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Shoe Trees for Trainers? And maintenance storage?

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Do you keep driver's from Tod's and the like, with shoe trees? Based on my rough calculations, I could have almost bought a pair of discounted Edward Green for the price of the cedar I've accumulated...

Bonus question: Where do people keep their shoe shining gear? I'm currently using an old Nike box, but have a replacement on the way. Once again, suggestions for cleaning up the clutter in my life are appreciated.
post #2 of 6
I have a coffee table that is solid with 4 large drawers. I use one of the drawers for my remotes and one for my shoe shine gear and one for my sewing gear (darned Borrelli shirts are always needing buttons resewn on).

Perry
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Do you keep driver's from Tod's and the like, with shoe trees?

I do. Seem to do better with trees. I keep my shining gear in a EG shoe box. I like the shade of green it has.
post #4 of 6
Tod's and the like always need shoetrees. I even have shoetrees in my Converse John Varvatos sneakers.
post #5 of 6
I even use shoe trees in some of my sneakers, but I'm a little odd
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It feels therapeutic to admit that I also have shoetrees in a pair of trainers(sneakers). Like a guilty weight lifted off my shoulders!

However, if I buy too many smarter shoes and therefore temporarily run low on trees, the trainers are the first shoe to be swapped out.
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