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post #17326 of 54754

It's ok, Toby. I laughed smile.gif

 

At least we'll be ok if the heating fails and we need to build a fire ...

post #17327 of 54754
Plus you could do a nice cedar-smoked pork loin at the same time
post #17328 of 54754
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I ordered three pairs of these shoe trees from Endless.com - shipping cost was $5!

http://www.endless.com/dp/B001MHEA0G?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=09W0FXBVMAMSCYFEFHQC&pf_rd_m=AF16NM0QF9TKW&pf_rd_t=2901&pf_rd_i=3001&pf_rd_p=1325305562&pf_rd_s=right-1

If you would’ve ordered 4 then you could get the free shipping. Orders over $100 gets free shipping.
post #17329 of 54754

True. I don't mind taking the $5 hit on shipping though.

post #17330 of 54754
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

True. I don't mind taking the $5 hit on shipping though.

Have you used these trees before?

post #17331 of 54754

Not the Allan Edmonds trees but I have a very similar pair that I got some time ago from A Fine Pair Of Shoes.

 

Why do you ask?

post #17332 of 54754
The woodlore ones are great, don't worry. Epics for boots, the standard one for everything else.

(You'll struggle to fit the epics into most shoes unless they have a high vamp IMO).
post #17333 of 54754

Thanks, lachyzee. I've been using the other Woodlore shoetrees in my boots so I'll swap them out when the Epics arrive.

post #17334 of 54754
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Not the Allan Edmonds trees but I have a very similar pair that I got some time ago from A Fine Pair Of Shoes.

 

Why do you ask?

I am thinking of getting a few myself, and I was actually looking at Herring's shoe trees, which are a bit more expensive. This might save me a bit more money, but Made In China always give me pause.

post #17335 of 54754

If you're in Melbourne, I'm happy to bring in a pair and let you examine them for yourself once I get them.

post #17336 of 54754

I had to repair the only cedar trees I got from Herring with super glue. I doubt they were damaged in transit, the "knob" at the heel was loose and fell out when I opened the parcel, so I had to glue it back in. To be fair, could just be a one off, and I never chased them about it because it isn't worth the trouble.

post #17337 of 54754
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

I am thinking of getting a few myself, and I was actually looking at Herring's shoe trees, which are a bit more expensive. This might save me a bit more money, but Made In China always give me pause.

SF affiliate Cedarville sell USA made Woodlore shoe trees from memory.
post #17338 of 54754
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

If you're in Melbourne, I'm happy to bring in a pair and let you examine them for yourself once I get them.

Thanks for that Gerry.  I am in Sydney unfortunately.  I do believe that Mister Minit kiosk at Town Hall station were flogging the same trees for AUD$50 per pair.  I think it is just my own prejudice re Made In China.  I have a pair of Herring trees too, and I am rather fond of them.  For all I know, those might also be Made in China.

post #17339 of 54754
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post


SF affiliate Cedarville sell USA made Woodlore shoe trees from memory.

Do they ship to Australia?

post #17340 of 54754
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Originally Posted by deingesicht View Post

Do they ship to Australia?

Yep. Though there's some weird thing with the shipping where you order and then have to make a second paypal payment for the shipping. They are an affiliate so am sure they can answer all relevant questions. There's also a SF discount code in their thread I think.
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