for wear and replace when necessary. When the rubber tread is worn down to the wear markers (similar to those of a car tyre), the bellows and integral rubber foot are easily screwed off from the Flexyfoot collar and replaced.

Flexyfoot is really quiet on hard surfaces (great for wooden floors), and the special rubber tread won’t leave marks on the floor, like traditional ferrules do.