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post #91 of 102

Good day everyone!

 

Did Muji still carry any shoes tree now? If yes, is it only available in ION store? 

 

If there is any mass order going on, please do count me in.

 

Thanks.

post #92 of 102
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Originally Posted by mradult View Post

Good day everyone!

 

Did Muji still carry any shoes tree now? If yes, is it only available in ION store? 

 

If there is any mass order going on, please do count me in.

 

Thanks.

I believe the one at Marina Square still does.

post #93 of 102
just fyi last time around it was so difficult to find those muji trees in sg, on the other hand jakarta muji seems to never run out of stock and also they sell for much cheaper, i think 33 sgd with current conversion rate. so yeah if any of your acquaintances frequent jakarta you can ask them.
post #94 of 102

Hi guys,

 

I'm not sure if you're aware, but Amazon Global ships to Singapore for free if the total purchase reaches US$125.

Last month, I got a couple of pairs of Allen Edmond cedars shoe trees (these specifically http://bit.ly/1icx7IZ) along with some other stuff and had it shipped here for free.

Just make sure you tick the Amazon Global Shipping eligible box after you make a search.

 

 

- Dave

post #95 of 102
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Rochester-Red-Cedar-wood-Shoe-Trees-wooden-6-PAIRS-/290546238627?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&var=&hash=item43a5e7c4a3

This seems to be the best deal I can find out there. About US$157 shipped for six pairs. IIRC, Rochester is the OEM for Alden and others.

The amount local cobblers charge is hilariously exorbitant. S$65 for one pair?!
post #96 of 102
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Rochester-Red-Cedar-wood-Shoe-Trees-wooden-6-PAIRS-/290546238627?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&var=&hash=item43a5e7c4a3

This seems to be the best deal I can find out there. About US$157 shipped for six pairs. IIRC, Rochester is the OEM for Alden and others.

The amount local cobblers charge is hilariously exorbitant. S$65 for one pair?!


The Amazon link I posted above costs 24USD only a pair though.

post #97 of 102

Didn't notice that, my bad. It's around the same price net I guess.

post #98 of 102

Late to the party but just came across this thread so just sharing. Got a pair and seems to be unbranded Woodlore epics or oem. Wood has the characteristic cedar smell, red hue and knots, so I reckon its genuine Cedar.

 

http://fitetflair.tictail.com/product/mens-twin-tube-cedar-wood-shoe-tree-pair

 

post #99 of 102

Hi, thanks for sharing the amazon link! Based on this site:

 

How do you choose the size in the amazon site as the drop down for size is 'small' to 'xx-large'. My shoe is 41.5 what should I choose?

post #100 of 102

I noticed that all of the guys on SF prefer to get them from overseas in mass orders. Are there any advantages compared to local retailers? Just curious as it seems to be a trend among the style-conscious.

 

I need to get about 20 pairs as I will be displaying some shoes for GSS this year. Saw this review over at this Hardwarezone thread http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/fashion-grooming-235/shoe-tree-owners-come-4221489.html#post101758852 recommending some local retailers.

 

Has anyone ever been to ed et al to take a look at their shoe trees? Are they aesthetic? What about these shoe trees over at ShoeTree Singapore and OhThatShop? How are they different from those that you have imported? Need some urgetn replies as sales period is coming!

post #101 of 102
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I might be interested in about 5-10 myself. Let me count the number of shoes I have which are suffering from ikea plastic shoe trees and get back

Hate them

post #102 of 102
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Originally Posted by likehotbutter View Post
 

Late to the party but just came across this thread so just sharing. Got a pair and seems to be unbranded Woodlore epics or oem. Wood has the characteristic cedar smell, red hue and knots, so I reckon its genuine Cedar.

 

http://fitetflair.tictail.com/product/mens-twin-tube-cedar-wood-shoe-tree-pair

 

M8 this is your shop right? Are you local?

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