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Can anyone recommend good shoe trees for the Olfe and Rui lasts? I just got a pair of each and am leaning towards the Hanger Project Ultra trees but am unsure of the fit. I am looking for decent quality trees around $30/pair.
post #3662 of 10973
Gyasih:
How much wider, enough to stick with my regular size?
Edited by OzzyJones - 12/13/12 at 8:26am
post #3663 of 10973
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Originally Posted by MCanavan6 View Post

Can anyone recommend good shoe trees for the Olfe and Rui lasts? I just got a pair of each and am leaning towards the Hanger Project Ultra trees but am unsure of the fit. I am looking for decent quality trees around $30/pair.

Have you tried the shoe trees from Jos a Bank? Their best promotion is 3 pairs for $25 (buy one get two free) If the name bother you, you can just unscrew the name plate.
post #3664 of 10973
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

Have you tried the shoe trees from Jos a Bank? Their best promotion is 3 pairs for $25 (buy one get two free) If the name bother you, you can just unscrew the name plate.

I have not, I did not figure Jos A Bank to have quality anything much less shoe trees. I'll have to check them out.
post #3665 of 10973
The medium Jos. A. Bank shoe trees is almost as lasted trees in my UK 7 C&J 348's, well worth the money.
post #3666 of 10973
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Originally Posted by MCanavan6 View Post

I have not, I did not figure Jos A Bank to have quality anything much less shoe trees. I'll have to check them out.

I'm fairly certain they buy the trees from a major shoe tree supplier. I like them better than my AE shoe trees. (they are not finished, just regular cedar, which I like)
post #3667 of 10973
Woodlore to be precise.
post #3668 of 10973
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

I'm fairly certain they buy the trees from a major shoe tree supplier. I like them better than my AE shoe trees. (they are not finished, just regular cedar, which I like)

Any idea how they fit an Olfe or Rui last?
post #3669 of 10973
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

I'm fairly certain they buy the trees from a major shoe tree supplier. I like them better than my AE shoe trees. (they are not finished, just regular cedar, which I like)

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Originally Posted by Christian B View Post

Woodlore to be precise.

Both the same.
post #3670 of 10973

Can anyone with experience with AE's #8 last help me out? If I'm a 7.5 in AE, what size would I be in Meermi's Olfe and Hiro lasts?

 

I did email Meermin, but they suggested a size based on the length of my foot, and my high instep forces me to size up. Unfortunately, I have really fat feet.

post #3671 of 10973
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

Both the same.

To clarify I like that the JAB trees are not the combination shoe trees, they are the full.
post #3672 of 10973
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Originally Posted by MCanavan6 View Post

Any idea how they fit an Olfe or Rui last?

Unfortunately I have no experience with Meermin (though I hope to soon!)
post #3673 of 10973
Still stuned by that new group buy MTO! I am counting down the days till delivery ;-)
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

To clarify I like that the JAB trees are not the combination shoe trees, they are the full.

Also to clarify. Allen Edmonds and JAB shoe trees are made by the same manufacturer, Woodlore.
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

Gyasih:
How much wider, enough to stick with my regular size?

I had the same size in both, I just had to stretch the New Rey, width-wise. Remember everyone's experience could be different.
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