Best place to buy shoe trees?

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  1. Flambeur

    Flambeur Senior member

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    Online or offline, what's the best, cheapest place to pick up 10+ quality shoe trees?
     


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    Nordstrom / Grapevinehill
     


  3. Francisco D'Anconia

    Francisco D'Anconia Senior member

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    +1 I usually buy them at Nordstrom Rack for $13. Sometimes they go on sale for $10.

    Or you can order them from CT. They're on sale now for only $49, "discounted" from the original $70. [​IMG]
     


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    zarathustra Senior member

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    +1 I usually buy them at Nordstrom Rack for $13. Sometimes they go on sale for $10......


    +1

    They always carry them, and they are of good quality.

    SDF
     


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    +1 I usually buy them at Nordstrom Rack for $13. Sometimes they go on sale for $10.
    The nordstrom rack models are Rochesters, fwiw, though probably seconds.
     


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    another vote for nordstrom rack. $12 and work perfectly.
     




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    Thomas Senior member

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    Try a shoe forest.
     


  11. HomerJ

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    Do people prefer the solid ones or the ones that split and expand?
     


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    Do people prefer the solid ones or the ones that split and expand?

    I prefer the solid ones as long as they aren't stretching the shoe out of shape. I also prefer the ones with the wider heel piece as the smaller split toe models are thinner in the heel and don't fill the entire back of the shoe.

    I just picked up these from a local store:

    http://www.cedarshoetree.com/shop/pr...products_id=47

    They fill the heel much better then the split toe Nordstrom's I have.
     


  13. Flambeur

    Flambeur Senior member

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    Ok now I have some ideas..

    I need to buy like 10 at least for my nicer shoes and don't wanna spend a fortune..

    $100-130 for 10 would be ideal, $30 per pair is a bit much.
     


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    And I've purchased from Zelikovitz too
    +1.
    I recently bought 3 pairs from them on eBay, and now have to wait 6-8 weeks before the shipment reaches me [​IMG] ...
     


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